Monday, May 9, 2016

Book Review and Giveaway | Crafted Applique

Happy Monday! Today I'm reviewing a new book with an interesting new applique' technique!



 The book is Crafted Applique - New Possibilities by Lara Buccella, and it offers

a new idea for the iron on treatment for your fabric pieces! The book explains everything you need to know for this new technique...no more fusible webs or glue sticks! It's a great way to have no-fray raw edge applique!

 
This close up of this beautiful daisy hot pad shows how effective the technique can be at eliminating frayed edges from your applique.

And...in order to celebrate the release of Lara's new book...Lara is offering a copy to one of my readers.

Just leave a comment about your number one sewing goal for this summer (since it's right around the corner), and I'll choose a winner Wednesday evening.

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

UPDATE: Congrats to KarenM who is the winner...I'll be emailing you!


174 comments:

Karen M said...

I am thinking about adding two Christmas quilts for my grandsons to my long to do list. I must be crazy. That new applique technique sounds intriguing.

Loris said...

This looks like a fun book and I would love to learn her technique!
My number one goal would be to do the quilting on a double wedding ring quilt that I made years ago. I do machine quilting and finally found some designs I like. I bought some curved rulers so hopefully I can just get brave and make it happen :-)
Thank you for the review and the sweet giveaway!

Afquilt said...

I want to whittle down the WIP list :)

cjmont said...

i would love to try this technique. my goal is to finish 1 ufo per month, so far i am a little ahead of schedule, yayy me.

quilter said...

I would like to finish the 6-7 projects I have started, lol.
cork@pa.rr.com

DebraKay Neiman said...

I love applique and want to make my raw edge applique better. crystalbluern at tds dot net

Linette Greene said...

This seems to be the year of the baby quilt for me. So far I have made and gifted six baby quilts, and have two more to do by the end of the summer--a tree themed quilt and a purple butterfly themed quilt. I have chosen a pattern for the butterfly quilt but not the tree one yet. I have a quick whale or elephant quilt to do quickly..may cheat and do applique whale on prequilted fabric for that one, throw on a prairie point border and call it good.

I also have several largish UFOs I would like to finish--I have an oversized queen that needs six borders put on (two of them pieced) and I have two more blocks plus borders for a qal from last year that will be a largish lap.

I also am attempting to keep up with the Splendid Sampler.

Margaret said...

Hmmmm. I think my goal is not to begin any new projects until I have completed all the UFOs. But the new ones are always so tempting! (So wish me luck, please).

Glynette said...

What a fun & adorable book. Perfect for summer stitching.

gailss said...

I always make so many plans then feel a bit let down when the time lapses so think this summer there will be one big project that I have been wanting to do...a "Log Cabin" quilt and then enjoy some smaller projects and yes....I love applique and might do a bit this summer.

LJ said...

I'm fascinated by the magical method of applique that Lara has developed; can't wait to know the secret. This year I'm concentrating on my UFOs. I made of list of 13 UFOs (I hate to admit I have even more!) and have completed 3 and begun work on the 4th. The 3 projects slated for this summer are: Christmas stocking for our newest grandbaby, and 2 beach towels for another 2 grands on which I do some embroidery work. That way, I'll have those items done BEFORE Christmas! LOL

Florence Burton said...

I would like to finish quilting my two Christmas tree skirts that were suppose to be gifts for last year.

Lace Faerie said...

I love appliqué! Trying new techniques is always fun! Thanks for the chance to win!

NancyA said...

My goal for the summer--finishing up the quilt I made for my son using his old Air Force uniforms.

terriquilts said...

My goal for the summer is to finish some more of my UFO's. I keep saying I won't start anything new until I finish some of them, but new projects are so tempting!

Vicki in MN said...

I am just trying to get as much done as possible to be able to hold a craft sale at my house again.

Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio said...

My goal is to finish the mountain of UFO's I have piled up for over 10 years!!!

Lara B. said...

Thank you so much Sherri for reviewing my book. You are so kind to have done that!
I really do hope that Crafted Applique' will open up more creative possibilities for everyone with applique' quilting.

I'm not trying for the giveaway, LOL obviously, but my summer goal is to create and write a really great pattern and tutorial for Sarah's Christmas in July Blog Hop at Confessions of a Fabric Addict!

kupton52 said...

My mom passed away last year...she left 12 older tops unfinished. I've just started longarming in March 2016 and have quilted 4 of them. My goal for this summer is to finish the rest of them and give to my 3 daughters, a few cousins and Mom's last surviving sister.

Jane Thomas said...

I am going to make a Death Star quilt for my son-in-law. He is a big star wars fan. Also my niece is having her second daughter in the fall so I am making her a baby quilt. Thanks for the book giveaway. I would like to learn her new way to applique.

barbara woods said...

i just want to finish these 4 quilts i am working on this month! Would love to win

sunny said...

I've been working on a Grandmother's Fan quilt, and I'd like to finish it this summer. I plan to applique the borders, so this book would be a wonderful prize!

Brenda Hotinger said...

I love applique and like to try new techniques. My number 1 goal this summer is to make my son's graduation quilt since he is graduating tomorrow and I haven't started it yet. I do have the fabric though.

anna brown said...

less UfO's and my closet of projects cleaned out..... happyness04431@yahoo.com

Joan M said...

I love to appliqué and I'm interested in this technique. Thank you for the chance to win.

KathyinMN said...

#1 goal quilting wise is to finish quilting a top I finished two weeks ago. I want to try something new on it though, so am finishing up another quilt so I can practice on it before quilting the other one. Exercise wise I'd like to get my hip feeling better so I can add some distance to my running. Quilting is keeping me sane through this process. This appliqué method is intriguing to me. Love the samples showing up on this books blog hop.

Kathy E. said...

I've been wanting to play with the Dresden Plate design for a long time, but just haven't made myself do it! So, once school is out, I am going to lock myself in my sewing room and hop on it! I've heard it's easier than it looks, so we'll see! (Loving Lara's applique!)

Catskill Quilter said...

It is always great to learn more applique methods! This summer I have to finish 1 or 2 big bed quilts! I am also slowly working on a Brinton Hall quilt; I hope to make more progress.

Daytona Damsel said...

My number one goal for 2016 is learn new techniques so I guess that would be my summer goal as well. I learned needle turn applique in February and I think this would be a great technique to learn as well.

Allison CB said...

I am finishing up my Christmas in July projects this week (yup...sure I am....LOL) and trying to get the Christmas quilt that I started for my sister five years ago done!!!

Susan Smith said...

My goal is to finish a quilt for my nephew's wedding gift!!!

Kay said...

My #1 goal is to get back to & finish a basket quilt with a large flower appliqued down the side. Can't wait to finish it.

Laura said...

I really want to make quilts for my six wonderful grandchildren during the summer.

Monica said...

I would like to do a quilt with paper-piecing and applique.

Mae Long said...

I'm going to make a quilt for my Daughter and finish some WIPs!
fabricstasher24@gmail.com

Quilts By Laurel said...

My number one goal for this summer is getting my daughter's Minecraft quilt finished! I made her younger brother a Spiderman quilt a couple of years ago, but I've never made one specifically for her. Bad mom!! :)

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

My #! goal is to finish a baby quilt in time for the arrival of my first grandbaby :-) We know it's a girl so it's pink, pink, pink!

Helen L said...

I need to finish the quilts that I made for Christmas gifts this year: it's the actual quilting that slow me down!! :-) Hugs, H

Susie'sfun2 said...

This book looks fantastic and I can't wait to see how it's done. I have several table runners to do and they do require applique. These will be for our fall church bazaar. I would love to learn this method and tell my sewing guild about it as well.
I do love reading your blog.
Smiles, Sue

Sandra Jantzi said...

This book looks like a great resource for applique. My goals this summer are to try something new each month and to practice my machine quilting.

Martha C. said...

My #1 goal is to make a camping related quilt and make it quickly! I have been wanting to make one because my husband and I love to camp. I would LOVE to have that book to get started on my quilt!

SHALEEN said...

I hope to finish at least 1/2 of the quilt alongs I am currently doing. That would be 5 minimum.
basketgrams@hot.rr.com

Mie said...

I'm working on a Oh My Stars quilt and need to get a move on. I would love to learn about appliqué as I have been avoiding it for some time.

Karen Dobbs said...

My number one sewing goal for this summer is to work on projects that are already started and hopefully some new ones, too. Thanks very much for the giveaway and your wonderful designs!

Monica said...

I would like to design a paper piecing project this year.

Jackie Papallo said...

My goal for this summer is to finish a baby quilt for my new great niece. She is a month old already and I'm still piecing the top! Priorities!

Ann said...

My applique quilts never look that good so a new way to make them would be very welcome. I tend to avoid applique and I've just started a new quilt today - with none of that technique in sight!

Dody said...

I have two quilts to finish and some summer garments to make. And I want to learn how to applique. I've dabbled with it, but need to do more research and practice.
Dmac5958ataoldot.com

Marilyn said...

This summer will be focused on baby things for the first grandchild!

Sewbig said...

Hope to finish a few of the projects I've started.

Sylvia Anderson said...

Looks like a must have book and that hot pad is gorgeous. I'm working on bridal shower for one granddaughter and a new baby gifts for another one. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. lv2bquilting2@comcast.net

HeatherK @ A Reformed Heath'n said...

My biggest goal this summer is to finish 2 trek quilts to memorialize my kiddos trek experience in June.

Phyllis Moats said...

I plan to have my Christmas gifts completed be the end of summer

Louise said...

Hm, I don't really set goals by season or month. I just work on what calls me. But since I'm supposed to be on a fabric buying diet I guess my goal is to keep using up my stash!

Katie Cohagen said...

I'm hoping to get a few quilts and decorations made for my baby boy on the way in September!

GabiP said...

Looks like a great book! My number one goal this summer is to finish 3 major UFO projects. I'm determined for them to be completed by Aug 1! Fingers crossed!

Anita said...

I would like to design my own quilt!

Karen said...

I am hoping to get a tshirt quilt for my daughter done for her birthday in July. I am also hoping to make some cute mini Christmas stockings from a Moda kit I have had for a long time!

Janice Holton said...

Very leery of learning applique as it doesn't sound fun but if I win this book that makes it much easier, I might try it! Applique quilts are definitely beautiful.

Sandi James said...

Finishing a quilt for my sister

Sandi James said...

Finishing a quilt for my sister

Sandi James said...

Finishing a quilt for my sister

Nancy said...

Just received Kathy Doughty's new book mixing Quilt Elements and I want to make at least one block from each project. Stretch my mind a bit.

Karen said...

My goal is to get back to my hand quilting. I have had carpal tunnel surgery on both hands .

Mariac0215 said...

My goal this summer is finish a lap quilt for my husband!
Thank you for the giveway!

Margaret Lippert said...

I want to plan at least one sewing retreat with my sister, her daughter, and my two sister-in-laws. We all quilt or do some sort of crafty, sewing projects. We did one last year and it was a good way to spend time with family, but not be so concerned about food and what time to be where. I also have a trip to China in the works for nearer the end of July. Looking forward to that.

Kathy said...

I have a London theme quilt that I want to finish this summer

Melody Lutz said...

Free motion quilting as much as I did last summer for the first time ever. Summers are slow quilty days, too hot, but a trend I expect to soar!

Melody Lutz said...

Free motion quilting as much as I did last summer for the first time ever. Summers are slow quilty days, too hot, but a trend I expect to soar!

Lisa Marie said...

I like to get a bunch of Christmas gifts sewn up early so I will be working on those this summer.

Noreen said...

My number one goal is to get done an appliqué top that is scaring me to no end!
Noreentrotsky@gmail.com

Heather Sebastian said...

My sewing goal for this summer is to complete a patchwork blanket for my daughter I've been working on for the last year :)

heatheranne99 at gmail dot com

Linda said...

HELLO,I'd love to finish up my 2 charity quilts! Thanks for sharing!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

ytsmom said...

I just want to get something done! My sewing mojo seems to have left me!!

karmyl said...

I am always afraid of fraying after all the hard work of cutting pieces. I am anxious to learn the secret! My goal is a Woodland Critters quilt for my son. Thanks for the chance.

Betsy said...

Sherri we have many new teaching guidelines so during the summer I need to finish quilting the gifts I want to give at Christmas since I will not have time during the week

Norma Stout Morgan said...

I want to start a family tree quilt for my daughter Willow. One side wilt an apple tree. Each apple a person in her family. Then try to re-create the family farm in the other side.

Renea said...

I love applique so this book looks really like something I would love. I plan on getting two baby quilts made this summer. A friend of mine just had twins!! Thanks for the great giveaway.

shannon miller said...

I am hoping to catch up on The Splendid Sampler by the end of the summer. My son was in ICU for several weeks and I got quite behind. I really want to get caught up.

Patty D from NC said...

I've a wedding gift quilt to assemble by end of summer.

Lee said...

I am going to finish an Eagle Scout quilt for my godson!

Karen said...

Besides finishing and quilting 2 more baby quilts (finished one last night), I would like to stay caught up on the many BOMs and QALs I have started this year!

Audrey said...

My goal is to finish my niece's wedding quilt before her wedding day! I am doing well with it so, at this point, the quilt should be ready by July 9th.

Jo Anne Hawks said...

I have an appliqued quilt that just needs a bit more applique added to the border. I has been waiting for a long time and I would like to finish it and put it on my bed.

Paige said...

Get back to some UFO's!

Mary Roberts said...

To begin the Hawaiian shirt quilt for my husband. I drafted the pattern 9 months ago but have not worked on it since.

Susan Clakson said...

I want to knock out some of my UFOs.

Lori said...

I would like to finish some WIPs. Thanks for a chance to win. Looks like a great book!

Bonnie58 said...

I have three quilts on the go at various stages. My goal is to finish piecing them, get the backs put together and off to the LAQ to get quilted so that I can finish the binding this fall. Thanks so much for sharing

Deb E said...

My goal is to use up scraps! I'd like to incorporate applique with it and do a quilt just for me.....thank you for the giveaway!! Deb

Bailey said...

I love the front cover! Absolutely adorable! Hrobbins422 at yahoo.com

Unknown said...

My major goal is to make a wall quilt for our granddaughter who is attending Murray State in Kentucky. The quilt will have lots of appliqué on it. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

Kathy said...

My goal is to be more creative and to find my own style.

Sharon Rhudy said...

My goal for the summer is to quilt the tops I pieced this winter and start on a Judy Neimeyer quilt.

Kathy's Korner said...

I hope to complete a "little houses" quilt and finish up my Sunbonnet Sue quilt. Thanks for the chance to win Lara's book.

OhioLori said...

My number one thing to do this Summer, is to finish a quilt I started before Thanksgiving..for Grangirlie! Am also teaching her to sew...and we are working on a simple Throw size quilt for her...will have more time with here when school is out! YAY! :)

Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way!! :D

Jean said...

Since I have been only sewing again for 6 months my goal for the summer is to just make make make!! whatever my heart desires and hopefully finish them!!

Vjquilter said...

My number one summer sewing goal is to start and finish a quilt that my brother-in-law asked me to make for him about 5 years ago!

lauraluvsloons said...

My summer goal is to finish a Lori Holt quilt for a quilt show in October.

Teresa Stanulis said...

I want to sart a new Christmas quilt for my family!
tstanulis@verizon.net

Susan Stanton said...

My number one sewing goal for this summer is a table runner for my neighbor's son who is getting married in July. This young man has been so helpful to me numerous times. I hope his bride will like it.

Barb N said...

Summer sewing goal is to make table runners for all the tables at my daughter's wedding. I'm thinking I should get started . . . .

Needled Mom said...

I hope to sew more with the grandchildren while they are out for summer. I think this applique technique will take off like a wildfire.

KaliaContiki said...

Quilt and bind some of the dozen or so tops
I have. I hate the basting process so I'm planning on just doing it once and getting 3 or 4 ready for the summer. At least that's my plan.

patricia ludwiczak said...

I am determined to hand quilt my newest quilt top and be happy with the results!

alicuz quilts said...

My summer goals are To quilt my patriotic quilt and finish my medallion mystery quilt . Thanks for the chance.

June D said...

Sewing goal for the summer is to keep up with my monthly projects and to also finish the binding on the two quilts that are waiting to be finished! Thanks for the chance!

nlafosse said...

I want to make more quilts for Veterans. I belong to a Bee and we made our first one last month. Can't wait to see the new applique book I love to applique. Thanks for a chance to win.

gabriella said...

I would like to just get some time to quilt this summer, with the kids off from school it's a little hard. I tend to work on embroidery in the summer because it's portable

Little Quiltsong said...

I need to get my 7 Row Along Quilts, quilted, finally and handed out to all that I made them for. They are just too large for my little sewing machine to handle, and so they have been waiting......! I have finally started on my first one :)!

Quilting Babcia said...

My number one goal is to complete the handquilting on my husband's quilt so I can get the wedding quilt I'm working on into the hoop.

Linda Duncan said...

My number one goal is to finish a quilt I am making honoring my late mother.

Judy Whitfield said...

My number one quilting goal is to finish a 4th of July quilt...in time for the 4th of July!

Suzette said...

I am absolutely, positively going to finish my Orca Bay mystery quilt. I have all the components made-just need to put it together. It is my longest running WIP and I want it done!

Christy said...

I have already made and gifted 13 quilts this year. I plan on slowing down and enjoy living on a lake this summer. My quilting goal for the summer is to make my grand-daughter a quilt for her first birthday!
I am new to applique and thank you for the opportunity to win a book that would teach me!

sam said...

I have 3 WIPs I am going to finish this summer before i start another large quilt. I just ordered Lara's book. Can't wait to receive it.

Suellen Franze said...

My goal for the summer (which is pretty short here in Rhode Island!) is to make a bed-size quilt to KEEP. I did that once and ended up selling it. I loved it enough to make it again.

Claudia said...

I have a quilt that I promised my son. It's only halfway finished and I must manage the rest by summertime!

Sharon J. Hughson said...

I want to finish a commission quilt I have on my plate right now.

legato1958 said...

I would love to finish a RW&B quilt for the 4th of July. I have had the kit for several years now.
Susie

Gene Black said...

I have a lot of quilt work to get done, but my goal is to finish a few more pieces of clothing made from my handwoven fabric. They will go in my very first gallery show of my weaving.

DebraKay Neiman said...

My number one goal is to continue to organize my sewing supplies and finish some of my UFOs. crystalbluern at tds dot net

Kathy H said...

I have a quilt to make for my sister in law so want to get that done before I visit.

Rebecca said...

I have to take all the quilting out of a queen size quilt that was quilted with a decorative machine stitch....
No fun at all at all!
this book looks like it would be fun though as a reward when I get it done.

Susi said...

Hello and Happy Day! I am excited - just picked out the next project - a view of the Hawaiian coast. Had the fabrics for over 10 years and using this new method - will make this quilt!! (Yep - couldn't wait and ordered my book the first day it was available). Have a blessed day!

JudyC said...

I am hoping to control my time this summer and get some Christmas gifts done a litle earlier than I usually do.

skturg said...

I am newly retired and plan on finishing an applique quilt I started in 1983! And I still love it so it is on the top of my (huge) stack of UFO's!

Bonnie said...

Finish a specialty quilt I started 2 years for my now graduating daughter:/

Cindy Dahlgren said...

My goal for the summer is to finish the four UFO'S I have, and to quilt at least one finished top a month. A very lofty goal, but I may as well go big! Cdahlgren at live dot Com

Cindy Dahlgren said...

My goal for the summer is to finish the four UFO'S I have, and to quilt at least one finished top a month. A very lofty goal, but I may as well go big! Cdahlgren at live dot Com

Sandy Lowery said...

My goal for this summer is to make myself a bag using Japanese fabric.

Nann said...

I've joined the One Monthly Goal linkup at Red Letter Quilts, which is how I found out about Lara's book and the blog hop. My May goal is a baby quilt which features, ta-da!-- applique. I've worked out the design, cut the fabric, and now I have to sew it.

Nancy said...

My goal this summer is to finish the last 10-15 blocks I need to do for The Farmer's Wife quilt. I think that I have left the hardest ones to the last, but I'm sure I can get them finished if I put my mind to work. Wish me luck>

Josie McRazie said...

Finishing my Son's quilt (that I started 3 years ago) and finish the quilt I have started for my dearest friend. (Sometime in the middle of training for my first marathon!!)

Dondi Murdock said...

I am making 4 quilts to take to China to four former graduate students my husband and I taught there for their weddings in September. After I get back, I want to get three more quilts done before the end of the year. So much to do! I love it!!

mary said...

I am whittling down my boxes of scraps. I have two quilt tops almost finished and will practice machine quilting on them. Thanks for your posts on using scraps.

judyquilts said...

I have several UFOs which I hope to finish this summer. It's a busy summer, so not sure how many I will complete.

Rilene said...

My #1 goal is to finish a few UFOs! And I'd like to make my sons quilts.

Sherry said...

My number one goal is to keep plugging away at my UFO's. I have so many projects I would like to complete so that I can give them as Christmas gifts this year.

Cindy Mizer said...

I want to finish a quilt for my daughter's best friend who is getting married this August-that is my main goal.

Linda said...

I have several small/lap size tops that need to be basted and quilted. That is my goal for the summer.

Alesia Rapkin said...

I love applique but shy away from some projects because of the fray. Looking forward to learning her techniques!

Alesia Rapkin said...

I love applique but shy away from some projects because of the fray. Looking forward to learning her techniques!

L. Jones said...

My goal is to try a new quilting style,and it's improv.pretty scary to a perfectionist.

BeachQuilter said...

I'm getting so many UFOs done this year, but I want to make myself a tote bag tailored to what I want in a tote bag...I'm about 3/4 done!

L. Jones said...

My goal is to try a new quilting style,and it's improv.pretty scary to a perfectionist.

Jennifer Fulton Inquiring Quilter said...

My number one goal right now is to improve my home machine quilting. I've got a quilt ready to be quilted but it's larger than a lap so I'm still thinking about a good plan of attack.

ritainalaska said...

I had five quilts quilted at my local quilt store ... i'd hoped to have them squared up and finished off by now, but have only the binding on on one, and it's not tacked down. so, that's my summer plan - finish those quilts! [i'm so curious about lara's special applique technique!]

Brenda said...

My number one sewing project for this summer is to get my kitchen chairs recovered! Thank you for this opportunity to win this great book!

Kathy said...

My number one goal is to at least get started on a quilt I want to make for my best friend. I have the pattern and fabric, just need to get going!
kakingsbury at verizon dot net

Cyndi said...

I have struggled with appliqué for years! I've tried many different techniques and haven't settled on one strategy that makes me happy. I'd love to read this book and embrace a new technique! Thanks for the generous offer.

JanineMarie said...

My number one goal is to make a quilt for my niece and soon-to-be nephew for their wedding present.

Joye with an e said...

Finish two quilts (the tops are waiting for long-arm quilting), then quilt some tops I finished recently, and use some more scraps for more tops.....it doesn't stop, does it?
joyecox@yahoo.com

Janan Doster said...

I have three quilt tops that are "almost" finished. I really hope that I can get them finished and to the machine quilters this Summer.
I also have a "Guild" Challenge that I must get completed.

Judy Zoll said...

My summer goal is to get my stack of small quilts quilted and bound. All I seem to be doing is adding to the stack!

Cheryl B. said...

It is, seriously, to finish my first appliqué quilt, Bloom!

OPQuilt said...

(I don't think it's Wednesday yet over there, so I'm leaving a comment.)

Good morning from Switzerland! It's a rainy Wednesday here, but your daisy project on your blog is good cheer enough. I'd like to throw my name in the hat to win this book, as I'd love to learn a new way to do applique!

Thanks for this, Sherri--
Elizabeth

Krista Wells said...

My goal is to finish up my WIPs so I can start some new projects in the fall. Some of them have been hanging around way too long. Kristawells at nl dot rogers dot com

Nancy said...

My number one sewing goal for the summer is to get my sewing room cleaned up and to organize my fabric. It has become such a mess that I find myself avoiding my sewing room.

Nancy said...

My goal is to get my sewing studio finished so I can sew!

Kristine said...

To actually finish something!

Linda Schabelski said...

Make some cute summer dresses for my granddaughter

Razzle Dazzle Quilter said...

My number one goal is to finish the appliqué quilt I am working on. Perhaps this book could help?

Linda

Julie said...

My goal this summer is to begin to finally quilt my many tops and have handwork ready for enjoying the summer trips and enjoying the summer weather. This technique sounds intriguing. Thank you for the opportunity to win a book. Julie

patty a. said...

I have multiple t-shirt projects to get done this summer. One arty piece and several t-shirt quilts for graduation presents.

Liz said...

My goal this summer is to pick one work in progress (WIP) and stick with it until it's done! The trouble is all these great bloggers with all of their great ideas....whew....hard to keep up!!

Rommy van Houten said...

My goal for this summer is to Fins a Nice pattern for my daugthers quilt

Linda said...

This summer I want to finish my spell it with Moda beach quilt!

Bonnie58 said...

Beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing

virgdale said...

I am working on an English paper piecing project.

allthingzsewn said...

My number one goal is to supply guilts to various nonprofit organizations that helps others.

Camille Mendel said...

Thanks for sharing. My number one goal is to get my client quilts done and then catch up on some BOMs. Camille@focus20.com

Sandy Lowery said...

My number one sewing goal for this summer is to finish two quilts tht are flimsy's at the moment. One is an ?Easter table topper and the other is a blog hop wall hanging.

slowery@shaw.ca

Emily said...

Hmmm, I have a lot of goals, so I'm not sure what to call number 1! I'm doing a mystery quilt and I'm way behind; I'd like to be caught up by August.

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