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Archive for March, 2022

PEACE

Posted on: March 31st, 2022 by Lorna McMahon

Peace! Let us all pray for peace. This new pattern is designed to inspire peace. Peace in our lives. Peace in our minds. Peace in our hearts. But mainly, to inspire PEACE in Ukraine. I made both styles of blocks – white background and white doves – and used the test blocks to make these […]

Duck Duck Goose table runner

Posted on: March 27th, 2022 by Lorna McMahon

Spring has sprung here. And lately I have been getting all kinds of inspiration by simply LOOKING UP! This table runner was made using the new Duck Duck Goose pattern. This pattern comes with instructions for both a lap quilt, using full sized blocks, and this runner, using half sized blocks. Quilted horizontally, these guys […]

Economy Fox Birches

Posted on: March 25th, 2022 by Lorna McMahon

Remember back when I shared my finished Economy Fox Birches quilt? You can find it HERE. The pattern comes with many options and one of them is the Fox peeking out of the birch trees. I enjoyed piecing the tiny version of the Fox face and choosing fabrics for the birch trees. This time I […]

Baby Animals

Posted on: March 20th, 2022 by Lorna McMahon

Welcome SPRING!!! Time for new BABIES. Baby Animals and Baby Humans! This quilt blends right in with nature. Baby Bunny Baby Chipmunk Baby Mouse Baby Squirrel The backing is made from solids and the quilting is my usual organic wavy lines using beige thread on top and in the bobbin. My Baby Animals quilt finished […]

I Avocado do you?

Posted on: March 19th, 2022 by Lorna McMahon

Welcome SPRING!!! What a gorgeous day for a drive and a photo shoot. Took my freshly finished Avocado quilt for a quick trip out of town to this old bridge. The road is till in use, but the bridge is blocked. The backing is made from the same background fabric from the front, flanking a […]

Shoo Fly don’t bother me

Posted on: March 14th, 2022 by Lorna McMahon

This little play on the traditional Shoo Fly quilt block has my HEART. I think it’s partly the fabrics I chose and partly the FLY. Used to have way too many flies on the farm. But these flies are rather adorable. Hey LOOK!!! I recovered my ironing board with a board! I quilted using white […]