I think that this is my favourite, lots of bright colours, mostly from Bonnie & Camille for Moda. Log Cabin, my way, no dark side, just brights and white.
The giveaway quilt has the binding sewn to the front.
I am now halfway round hand sewing it to the back.
Last night I was late coming in from the garden so whipped up a fridge bottom pizza, in fact I made 3, the extra is in the fridge and will make either a fast lunch or dinner tomorrow. Very tasty and soooo economical.
There is no peace for the wicked they say and Ben has just told me in no uncertain terms that he NEEDS a walk, RIGHT NOW.
I hope that you all had as good a weekend as I have. Until next time, It will be the big 500.
Love your patchwork, pizza looks scrummyReplyDelete
It was delish, I had company who managed 1 and a slice of mine! I was so full after 3/4 that I struggled to move.Delete
Gorgeous Quilt, I love the bright colours, Bonnie and Camille do some fabulous fabrics. Your pizza looks delicious. :-)ReplyDelete
When I was buying fabric from the US I found a site that sold their collections at a very good price. Since the postal charges escalated, and the limit for importing dropped it is too costly. Never mind the fact that the PO charges me for the privilege of driving to collect my parcel.Delete
I love the colours on that quilt and I love moda when I get any xxx just beautifulReplyDelete
Moda is my go to fabric of choice, but only at sale prices.Delete
Such beautiful quilts , the colours are divine . Hope the weather is sunny and warm xxxReplyDelete
Thank you, at the moment the forecast is for good weather, fingers crossed that it happens.Delete
Fabulous quilt, I love the colours.ReplyDelete
I can't afford 'brand name' fabrics though (sigh), I don't do too badly though from charity shop finds.
In my last 2 years at work I stocked up on fabric that I loved from the US, all at very reduced prices, some less than half price. Even with postal and other charges it came in much cheaper than buying in the UK. Then the "powers that be" reduced the value that you could buy before paying VAT and increased the postal charges and increased the handling fee. So I began hunting out bargains here and more than doubled my usage of upcycled and vintage fabric. I have never been lucky enough to fine new fabric in the Charity Shops though.Delete
The quilt is beautiful and the pizza looks very tasty too. Isn't it lovely to have a relaxing weekend :)ReplyDelete
It is, the sunshine helps and we should have this for the rest of the week. Rain should come in Thursday night/ Friday morning and I will not mind at all as the soil is very dry.Delete
We woke up to a mist and rather dowdy here but I'm pleased to say the sun has decided to come out to play and it's gorgeous outside. I think you are using the right colour for binding it is pretty. Pizza looks great and very appetising, Mr B makes ours, he's a good cook and baker, his lemon drizzle cake could hold its own amongst the WI lol. I love your energy and wish I had half of it, how is the ear now, clearing up I hope.ReplyDelete
My ear is completely cured now thank you, oh my, lemon drizzle cake, yum yum. My friends opposite cake me a huge slice of Coffee and Walnut cake yesterday, it went down well wit tea and a dvd.Delete
Hi Pam, how goes it? Your quilts are always cheerful, and these are no exception! Enjoying good weather over here in Norfolk still, thinking about a trip across to the caravan in Wales soonish. ( I will only go when the weather warms up!!) LxxReplyDelete
Lynne from Norfolk, Come On Down. The weather is fantastic, dog walking in a tee shirt at 9.00 am weather. I am neglecting the house but we have some rain forecast on Friday so will blitz then. I am so glad that I moved here.Delete