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Friday, March 13, 2015

We're having a quilt sale

Although we love the quilts we create here at the shop, it isn't real practical to keep them all.  So we have decided to pass a few on to a good home (for a very reasonable fee of course).  Please stop in or give us a call (801-465-9133) if you see something you like.

Call or stop by today (March 13) and receive an additional 10% off the price listed!

This is a beautiful wall hanging made from a Buggy Barn panel.  Becky decided to enhance it with hours of embroidery work.  It measures about 30" x 40".

Price: $175.00

 A little better view of some of the stitching detail.


Some fun packages to wrap up in.
Measures 47 1/2" x 64"
Price: $150.00


More packages.  These are a slightly larger scale.  This quilt has a luxurious minkee back.
Measures 56" x 65"
Price: $145.00



A Walk Through the Park
Measures 69" x 82"
Price: $225.00


Star table topper
Measures 36" x 36"
Price: $30.00
SOLD

Girlie Garden
Measures 46 1/2" x 49 1/2"
Price: $125.00
SOLD


Barn Chicks
Measures about 62" x 62"
Price: $200.00

Chicken detail


Chevrons with Daisy - This one is quilted with Quilter's Dream batting for an extra comfy feel.
Measures about 60" x 70"
Price: $$155.00





Thursday, March 5, 2015

Fresh fabric

We have added some fun, fresh fabric to the shelves for the $5.55 sale tomorrow (March 6).  Please stop by and check them out.  Here is a sneak peek at a few of them.



We have selected fabrics for the March mystery quilt.  Some are shown below.  Others will be added.  Becky has a Spring/Easter theme in mind.  Give us a call to make sure you're included (801-465-9133).



Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Welcome Spring - February mystery quilt



 The fabric collection we are using this month reminds us of some of our favorite Spring things - Cadbury mini eggs and marshmallow peeps.  (Perhaps our list of favorite things should be re-evaluated.)  Really though, the colors and patterns are soft and reminiscent of Spring and the renewal of life that accompanies it.  With a little time and effort it will become part of your Springtime celebration.  Enjoy!



Sew the strips together in sets of two along the length to create 18 sets.  Press.   


 We used the 6½ inch triangle square up ruler from Quilt in a Day to cut the triangles.  (We have created a template if you don’t have the ruler.)  Place the 6¼ inch line (or the bottom of the template) on the bottom of a strip set.  



Trim both sides then place the 6¼ inch line on the top of the strip and cut.   


Continue alternating in this fashion to cut 8 triangles from each of the strip sets.   


Notice you have 4 triangles with one fabric dominant and four with the opposite fabric dominant.  You will use two of each to form the quilt block



Sew four of the triangle sections together to form a quilt block.  Pay attention to the placement of the triangles.  


Repeat to create 36 blocks.   

Arrange and sew the blocks into rows of 6.  

Sew these rows into one section with 4 rows and one section with two rows.

Trace and cut out the flower appliqués.  Use your favorite appliqué method to attach the flowers to the background.  (We did simple raw edge appliqué.)   


Sew the appliqué section between the two block sections.  

 Sew the 1 ½ inch first border all around the quilt.   

Add the final 4 inch border.  

Quilt and bind.

 

Thanks so much for doing the monthly mystery quilts with us.  Please spread the word and tell your friends.  

We will post a photo of the March fabrics as soon as we decide what will be used.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Somewhere in Time photo

Becky got our Somewhere in Time quilt all finished.  (It's my new favorite - until she gets the next one done.) 

We have had a few requests for a photo on the blog for those of you who are putting it all together.   The color is a little off but it should help with the layout and placement of the quilt.  Have fun and thanks for participating!


Thursday, February 12, 2015

New Block party and other stuff

Just a reminder of a few things going on here at the shop.

We are starting the new block party this Saturday (Feb. 14th).  Becky spent a good chunk of the day yesterday sewing blocks together to give you a better idea of the finished quilt.  Here is what we have so far.


We still have openings if you haven't already signed up.  It is a $15.00 sign up fee and $5.00 per session which covers the 20 blocks.  We will complete two identical blocks each session.  We are planning a demo lecture every other Saturday at 10:00 am. 

Come join us!

Also....
Tomorrow is our monthly $5.55 fabric sale.  We have two shelves full of fabric for a great price.  Come in and save.


And...
We finally decided on a fabric line for the mystery quilt this month.  We will be using "A Beautiful Thing" line from Riley Blake Designs.  A few of the fabrics are shown in the photo below.


It looks like a fun collection to welcome Spring to me.  Come and make a quilt for only $29.00.  Call us at 801-465-9133 to reserve your kit. 

If you don't live in our area and would like to participate - we can ship the kit in a flat rate envelope for only $6.00.

See you soon.

Monday, February 2, 2015

Friday sale change

We will be vending/teaching at one of our favorite events this week so the shop will be closed through Saturday.  Our normal first Friday $5.55 sale will be postponed one week until February 13th.  We look forward to seeing you then.

Thanks,
the Morgansons

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

January 2015 Mystery Quilt



Draw a diagonal line from corner to corner on the back of all of the 4 inch squares.  Line two of these squares on a 7 ½ inch square as illustrated.


 Sew a scant ¼ inch on each side of the line.   Cut on the line and press the triangles back.




Place a 4 inch square on the corner of each of the resulting halves as illustrated. 


 Sew ¼ inch on both sides of the line.  Cut on the line and press the triangle back. 







Square the resulting flying geese to measure 3 ½ x 6 ½ inches.  


Repeat the process, using all of the 7 ½ and 4 inch squares.  Create a total of 96) flying geese units.

Sew the flying geese units into 48) sets of two.  (You can choose how you want to distribute the different prints.  We used two different prints in each block to create a pinwheel effect.)  Create the blocks by sewing 4 of the flying geese sets together changing the direction of each set .



To assemble the quilt sew a 2 ½ inch sashing strip between two blocks to create a row.  Repeat four times to create 4 rows.  Sew 2 ½ inch square cornerstones between 3) 2 ½ x 12 ½ inch strips.  Create 3 of these rows and sew between the 4 flying geese rows.  Sew the 2 ½ inch sashing strips to the top and bottom of the quilt and then to the sides.  Sew the 5 ½ inch final border to all sides.


Quilt as desired.  Bind and enjoy!