Thimbleberries patterns, this means this could be your day to join us as we sew a project as part of the Thimbleberries Sew Day.
I've made many Thimbleberries quilts, wall hangings, and table runners over the years. Most have been gifted to family and friends. But I do still have a favorite Thimbleberries cuddle quilt in the house. This one is called Picnic Potluck from the book, Laura's Garden. I did the piecing, and my mother-in-law, an avid quilter for years, did the hand quilting for me as a Christmas gift!
How to join? Just do it! Click on the button that looks like this on the sidebar:
You'll be transported to Bejeweled Quilts by Barb. Send her an email and she'll add your name to the list of participants posted on her blog. Just scroll down on her sidebar and you'll see the list of quilters who may be in their sewing rooms right now working on a Thimbleberries quilt. Check them out and get your sewing machine whirring.
What am I going to work on today? I have lots of books and patterns to choose from. Here is a pic of my collection that I just gathered together in the last few minutes.
Plus, there are some beautiful free patterns on Lynette Jensen`s Thimbleberries web site that may be calling my name. One in particular is the Flying Geese Charm Quilt. It could be a perfect size to start today, so my plan is to go through my fabrics and start cutting. Maybe on the next Thimbleberries Sew Day, I'll start to actually sew it. No pressure!
If you`ve been following my blog, you know I get so excited about quilts, fabrics, patterns, etc. Thimbleberries is just one of so many quilting companies that give me inspiration and fuel my passion for quilting.
And today is definitely a great day for quilting!