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 Scraps have been flying in my sewing room. Sometime soon I’m going to have to stop all this play and do a little tidying. But until it becomes absolutely necessary I’ll keep playing.  I’m thinking of doing a improv medallion quilt. No concrete plans, just thought it would be fun. I started with some some baskets. Added a wonky wedge border. Now I’m toying with a couple of ideas. What will come next waits to be seen.

I had fun quilting daisies, leaves and loopy vines in my Tie Dyed Sheep quilt. Then bound it with a pretty green floral. I had several requests for a pattern on this one. It was a little daunting. Writing patterns is hard but when the quilt is more improv than traditional it seems a little harder to me. I’ve finished it and if your interested you can find it in my Etsy Shop.

Thanks to Lea Anne, I’ve been busy making soap.  She is my best advertising. Thank you Lea Anne! Fresh bars are in the shop. Below are sampler bars of Lavender/Sage.  You can mix and match these in our many sampler and gift sets. Just in case you can’t decide which scent you like best.

Now that I’ve shared my busy week it’s your turn to share what you’ve been up to. Can’t wait to celebrate your progress with you. 

Link up and let us see.

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  • Karen - Quilts...etc. says:

    wonky baskets and border – cute

  • dq says:

    Your tie dyed sheep quilt is fantastic. It shows so much skill and personality and character. I adore it!

    Your soaps looks so pretty. Enjoy them.

  • Linda Smith says:

    Love LOVE love the basket medallion.

  • Needled Mom says:

    An improv medallion will be fabulous! Looking forward to it.

  • Rebecca Grace says:

    What a fun spikey border on your basket quilt, and the tie-dyed sheep quilt is adorable, too!

  • Soma @ whimsandfancies.com says:

    The baskets quilt is such a fun one, and your second one made me laugh out loud. Improv medallion quilt would be a daunting thought for me, but I know yours will be marvellous. It is always great to meet another soap-crafter. I can easily imagine how amazing those lavender/sage soaps must be.


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