Friday, 27 July 2012

What's on the Gammill Friday

So, WOTGF...... Its this gorgeous Mother Goose Nursery Quilt.  It sure is pretty. 


3 Little Piggies, Humpty Dumpty, Hickory Dickory Dock are just a few blocks in this quilt.


Quilting Design:  Stars and Loops

On shop news:  I recently put together this quilt top, a Disappearing 9 Patch quilt in Vintage Modern fabrics.  It took me about 3 hours to make..... SO quick and SIMPLE!  I love the green little blocks - I am such a green gal!  You should be able to click on the pic to see it larger.


 And Mum made this Ritzy Cracker Quilt in Vintage Modern as well.  This pattern does not have borders, but you can add them if you wish:


They both look SO different!  I cut some kits for these 2 quilts, and took them to the Burnie Friendship Day.  They sold quite well!  I now have more available HERE.

16 comments:

Christine said...

Not surprised they sold well .. they are both gorgeous.

Linda said...

Awesom quilts...the 9 block is delightful!I can see why they sold quilckly! Have a great weekend!!

Cathy said...

Mmmm, think I may know a little of the history of that Mother Goose quilt..... Lol

Charmaine said...

Hello Sarah. Ive popped over to visit from Janelle's Blog. Im a relatively new quilter, only done one complicated quilt so far but have done quite a few 6"x6" squared quilts for quick gifts. Also for some reason i have a lot of fabric already:) I have bookmarked your blog and will be popping back as i am interested in having a look at the links that you have in the previous post:)

LifeStillGood said...

Hi Sarah, just wanted to thank you for such a wonderful giveaway that you are providing on Janelle Wind's blog. It is very generous. Thank you Kim

Marg S said...

Janelle sent me over to check out your blog - love it.

Adelaide said...

Hi Sarah, I've come to visit you via Janelle's blog. I was pleasantly surprised to see WOTGF. Does WOTGF stand for What's on The Gammill Friday by any chance? I've only started working in a quilt store three weeks ago and I am training on the Gammill. I love it!!! I love your gorgeous quilts too. I've only made the one quilt top so far it's just a squares with cornerstones but yours and your mums have inspired me to do something with my gorgeous Bonnie & Camille Bliss range.
Thank you.
I will certainly be back to visit again :D

Gill said...

I've come from Janelle's!
I love both the Vintage Modern quilts! It's one of my favourite fabric lines!

HandyManda said...

Hi Sarah, Like a few others here Janelle has recommended your blog and it's great! I really like the ritzy cracker quilt that your Mum made, and the disappearing 9 patch one. Have you ever trid the disappearing 4 patch before? It's a tad different, but cool in the way it works. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend. I'll be back to see more soon.

Amanda
handymandas.blogspot.com.au

Kay said...

Hi, I have just come over from Janelle's blog. Your shop is just great, I wish you were in England, sigh. I love your 3 hour quilt and am so impressed it only took 3 hours as I am much slower than that. Happy stitching.

De said...

More great projects... Love the disappearing nine patch and the one from your Mum......can see why they sold quickly!

Debbie said...

hi Sarah Just popped over visiting Janelle, I usually follow your blog anyway. Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

Lisa M said...

Hi Sarah, I too, have popped over from the lovely Janelle's. I love your disappearing 9 patch and think it might go on my quick and easy quilt' present list. I will be back again - especially to see WOTGF!
Cheers and thanks for your generous addition to Janelle's birthday giveaway. Whoever wins is very lucky.

SandyN said...

Hello Sarah....

I was sent over from Janelle's giveaway blog...

Sandyn

Outback Crafter - Debra said...

HI sarah, I have popped over from Janelle's blog. Thanks for sharing yourself through your blog. These quilts on this post are lovely.
Debra

Jane from Lil Pip said...

I really want to try a disappearing nine patch!