Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Plugging Away



Like everyone I have lots of UFO's but when I signed up for Chick Jubilee and the Fat Quarter Shops Mystery BOM I made a little promise to myself that I wouldn't fall behind.  

So with Block 2 of the Mystery BOM in transit I thought I had best get a wriggle on and last night I completed Block 1 which was designed by Fig Tree Quilts.  The whole quilt is made using Avalon which is very pretty.  Now I am really looking forward to Block 2 arriving.


This month Patchwork and Stitching magazine has a lovely profile on me.  It is beautifully written and made me feel very chuffed.  


And they chose some of my favourite projects that have graced the pages of their magazine in past editions.


There is also a pattern to make my Granny Square Quilt


And a pattern to make my "A Home is Made of Love" Stitchery.

I have one of these gorgeous house buttons from Theodora Cleave to give away with a pattern pack to one lucky blog reader so simply leave a comment to enter.  I will draw it on Friday night.

Hugs,

Fee xxx


23 comments:

Gill said...

Congratulations! How exciting!
Can I join in your lovely giveaway from the UK???

shez said...

congrats Fee,i will buy this mag to read about you,and such lovely blocks.xx

Jan said...

Well done Fee; your designs are always lovely. Shall buy myself a copy of the mag tomorrow.

Lesley UK said...

Hi Fee, Wow, a real celebrity. It'll be tuppence to talk to you soon' as we say in the UK lol. I would love to be entered in your kind giveaway. Blessings

Susan said...

I always enjoy reading the profiles in the magazines - looking forward to seeing it.

KaHolly said...

That is an interesting basket block! I rather like it!! Congrats on being profiled in the Patchwork and Stitching magazine! I'll definitely try to find a copy.

linny said...

I'll have to make sure I get a copy of this edition. Both projects look great. Thanks for the chance to win the kit. lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

Joan said...

Congratulations! Your designs are amazing. Thank you for the generous giveaway.

Larissa said...

The Avalon block is gorgeous! And your designs are fabulous!! Congratulations on the feature!! I will be sure to pick up a copy - any issue with designs by you, Dawn & Michele is certain to be wonderful!!

Christine M said...

How exciting for you Fee. I will look out for this issue. Your block looks great. I am eagerly awaiting block 2 too!

Fiona said...

lovely Avalon block.... it is fun if you can keep up with the BOM's but I think we all have our piles of UFO's.... I do love those granny squares and well done with all your patterns
Hugz

Wendy B said...

Oh Fee......I'm so chuffed for you too!!!!! You go girl.......so very proud!!! xoxoxoxox

Helen said...

Oh how nice for you,your work is really beautiful.thank you for a chance at the lovely give away :-))))))

Noela said...

Congratulations Fee. Love granny squares so will have to check out the magazine. Hugs.....

Michelle Ridgway said...

Oh well done Fee. Lovely article and gorgeous projects xx

retdairyqueen said...

It was indeed a lovely profile

The Vintage Journal said...

Dear Fee, It was a lovely article about you, as my stitching group has a subscription and got the magazine early so I had a peek. Will be getting myself a copy. Thanks for a chance to win that sweet button.

Maria said...

I look forward to reading the article in the magazine...love the photos of the projects you've been working on :-)

Mimi said...

What a thrill for you!! Congratulations!! I love the Granny Square quilt especially!

Isabella said...

that sounds great Fee cant wait now to get my copy

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Congratulations Fee...wow you must be so excited!

Lady of the Cloth said...

A big hurrah for the magazine article. I can only imagine what it feels like. Thanks for sharing your blog. It is part of my morning routine to read it and see what's up in your part of the world.

Vicki said...

Congratulations Fee, I hope I can get a copy of the magazine when I get back to Australia. Vicki