Saturday, May 31, 2014

Quilted Cotton Blog tour Schedule RBD newest Collection....

Besides our PICNIC Quilt blog hop 
we also have something else to encourage, excite
and inspire you....it is like a celebration.... a new kind of one....
We are celebrating...


Look at what you will be able to choose from..
one side is the top collection, the bottom the other side....

Quilted Cottons

 Riley Blake's Quilted Cotton Blog Tour 
begins on June 3rd.
Will you look at our line up...
All these ladies will be showcasing what to do with
RBD newest collection of quilted cottons....
and darn it no gingham...but I have something close to that wink..

June 5 - Jedi Craft Girl

June 10 - Nancy Zieman

June 12 - The Sassy Quilter

June 17 - Just Let Me Quilt

June 19 - Simple Simon & Co

June 24 - Haberdashery Fun

June 26 - Sew We Quilt

Be sure to cheer on our dearest ladies...
I see lot's of talent here...
They will sooooo inspire you...
I know they certainly do me..


  1. All these wonderful names are so familiar to me...I have either watched them on TV or used their fabrics in my quilts...can't wait!

  2. Love the designs on the quilted cottons. I can usually only find florals. I have a bag to make and I see the perfect fabric. THanks for showing these. I am so excited to make my new bag.

  3. Looking forward to checking out the blogs

  4. Sounds like another great hop to me!

  5. Sounds like an interesting hop. Another great one to follow along.

  6. This sure sounds like fun. I love short cuts and what can be quicker than pre printed dots. wow.

  7. I will of course cheer them all as the most of them have names familiar to me. It´s long time now for me to participate in blog hops but be sure I will come back after summer.

  8. Count on me to follow along this Blog Hop I always enjoy seeing what's New in the Fabric World. Inspiring and Fresh!

    Huggs, Nancy

  9. ooooooooooh!!! can't wait!!! Looks amazing!

  10. What fun new fabrics! Looking forward to seeing some great projects.

  11. I'm looking forward to seeing what you will do for this!!

  12. What fun! Double the Riley Blake blog hop goodness ... :) Pat

  13. OOOOH. I bet there are going to being some lovely, fun things made with that grouping of fabrics. Hooray for the design team! Looks like I am going to be hanging pretty close to the computer this next week or so between this hop and the picnic hop!

  14. I've been away from my computer for a week due to Grandmother duties, I come back and you've painted an entire room in gingham and made a picnic blanket plus a million and one smaller ...nope, probably bigger but secret projects going on in the background. You are one "sparky" little lady! I hat that I missed gettin in on the Picnoc Blog Hop. In my mind (which is not always on it's top game) I had entered this blog hop. Been working on the quilt but never got any updates on the schedule???Hmmm??? Could it be that I never officially entered my name??? Did I think to check with Mary??? That would be..NO!! Well, that does not surprise me. Should I have taken two minutes to send a quick email to Mary? Yes, of course! Such poor planning on my part!! However, I will just enjoy all the beautiful picnic quilts and show my picnic quilt on my blog at a later date. I am looking forward to seeing these quilts!!!
    Don't forget me in June for a future blog hop???? I will be more diligent in making sure my name is on "The List"

    I do love your new sewing studio although not finished, I know it will be stunning!! I am getting close to finishing mine. My new cutting table top is finally finished and I have to go pick it up. You see, I had a cabinet maker who made my counter tops cut me a cutting top 42" x 62"...is that Big enough? Ha!! I wanted Big and Big is what I got! I wanted something that would accommodate me and my granddaughter cutting and sewing at the same time. I even have a sewing station just for Miss Emma Grace!! The wall color?? Butter cream on top, white bead board WALLPAPER on bottom (looks exactly like the wood beadboard in my kitchen) with white wainscot trim. Future plans have white crown moulding around ceiling top and top of book shelves. I bought 3 thrift store book cases, hubby painted them bright white with his professional paint sprayer and they look as if they are built in at a fraction of the cost for Real built-ins. Doing things on a budget challenges me and I actually love it.
    Thanks for the inspiration
    Gmama Jane


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