Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Pin It Weekly #155

Fiesta de Talavera Quilt Pattern. Next project: What have you been pinning? That's getting to be a regular question from me. I guess that would be because it relevant and I don't have any other questions for these posts.

Other than the rainbows from Sunday's inspiration post, I've been posting a crazy mix of things...with no rhyme or reason.  A couple of baby quilts because they are cute quilts, so I really like having them on my baby, quilts board

birdie quilt:

Elephant pop Quilt - FREE QUILT PATTERNS - GET INSPIRED:

Baby quilt:

And some "barn, quilts" to that board because, you know, 480 pins could not be enough. Plus, I just love old barns!

Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Log Cabin pattern:

shawano county, wisconsin:

quilt barn:



And then there were all those baskets from last week's Pin It post, but I couldn't seem to stop after the post was finished. 

Vintage French Champagne Gathering BasketJonathan Kline, Basketmaker - Country Living

Primitive 1800's APPLE BASKET:

And then there's this pin about batting, which I found really interesting and want to be able to review again, so I dropped it into the "quilt, tools" board. That board needs some attention--I have fewer than 50 pins in it, but for some reason I just haven't seen many sewing tools. Maybe I need to try looking again.  





6 comments:

Kaja said...

I love that last basket - it's fabulous.

Bernadette Ficociello said...

I love your baby black and white duck quilt....please tell me you have a pattern to share.....I would be willing to purchase it ASAP.....

Sylvia said...

I agree with Bernadette - I keep going back to the black and white duck quilt - Can you tell me the quilt name and if pattern is available to purchase? Thanks.

Mary at Fleur de Lis Quilts said...

I'm sorry. That is not my quilt. It's one I found on Pinterest but you can look on my "heart, quilts" board and follow the link.

Mary at Fleur de Lis Quilts said...

Thanks for asking Sylvia. Please see my response above.

Mary at Fleur de Lis Quilts said...

I agree Kaja. I would love to find one at an antique shop!