Saturday, February 1, 2014

Fresh Sewing Day

January was an exceedingly busy month full of visiting family and celebrations. So though it may not look like much, I'm more than pleased at what I managed to accomplish!

In addition to the above, I DID finish piecing my City Sampler top, which I am looking forward to quilting soon! Not a finish, per se, but a huge accomplishment, so stay tuned. 

A non-sewing highlight of January was the series "31 Inspiring Quilters" over at sew mama sew, sponsored by Fat Quarter Shop. It was an honor and a pleasure to highlight so many of the quilters who inspire me day in and day out. Hope you were able to catch some of that inspiration!

With a guild retreat this weekend, and a fresh month ahead, I've got plenty more in the works. I'm anxious to get sewing!

Linking up with Fresh Sewing Day at Lily's Quilts.

16 comments:

  1. Honestly Debbie, YOU are the inspiration! I love you mini 'challenge' quilt! Well, I love everything you do! And thank you for including me in your Sew Mama Sew series! I was very proud to be part of this series.

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  2. Looks like you had another fab month, hope you're enjoying your retreat :o)

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  3. Pretty projects and lots to be inspired by.

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  4. That's impressive- if I were closer I'd take you out for a coffee and a bit of a breather. You've been busy!!!!

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  5. Such a gorgeous bunch of projects. Your Riley Blake challenge is amazing! You had a great, great month.

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  6. Yes, Debbie, in conjunction with yesterday's post, I wanted to say that I discovered YOU through the 31 Days (and others whom you highlighted, especially Nicole from Mama Love Quilts). Congratulations to your three-year blogiversary and thanks for all you do to bring beautiful quilting to the blogging world!

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  7. I so enjoyed your posts of 31 Days at Sew Mama Sew! Found some new inspiration of great quilters!

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  8. I loved the inspiring quilters series, thank you for all the work on that. And you have had a beautiful month even if you were very busy.

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  9. I too enjoyed your quilter series. Well done.

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  10. You've had a very productive month....thanks again for the 31 inspiring quilters series.

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  11. You got a TON done, considering how busy you were.

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  12. Oh you had a good month. Hope you had fun at your retreat!

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  13. wow you got so much done, have a fab time at retreat :)

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  14. Great month, I just love those vice versa blocks!

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  15. I love your blocks, such inspiring fabric choices! Well done, I really am going to try this Economy block, it's everywhere I look at the moment. :)

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