2018 Bonnie and Camille Ornament Swap

It’s time for the 4th annual #bcchristmasfun swap. Cute little ornaments made with BC fabric, what’s not to love! I am super excited to be hosting the #bcchristmasfun Bonnie and Camille Ornament Swap again this year! Jen Van Orman @heritage.threads passed the reins to me in 2017 and it continues to be a lot of fun. […]

Ramps Quilt Top

This is my second entry in 2018 Pantone Ultra Violet Quilt Challenge hosted by Rebecca Bryan, Bryan House Quilts, and Sarah Elizabeth Sharp, No Hats in the House. Ramps quilt top is 56″x 79″ made by me, Elizabeth Ray, in the USA. I also entered Pickle Burst in the quilts category. Click here for my Ramps Instagram post. […]

Star Light Star Dark QAL – Finish and Quilting

What a great QAL by Jessica Skultety of quiltyhabit.com! I have had a great time making, sharing, following and supporting everyone. I completed my quilt and couldn’t be more excited with it! Big thanks to Jessica for the design, QAL, encouragement, and guidance along the way.

Star Light Star Dark QAL progress

I have been busy keeping on pace with Jess of Quilty Habit’s QAL. I completed the large stars and the small friendship stars at this point. 

Star Light Star Dark QAL – Fabric Choices

I decided to participate in QuiltyHabit’s Star Light Star Dark QAL. The design appealed to me, patchwork, stars, and no light constant background fabric. I make a lot of quilts with light background fabrics, so it is good to branch out.

4×7 Sewing Challenge – conclusion

One day later,  March 1, and I finished my Chic County quilt top! I am so excited. It was a great month sewing on this and a Tula Pink Elizabeth dresden mini while I waited on  more fabric.

4×7 Sewing Challenge – Week 3

It was a slower week for me quilting as my husband was out of town, my baby was sick, and my mom was visiting. Tuesday I went to my first guild meeting and joined our local NWA Modern Quilt Guild. So excited!! Before the meeting we viewed a near by exihit of Crazy Quilts at Rogers […]

4×7 Sewing Challenge – Week 2

My second week working on my Chic Country quilt was productive. I finished sewing the C and D pieces on to what I call the petals, for half the quilt(more on this later).

February = selfish sewing

I decided to participate in BerryBarnDesign’s #4x7sewingchallenge this month. Back in November I fell in love with the Chic County quilt Pattern by Sew Kind of Wonderful.