April Showers Blog Hop……Plus a Giveaway!

aprilshowersbutton6_zps35d534ceThanks to Mdm Sam of Sew We Quilt and Erin of Sew At Home Mummy!

Also to our hop sponsor Fabri-Quilt!

When I started to plan my project I just kept going back to when I was little. I’d draw pictures of valleys and mountains with little flowers and grass, up in the corner I’d put a bright sun. I’m sure many of you did the same thing when you were little and know a similar memory. Well thinking about April Showers this is the memory that wouldn’t leave my mind. 

So I went into my EQ 7 program and went through the different blocks and this is what I came up with. 

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I’d never done a Sue Bonnet before and I had so much fun making her! The whole time making her I just kept thinking “Oh…she’s so sweet”! 

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Now for a giveaway, an embroidery pattern called Breath of Spring by Crab-apple Hill, ……leave me a comment and I will draw a winner from the comments on April  18th. You don’t have to be a follower but if you want to follow I’d love to have you stick around. This giveaway is open to U.S. and International. Please make sure your not a no-reply blogger, you can’t win if I can’t contact you.

Giveaway now ended.

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Be sure to visit the others and leave comments! 🙂

 

 APRIL 9th

Gina @ Sew Much and More

Sharon @ Vroomans Quilts

Theresa @ Bumbleberry Stitches   (That’s Me 🙂 )

Jennet @ The Feathered Nest Studio

Patti @ A Yankee in Queen Liz’s Court

Gene @ Gene Black – Alabama Artist

Susan @ Susan’s Scrappy Domain

Bente @ I Like to Quiltblog

Deb @ Quilting & Other Craft Therapy

Megan @ AnnieOak Designs 

 

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142 thoughts on “April Showers Blog Hop……Plus a Giveaway!

  1. Love your mug rug and yes I use to draw the scenery with sun in the corner. I am glad you took your art to the next level. The embroider pattern looks sweet.

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  2. Very sweet mug rug. I just saw a pattern from Darlene Zimmerman that embroiders the top have of the sun bonnet girl, and uses a vintage hankie for her skirt. Very cute too. I started a sag many years ago, and it is still in the ufo pile at my mom's home!!

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  3. Wow, you are a talented stitcher! Your mug rug is beautiful! I'm a quilter, not an embroiderer, so don't enter me in your giveaway, but I wanted to say that I admire your work. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I have always LOVED SunBonnet Sue! Wow…a lot of work went into your mug rug! I agree with Donna Joy…too pretty to use! I think I would hang it on my wall!

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  5. Yes, yes, she is so sweet. Her dress was adorable and I loved how you positioned your fabrics even putting that flower at her waist. Wonderful! I am a follower.

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  6. Your Sunbonnet Sue is so delicate, love the flowers on her dress. I am now a follower….good thing about hops is finding new blogs.

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  7. Such a pretty mug rug! These have to be a favorite of mine! A quick project and fun 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Your mug rug is beautiful. Your give away is fabulous. Thanks for sharing & the chance to win a great prize.

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  9. Yes, “sweet” is a good description of your sunbonnet lady. I agree with Donna Joy; it is much too pretty to actually use. swalker287 (at) gmail (dot) com.

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  10. Lovely job of the mug rug, to pretty to spill on though. I am making a sun bonnet quilt. Thanks for giveaway.

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  11. I've never made a sun bonnet sue…she sure adds a touch of elegance to your mug rug. Thanks for sharing.

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