Monday, May 11, 2015


Have you ever been to the Paducah Quilt Show?  I went again this year and I am so amazed at the artistry involved in the quilts on display.  Some quilts were so perfect and the pieces so tiny, they looked like photographs.  Other quilts are fun and whimsical.  The real reason for my post today is to share the cutest crib-sized quilt pattern that I turned into a paper piecing.  I used last year's Stampin' Up! designer papers (and the newly retired Crisp Cantaloupe and Pistachio Pudding cardstock).  The quilt pattern was designed by Amy Bradley.  I do plan to make the quilt some day, but when I saw these three quilting buddies, I knew they'd make a great paper piecing.

Isn't this the cutest?  I bet you're wondering why the scrapbook pages they're holding are blank.  It's because I haven't figured out what to put on them yet (possibilities are endless). What do you think?  This will make such a cute wall hanging for someone.  

Stay tuned for a sneak peek of another very fun paper pieced, 2-page layout of all things pirate. Great boy pages.

I hope you enjoyed the Sneak Peek of Stampin' Up!'s new catalog.  It is the greatest ever and I can't wait to show you the awesome projects I have planned.

Happy Scramping!