quilty fun sew along & blog tour.

18 November 2013

quilty fun tour
hey, y'all.
welcome to the quilty fun sew along & blog tour. :)

quilty fun tour main
if y'all aren't familiar with quilty fun, y'all should be.
it's brought to us by the lovely lori holt.
and guys, it's SO dang cute.

blogger's choice.
i am the week 3 stop.
(see the full line up HERE.)

today, we're going to talk about courthouse steps.
l o v e.
here are the fabrics that i pulled.
l o v e again.
in honor of lori, i had to embrace my fun, scrappy fabrics.

photo 2 (1)
y'all have your book, right?
say yes!

download the courthouse companion pdf here, then turn to page 90 because we're about to make courthouse steps blocks.

they are so quick & easy to make.
like less than half an hour, people.
no kidding.

my courthouse steps blocks.
here are my courthouse steps blocks.
adorable, right?!?!
me thinks yes!

and they just so happen to match my kitchen.
note: our kitchen is about to get a fresh coat of yummy natural almond behr paint. sigh.

although these are slated to go into my own quilty fun quilt, i really want to make another set just like this.
well, because i want an adorable mug rug!
wouldn't that be SUPER cute?!?!

we're also going to have a giveaway!
once y'all have the blocks sewn, post photos to the quilty fun sew along & blog tour flickr group for a chance to win one of THREE omnigrid marking ruler trios.
to see lori demonstrate these rulers, check out this video!
winners will be announced next monday on the jolly jabber.

also, i think i have a mad crush on lori holt. and her house. for real.
two words: aqua piano. ;)

xo, rachel

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Cynthia said...

p.s. All I can say is, you are so cute!!! ....and so are your courthouse steps! LOL

Lori Holt said...

Hi Rachel…
You are so sweet! Thank you for your kind words about my book:) …
and thanks so much for hosting week 3!
I love your plates and your blocks together. Cute photo!
PS. happy that you like my aqua piano too:)

Mary said...

YES, the courthouse steps went together pretty easy. I usually have trouble with Log Cabins so I stay away from blocks like them. Glad there was only TWO for this quilt. Hope the rulers come home to my house.

Tammy Edwards said...

Love your courthouse step blocks! Love the idea of making mug rugs with them and I am loving making them, I just may make them to the moon and back :)
Happy day everyone!

Heather said...

I can't wait to get started. I have a crush on her house too, it's the cutest place I've ever seen!

Vicki ♥ said...

I am off to sew these today...I love them too :) hugs Vicki x

juceyj03 said...

OMG I love her wonderful bright house too! She has an eye for color forsure!!
I do a lot of paper piecing and I heard these rulers are great for marking the 1/4 mark on your paper piecing projects. Right now I'm working on the box pouch from the book Patchwork Please and I would love to have a set of these rulers to make things go faster and smoother!
Thanks for the chance, Jessica

Diane said...

I want to do some courthouse steps! Your's are gorgeous!

Diane said...

I want to do some courthouse steps! Your's are gorgeous!

Marsha said...

love your blog :)

You are just chock 'ful of wonderful ideas and helpful hints on quilts that are not just easier (for us newbies) but beautiful as well....

thanks :)

Chris said...

Hi Rachel, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

Ianroniel Baluyut said...

One of my favorite stuff to deal with in the field of sewing is quilting, well for me its the easiest way to emphasize your thoughts by means of different creative details and designs. In quilting mixing different color can turn out really great specially if the colors you chose blend well together.

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