Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Grow Your Blog Day Three

Hi there!

If you’re here from the Grow Your Blog party, welcome!

I’m Suzie, and I’ve been showing off some of the quilts I like to make.  You may like to click on this post:


http://sillygoosequilts.blogspot.com.au/2015/01/grow-your-blog-january-25th.html

where I formally introduced myself, and showed off a few of my thirties print quilts. 

If you would like to enter my giveaway (prize yet unknown!) please comment on that post, and on February 15th I will pick a winner!

So yesterday and the day before I showed you some of my reproduction quilts, both in Civil War fabrics and in thirties prints.  I also love scrappy quilts, and so I thought I would show you some of them.!

Scrappy Happy Houses

Scraptitude Mystery Quilt (2)

Smokey Mountain Stars (2)

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Autumn Scrap

Scrap Pastel Quilt (2)

Nancy Halvorsen Autumn Stars

Millenium Quilt

On A Roll Jelly Roll Quilt

Slashed Squares Amish Quilt

School House Sampler

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That’ll do, pig. 

Oh there are so many more.. I have made so many quilt tops over the years, I don’t know what I’ll ever do with them.  I suspect that I’m not the only one who has that problem.  But I won’t overload you with too many pictures today.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my show and tell.  I have my children back to school tomorrow (yay me!) and I plan to enjoy a long, leisurely cup of coffee while I return the favour and go through all the blogs I can to make new friends.

So thanks again, and I’ll see you soon!

Suzie

10 comments:

  1. That’s a lot of quilts and they are all so pretty. I especially like the houses.

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  2. Pretty collection of quilts, scraptitude mystery is my favorite.

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    1. Me too! Or at least one of my favourites, it sure looks good in black!

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  3. Wonderful quilts. I especially enjoyed the house quilts.

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    1. Thanks, Kathy! I do love the house ones too!

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  4. Suzie your scrap quilts are fabulous. I fell in love with each one as I went down the page. LOL

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