Friday, June 7, 2019

OMG for June

Popping in under the wire with an OMG. But first, if you are looking for TBT, Throwback Thursday for those quilts we made before we started blogging, this month it's being hosted by Andrée at Quilting & Learning - What a Combo!

So for OMG this month I hope to get two more placemats made to match the two I made at Christmas as per my daughter Brianne's request.

I was able to dig up the correct Kona colours, thanks to mentioning them in my post about the first two I made. Yay for details!

I used Pool, Ash and Coal. The two grey embossed fabrics I used on the backs.



Here are the two I made in December.

On my Q2FAL List is making a quilt for Brady by the end of the quarter which would be about the same timeframe, yikes! Better get crack-a-lackin' as my husband would say.

Linking up with Elm Street Quilts for

14 comments:

  1. Now I know the secret of how you accomplish so much. It's all in the crack-a-lackin'..lol

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  2. Well we all know how well you produce under pressure...so I'm pretty sure you will get that quilt done.

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  3. Those look great! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project!

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  4. Those look great on your table!

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  5. Fabulous that your placemats were such a hit from a colour and design point of view that more have been requested. I am so glad that you found the correct colours and fabric to finish same. Will be a finish filled with love.

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  6. Those placemats look great on your table! Happy crack-alackin'!

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  7. Isn't it wonderful that blogging about something gives you a record so you can find just the right materials the second time around? They are beautiful placemats and I love the quilting.

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  8. Yes, get crack-a-lackin! Definitely. Sue always said that when she was a classroom teacher. Poor Brady, waiting and waiting for a quilt. I know he's quilt deprived. Love these placemats! ~smile~ Roseanne

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  9. These are great, Sandra. Good luck getting everything done this month!

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  10. I love those placemats - it may be a doable task! Good luck this month.

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  11. Crack-a-lacking!!! Or hop to it or chop chop. I am sure you will not just achieve your OMG but also make a fabulous quilt for Brady that he will love. Love your fabrics :-)

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  12. Good luck with the place mats. Those are great colours.

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  13. Wow, love those placements. Simple but very effective 😀 xx

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  14. Don't just love it when you make notes in your blog post?!!

    -Soma

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