Monday, September 28, 2015

Mondays

Mondays are possibility days.  I love Mondays.  I have a huge amount of things that need to be done, for Houston Quilt Market and Festival next month.  Piece by piece, things get scratched off the list.
I have great people around me, that still love me with the crazy.  They even help me.  Life chores don't stop when you have your eye on the bigger goal.  Laundry still has to be done, cat and dog hair pile up on the carpet that needs to be vacuumed, dishes, there are always dishes.  Bills remembered and paid.  Thank goodness I have found auto-pay for many things.  We won't have to walk around in the dark, and can still take showers.

We just finished 4 weekends in a row of Quilt Shows.  This weekend we are going to celebrate with our great friends as their daughter gets married.   I'm going to enjoy the break and my friends.

Next week, the Mystery Blog hop is going to start.  Can you believe that they asked me????  My block is the second week of the hop.  Please follow along. You will love the border treatment!!!


Join us for Farmhouse Threads
Christmas Mystery Quilt Blog Hop!
For10weeks,beginningOctober3rd wewillsharewithyoufree patterns from some of our favorite designers to complete a Christmas Quilt just in time for Christmas. Each week, one designer will post the pattern to make a Christmas block using wool appliqué and embroidery on cotton. Week 10 will include the instructions to put all of these blocks together with some fun borders to complete your Christmas quilt. Finishing kits will be available from Farmhouse Threads.
Make sure you sign up for each designer’s blog/website to receive the free patterns.
Please share our blog hop with your friends and have them follow along!
Week 1, October 3rd – Rhonda McCray, Farmhouse Threads
http://farmhousethreads.blogspot.com
Week 2, October 10th – Shawn York, Rusty Crow Quilt Shop
http://shawn-rustycrow.blogspot.com
Week 3, October 17th - Debbie Busby, Wooden Spool Designs
http://woodenspooldesigns.blogspot.com
Week 4, October 24th – Joyce Weeks, Geoff’s Mom Pattern Co.
http://geoffsmom.blogspot.com
Week5,October30th –GloriaParsons,OldeGreenCupboardDesigns
http://oldegreencupboard.blogspot.com
Week 6, November 7th – Joan Grenke, Bits and Pieces by Joan
http://bitsandpiecesbyjoan.com
Week 7 November 14th – Kathy Campbell, Heart to Hand
http://www.hearttohand.com
Week 8, November 21st – Jeni Gaston, Woolen Willow Designs
http://jenifromthewillow.blogspot.com
Week 9, November 28th – Lisa Bongean, Primitive Gatherings
http://primitivegatheringsquiltshop.wordpress.com
Week 10, December 5th – Finishing Instructions from Farmhouse Threads
http://farmhousethreads.blogspot.com 

17 comments:

  1. Can you only sign in through the blog? Im having trouble with one site

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  2. I too am having trouble signing up for your blog. I have an aol mail address and I do not see where you can subscribe via email. Please advise.

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  3. I am unable to follow your blob as well.

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  4. Am looking for Christmas pattern but can't find it. Am I too early. Looking forward to it.

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  5. Am looking for Christmas pattern but can't find it. Am I too early. Looking forward to it.

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  6. I haven't been able to sign up or find the Christmas pattern

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  7. Hi Shawn! Looking forward to receiving your pattern! Will it be posted here on your blog?

    Thanks!
    Pam

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  8. Looking to sign up for the blog also....anxious for the next pattern!!

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  9. Looking for the Christmas block of the week, will it be posted on this site?

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    1. Not Unknown!-Melissa G. Young, shop owner!

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  10. I see that I am not the only one looking for the pattern! Love the first one!!

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  11. so what is wrong did you forget you needed to have the pattern ready for us beggars almost halloween LOL i will watch and wait for a few. thanks

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  12. hey Shawn I will be back tomorrow as you ask thanks for the update have fun in Palm Springs! I have been there and yes it is hot there most of the time.

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