I just love these blog hops and I love a good mystery!
Today we’re visiting with all the designers involved in the Fat Quarter Shop 2015 Designer Mystery Quilt! The fabrics in the 2015 Mystery Quilt were designed by Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings. So if your a fan of her designs like I am, your sure to love these fabrics!
I truly wish that I could share our block NOW! You have no idea how hard it is for me to keep a secret but I don’t want to ruin any fun. I love house blocks and I’m not sure why I don’t do more quilts with them? Our house block looks just like the two of us!
Please visit the other Designers participating in this fun event!
Every month we feature a new pattern download and put it on sale!
The bargain for this moth is Dandelions! It’s one of our newest patterns. I love a good repetitive block. I have a thing for “factory” sewing and sometimes I just like to sew the same thing over and over.
Dandelions is made using 16 fat quarters and our new Bandana fabrics.
You get a bonus “mini” quilt project included in the pattern booklet. You can see a bit of it here under the fabric bundle.
Hope you enjoy the new pattern of the month. It’s only $7.50 for a limited time. Downloads only please.
This weekend our dog Bella fell off the steps leading into the RV … that we’re staying in … while the house is being fixed … in our backyard.
Away we all went to the Dog ER Friday night. We had 2 panting, screeching, upset dogs. Yes … Frasier dog was having sympathy pain and anxiety so we had to bring him along. By the time we arrived at the ER I think I was the one who needed treatment! We were there until 2AM.
Then Saturday at noon another trip to our regular vet.
The patient is resting comfortably on pain medication and steroids.
We’ve converted the sleeper sofa in the RV to a doggie hospital bed.
We also have a new dog ramp leading to the RV with an ugly carpet on the end. I have no idea what the carpets function is but I guess my husband thought it was a nice touch. I choose my battles these days.
The ramp is 8 feet long and built for a tank BUT no more falling dogs! OMG! Does it look like that tire on the trailer is going flat? I’ll just worry about that another day …
It rained here all weekend so they’ve both had fun tracking lots of mud into the trailer and hospital bed.
You might know that we had a fire in our home. Well demolition is in full swing and we’ve temporarily moved into an RV parked in our backyard. My husband keeps reminding me that it’s a “travel trailer” not an RV.
Due to the limited space, I took many of my pantry items out of boxes and placed them in ziploc bags … dog treats included.
Last night I looked over and my husband was sitting at the table with a huge glass of milk eating the dog cookies!
He put a pretty big dent in the package before I could stop him!
Good thing is, he says they taste good and the dogs will enjoy what’s left.
Doggie’s get the leftovers and who cares if it’s an RV or a travel trailer … I’m not the one eating dog food!