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Blue Moon Blog Hop Day 2

Hi friends!

Today is my day on the Blue Moon blog hop.

 

Hmmm… you may be wondering- what is Blue Moon

Well, it is Jackie Kunkel’s new Signature Batik Collection from Island Batik designed by Kathy Engle! And it is yummy.

Lucky me, Jackie sent me some scraps leftover from her projects and I got to play. Wanna see what I made? First, I made one of my new Pack it Up! bags.

 

I just love how well the fabrics worked with the black cork. 

Then with some of the leftover blues and purples, I made this table runner.

table runner in Blue Moon batiks

 

And no, it is not quilted yet but I know that I will be using this really fun Aurifil thread to quilt it.

 

It was funny when I was trying to pick my thread. At first I thought this thread would not work out but once I unrolled a bit of thread from the spool and placed it on the fabric, it was perfect!

 

And the binding is pieced from different fabric scraps. I can’t wait to see how it looks on the runner. I love the pop of turquoise in the binding!

batik table runner

 

I still had some leftover pieces of the blues in the line. I set aside 4 of them and from the rest I made 2 placements. I even had enough to piece the backs. 

batik placemat
Table Scraps placemat

 

I think these turned out just great- perfect for a nice lunch table setting on a snowy winter day.

batik placemats

 

The placemats and the table runner are from my pattern Table Scraps and I used my Braid Template.

And last but not least, I made a scarf! Have you seen my pattern called Kozy Q scarf?

 

Well, I paired the 4 fabrics I had left with some soft white cuddle fabric I had in my stash and now I have a cozy scarf for a cold winter day! So perfect.

Kozy in Blue Moon batiks and a little white cuddle!

 

I just love all the beautiful icy blues and the warm purples in this line. Thank you Jackie for letting me play with your scraps! I had sew much fun.

GIVEAWAY: I am giving away 1 of my Kozy Q Scarf patterns so one lucky person can make their own scarf! Just leave a comment below to enter and I will pull a winner on Sat Feb 10th.

Giveaway is now closed! Thank you to all who entered!

happy quilting!

Kate

Do you want to visit all the blogs in the hop? Well here is the complete schedule. I can’t wait to see what everyone does with the fabric and what awesome giveaways they have going on. Be sure to visit all the blogs! 

BLUE MOON BLOG HOP SCHEDULE
Monday, Feb 5
Tuesday, Feb 6
Wednesday, Feb 7
Thursday, Feb 8
Friday, Feb 9

 

 

Will you be in Lancaster at the AQS show in March? I will be teaching! I would love to see you in class. Sweet Beets is one of the classes I am teaching; HST fun!

 

 

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56 thoughts on “Blue Moon Blog Hop Day 2”

  1. wow your projects are wonderful. I agree the black cork really works well with these fabrics on the purse. I have not made myself a scarf yet, so would love to try your pattern. Thanks for that chance. Thanks for sharing.

  2. You made so many wonderful and inspirational projects with these beautiful fabrics. A scarf is a wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing with us.

  3. i would love to make the scraf, i’ve never made one and i’ve never sewed with cuddle fabric. thanks for the chance to win.

  4. You sure made good use of all of that wonderful fabric. Love the bag and the scarf especially. Thanks for the chance to win the scarf pattern.

  5. Cool projects. I know you had fun making them! Awesome fabrics and threads. Have a great day! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  6. This is a beautiful, vibrant collection! I just love to see these fabrics used to make apparel & accessories – your scarf is a wonderful idea! Thank you, Susan

  7. Wow! You really know how to make the scraps stretch for many projects. Everything looks lovely…and the colors are beautiful. How nice that your scarf is pretty and cozy.

  8. I can’t believe all of the wonderful projects you made from Jackie’s scraps! They are all beautiful! I love the blues and purples in this collection. Thank you for the chance to win your scarf pattern.

  9. This fabric collection is just so beautiful!!! Your projects really enhanced their beauty!! Thank you for the opportunity to win your scarf pattern.

  10. I would love your scarf pattern. I have been trying all kinds of scarfs to wear with my winter coat. It needs one to keep me warm.

    Thank you for the chance to win one.

  11. Would also like your scarf pattern! I really enjoyed your program in Castle Rock, CO. Thanks for sharing all your beautiful quilts and your scarf!

  12. WOW! What beautiful projects with these awesome batiks! I would absolutely love to win your scarf pattern! Thank you so much for the chance to win. šŸ™‚

  13. Your projects are lovely! Thanks for the chance to win your scarf pattern–I’m trying to make gifts all through the year, and your scarf would be perfect for that plan. šŸ™‚

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