Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The Paper Pieced Home Sneak Peak

A sneak peak at something I am working on. I love how it is working out. 
It's from The Paper Pieced Home by Penny Layman.
I'll be sharing the full block next week, but meanwhile check out some other blocks from the book from these wonderful people.
The Paper-Pieced Home
Blog Tour Schedule
3/16       McCall’s Quilting / Sewing Machine Block
3/17       Love of Quilting / Review
3/17       Sandi Sawa Hazlewood  of Crafty Planner / Watering Can Block
3/18       Quilty Pleasure (Quiltmaker blog) / Review
3/18       Imagine Gnats / Rotary Phone Block
3/20       Verykerryberry / Lion Block
3/21       Artisania / Cast-Iron Skillet Block
3/23       Where the Orchids Grow / Lamp Block
3/24       Katie Blakesley of Swim Bike Quilt / Layer Cake Block
3/24       House on Hill Road / Oven Mitt Block
3/24       Lee Heinrich of Freshly Pieced / BBQ Grill Block
3/26       Pink Penguin / Allie-Gator Block
3/26       A Happy Stitch / Giraffe Block
3/27       Bijou Lovely / Jar Block
3/27       Two Little Banshees / Saucepan Block
3/27       Charise Creates / Espresso Mug Block
3/30       Karen Lewis Textiles / Couch Block
3/31       Poppyprint / Clawfoot Tub Block
3/31       One Shabby Chick / Stack of Books Block
3/31       During Quiet Time / Sleeveless Dress Block
4/06       Pat Sloan The Voice of Quilting / Author Podcast Interview
By Penny Layman
Interweave/F+W; $26.99


    Sue Rostron said...

    Hi Kate, I am going through cancer treatment so have not been able to buy your book yet but hopefully we get good news about finances soon as I still plan to get one.
    Anyways as I have lost my hair I thought I would try some knitting and have had a fun but very holey attempt at knitting a hat band on circular needles.
    I seem to remember reading you taught yourself to knit so I will persist. I have always dropped too many stitches but figure that k nit young just takes patience and practice.. One upside of having rest time at home is i can risk picking up the needles and not getting too cross with myself!
    Anyways, still love your blog, your talent and seeing your beautiful family growing.

    Sue Rostron said...

    K nit young was meant to be knitting....

    Kate said...

    Hi Sue, youtube is great for knitting tutorials! Can you let me know your email address - mine is