Sunday, March 15, 2015

Tree Bird Blog Hop (and a little house keeping)

Welcome to my edition of the Tree Bird Blog Hop. I must start off with an apology, as you will soon see, this is a very long post!  Thank you Studio E for this wonderful line of fabric. They are just truly amazing.  We couldn't have done it without Lana, who spread her wings and kept us all in line!  Thanks Miss Lana, you were a fabulous leader!   Madame Samm, who inspires us daily not only with her creativity, but those fabulous photos she posts, of the birds in her yard!  No wonder this hop called her name!
 ;-)

This fabric jumped out at me... there were so many ideas running thru my head when I saw it. Topped off with it happening at a time when I was gutting my sewing room and finding things I bought long ago... stashed and forgotten.  I'm sure none of you have ever done anything like that!   LOL!! Timing was perfect and I am happy to say, I got some de-stashing done, along the way!


I was very intrigued with the tree panels.
The first thing to pop into my mind was a picnic tablecloth, and I had a
piece of fabric in my stash that would work just great!
(my dining room table is standing in for the picnic table, that is under snow right now)
LOL!!


I made up little bird house's for the sides,
 to show off those cute little panel prints.

Since many table cloths are flannel backed,  I got to thinking...
WalMart was clearing out their flannel sheet sets...
I washed them up in hot water before I quilted it, and it worked like a charm!
I think I have to go back and pick up a couple more before they are gone.
;-)


 I've had a love affair with fabric bowls lately...
and found more clothesline was in my stash that I didn't know I had!
LOL!!


On a real picnic there are always things that need "contained".
Napkins, paper plates, etc etc...
As for now, it's a perfect fruit bowl!

 Next up, while cleaning, I found this pattern 


It couldn't have been that long ago that I bought it, cause it's
 still available...But I sure don't remember!
:-)
Market bags are all the rage...I zoomed in on that one on the lower right...
the insulated one!


That's the one I needed.
Perfect for trips to the grocery store...
or for road trips... your drinks are cool and 
convenient. I have a very old one from Keebler Cookies.
Remember the Elves???
It's tattered and torn, but we used it anyway.
(now I can throw it away)
:-)

Notice the "wings" on the sides. If you look closely at the pattern 
photo, you see they hook right onto the bag racks at the grocery store.
Now is that convenient or what?


 All this insulated fabric was in my stash along with the duck cloth...
Safely hidden from me.
Its had to have been at least 10 years ago I bought em...
Shame on me!



This birdhouse print is my absolute favorite.
Now, I've never been one to wear an apron...
but a few months ago while at friends, they insisted.
I had never seen one with a hand towel stitched in it before...
What a great idea.
Nothing beats a towel at your fingertips!


This pattern was a freebie I found online.
You can find it on 5Berries Sewing Patterns
(it's linked for you)
I made a couple of changes...
It was supposed to be reversible, but with the hand towel, it wasn't going to work.

I prefer not to have those long straps to tie, so I shortened them up
and added Velcro. 
Its a great pattern with easy to follow instructions.
Thanks 5Berries!


There was just enough insulated fabric and birdhouse fabric leftover to make a 
couple of oven mitts and a hot pad.

The oven mitt pattern is from 
Warm Company
and you can download it right 
NOTE: I just found out that the original link  for the oven mitt was not working.
The Warm Company has updated their web site since I wrote my post.
The link is now correct. Sorry about that!
:-)

The binding on the mitts and the hot pad, is actually Bias Tape.
My mother in law gave me loads of trims and tapes before she passed away.
This should make you laugh...


I do remember the days that Penney's sold fabrics.
I don't remember the days when bias tape was 19 cents!
LOL!!
Gosh, I kind of feel like I have an antique heirloom! 
Wonder what kind of art quilt could come of this label???
;-)

I have to say, having put an "Inspired LED" light on my sewing machine, 
was one of the best things I have done! I love my little Bernina, but it's light is pretty sad.
So many shadows...so little light.


Just look at how things brightened up with the light.

 And my eyes loved it too!
It's heaven for sewing on dark fabrics.
These little lights are just the greatest.
At one time I had another brand on my machine that cost twice as much,
but they were bulky, and eventually it peeled off, 
with all my free motion quilting.
I think these are going to be much better as they are only 
3/8" wide and 1/8" thick!

 It even has a switch that attached nicely on the side of my machine...

This Sewing Machine LED Lighting Kit is from 
Inspired LED for only $30
You can find more about them at www.inspiredled.com
They have a huge array of very affordable LED lighting, and just about any length you can imagine. You just cut them to fit with a pair of scissors!


 Lastly, I love these "Sam's Club" tote bags.


They are a whopping 17" wide 13" tall, and 11" deep.
You can sure load up a lot of stuff in these things.
Do they sell them anymore?
NO
so I had to make my own pattern.

If you come back tomorrow for a visit, I will have a tutorial posted for it.
My very own Tree Bird version!
In the mean time...
 maybe I'll stop in Sam's Club and just gloat about my bag a bit!
tee hee
.

Give away time.
 I have a set of these adorable little panel prints just for you...
and a couple other things
(It's a secret)
;-)


Leave me a comment telling me you either liked Moosestashquilting.blogspot.com on Facebook., where you will see my latest blog posts, or your following MooseStashQuilting, where you will see lots of quilting and stitching related posts. 
There are links on the right side bar of my blog page.
I'm looking forward to seeing you there and hope to inspire you even more!
I will pick my lucky winner on Monday March 23rd, the last day of our hop.

;-)

Oh and  before I forget...
Those Mischievous Moose have been at it again.


While I'm off trying to get them under control, please stop in and visit my fellow bloggers today.
I'm sure they have something "tweet" to show you!

Monday March 16










...Stop it you boys...
Honestly...those moose!








































94 comments:

  1. Joan! You are the enrgizer bunny! Love your projects but that picnic table quilt is by far, most excellente!

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  2. Oh my gosh, your bird projects are fantastic! Your cooler is my favorite, need to get that pattern. I am a loyal follower of your blog. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. JOAN!!!!!!!!!! WHAT!!!!!!! THESE ARE FANTASTIC!!!! I am so Overwhelmed at all you have CREATED! MY goodness!!! I love them all!!! Where to start...well, that picnic table quilt is just so CUTE!!!!! all your kitchen mitts and glove....WOWSERS! Then that insulated bag...Who DOESN'T NEED THAT???? I just sat here in AWE of that Apron!!!! I have never seen one with a towel attached! GREAT IDEA! Oh man! I am so inspired...I want to go back and make MORE!!!! AMAZING JOB lady bird!!!!!

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  4. I was looking for your signature Moose amonst your fabulous Tree Bird projects and YES! at the very end there he is and looking ever so dapper. I adore your picnic themed projects. What a great bonus to have "found" such useful pieces for hopping along. Thank you sew very much for participating. I follow you the old fashioned way. Creative Bird Bliss...

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  5. What fun discovering all that lovely stash that you had hidden away so well! Love all your projects, this fabric is so cute! I follow with bloglovn. I adore your moose :)

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  6. All of your projects are wonderful Joan. I just love your tablecloth. It is gorgeous. How clever giving all the birds a house of their own. Glad to see a moose also popped in! I have your blog on my blog list and follow you that way. Thanks for the lovely giveaway, Joan.

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  7. Love the story about the light at your machine, both my machines needed extra lighting months ago and I purchased lighting for them that attaches to the side of the machine and I'm happy with it. I didn't like how the cord always fell off the hoops, so I taped them on keeping the cord nicely out of the way. This one does look cool, and I may have to give it a try.

    I love all of your projects, the picnic bag is way cool, but I love the apron to, how clever is that to attach the towel, I've never seen that either. As always, great projects.

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  8. I follow your blog and am in awe with the amount of work you've done. Love the apron with the tea towel.

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  9. I follow your blog, and I love all your projects, Joan! The Mischievous Moose is fabulous! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. I follow you on Bloglovin'. I remember the days J C Penney sold Fabric - upstairs in the back on the right - lol. I remember my mother picked up two jackets for me on sale when I was in high school and put them over her arm in Penney's as she was shopping. She forgot about them and walked out of the store. We were a couple of stores down the street when she realized it and I said, "Oh, well!" Boy, did I get my behind reamed and back we went and she had to hunt for a clerk. She told him what had happened and she needed to pay for the sale jackets. I had never shoplifted and never have to this day. That certainly was a lesson to me. It's amazing the life lessons I learned - in Penney's.

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  12. Wow, what a bunch of wonderful projects! The picnic tablecloth is my favorite -- just fabulous! Thanks for the pointing me to the oven mitt pattern -- just the other day my aunt asked if I could make her one, so I needed to find a pattern. And voila! You dropped it in my lap. I had a bit of trouble with your link, but I found the pattern here: http://www.warmcompany.com/images/creative/ibeng.pdf
    I follow your blog via GFC.

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  13. Love all your projects, but those birdhouses on the picnic tablecloth are my favorite! What a clever way to use the panels. Thanks for sharing everything.

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  14. Joan, You always bring a smile to my face with your posts. You made sew many wonderful projects. I love your birdhouses on the picnic table cloth. And of course, that moose just cracks me up. Wonderful projects, all of them. You are so very busy!

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  15. Wow! Fantastic projects! Love your two tone bowl. Everything is fabulous!!

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  16. One fabulous project after another; I really love the picnic tablecloth and bowl! And I do follow your blog on Bloglovin.

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  17. oh oh oh......I love your table cloth!!!!!! all the projects are fantastic, but that table cloth is adorable!!!!

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  18. Wow, Joan! You have outdone yourself yet again! I'm not sure which project I loved best! Great stuff!!!
    (I follow you, of course.)

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  19. What a busy stitcher you have been -- love the most -- new follower on your blog!!

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  20. You have been very creative! I loved it all, but most the picnic table cloth. I am a new follower on your blog.

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  21. Oh Joan, what wonderful creations! You did a fabulous job on your projects, I really like them all! I read your blog.

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  22. Gee... one amazing project after the other.... I'm overloaded with great inspiration. I was wondering when a moose might enter the picture and you didn't disappoint! Thanks so much for all. Oh.... please exclude me from the giveaway... I used this panel for my project and still have some left.

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  23. Joan your moose made me laugh out loud! And I absolutely must make an apron like that so thank you for the link. I love, love the idea of a towel attached! And that fabric bowl - too cute for words. You are just amazing! blessings, marlene

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  24. Wow....you outdid yourself with all of the wonderful bird projects. I LOVE that fabric bowl!!! I'm so glad to see the tree moose make an appearance. The insulated bag is such a great idea as is the towel included in the apron. I always tuck one into my waist band. Wonderful bird day here!!!

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  25. You've bee so busy, Joan, with all your beautiful projects! Thanks for the links. I'm a new follower. :)

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  26. Too bad I can't spell - bee should read been. lol

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  27. You need to give your Moose a Cookie. I'm so glad they liked playing with the birds!

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  28. What a set of projects you have made......such variety! Got to say I enjoyed them all and really love the apron! And you can never have enough shopping bags. Thanks for all of them and enjoy that picnic quilt, it's a keeper!

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  29. your post is great, you sure went to town sewing a bunch of neat things, they all look lovely

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  30. Oh, Joan, you are always the place to stop when I need to smile. Silly moose trying to x out that bird! I remember my mom and grandmother always had an apron with a towel attached and I loved them. I need to run make me one because yours is just too cute! Your picnic table cover and basket turned out just so beautiful and begs for the snow to melt so you can use them. Amazing projects you created with all that cleaning out you did!

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  31. I've been following you for ages. You have been busy with the bird projects. Lots of interesting things. Thanks for sharing & for a giveaway. We could do with some spring here on the eastern edge of Canada - having a major snowstorm at the moment!!! Enough is enough :)

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  32. You have been busy and I love how these are projects to use :) I feel bad for the tree that your moose chooses to sit in!!

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  33. I am now following you on facebook. Thanks for sharing your projects - I think my favourite was the grocery bag.

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  34. WOW! what great projects, if I had to pick one I couldn't because I really liked the apron withthe towel great idea and then the tote that was another good one. Great job and thanks for sharing your talent with all of us bloggers.

    Robin in Washington State
    assweetaspeaches hotmail

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  35. Great Blog!, Thanks for sharing. All your projects are wonderful. Sure would be fun to win :-)

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  36. Oh my gosh Joan have you been busy! I can't decide which project I like the best but.....those birdhouses on the picnic tablecloth are adorable! I remember when Penney's had fabric....gulp. Thanks for sharing everything and I follow your blog and also FB!

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  37. Wow,what a great bunch of projects! I'm inspired. Really love that "tree" fabric with the panels-just amazing! Thanks for sharing!

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  38. You have been very busy. Love all your projects.very nice.

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  39. You have been very busy. Love all your projects.very nice.

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  40. You ALWAYS WOW us with the most inspirational projects! Honestly, I can never keep up with you mainly because I don't sew as well as you sew. I wish I could just sit beside you and learn as you go. Take that insulated bag...no way would I have EVER attempted that pattern!! You make everything look so easy and it's all sewn so professionally. I'm jealous but in a good way!! It's friends like you that challenge me to try new things and give me such great ideas. That apron is a real winner especially because I wear aprons ALL the time. Very rarley do I go a day without putting on an apron. I'm short (5'2) and my tummy catches all the cooking mess, especially around the sink. SEW, I NEEd an apron to keep from looking like Charlie Brown.
    You WOW me
    Gmama Jane

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  41. Wow! What a lot of wonderful projects you were able to complete, I got hardly any done! I Followed your blog, I liked you on facebook. Will not want to miss a thing! I love your picnic theme, would love your scraps! I was unable to find any of the fabric! Take care, Leslie

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  42. WOW... you made so many wonderful projects... each one beautiful in design and purpose.

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  43. You were really inspired by those fabrics! So many great projects - I love the tablecloth quilt! I follow your blog and have liked your facebook page :)

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  44. Liked your page on Facebook

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  45. Joan, I do not know where to begin! Your tablecloth wowed me. The fabric bowl is absolutely fabulous! Seeing your pattern, I chuckled - I picked up the same pattern when JoAnn Fabric offered a 99 cent sale 2 or 3 years ago. Pictures of your insulated bag has me itching to finally make one. The apron is fantastic - I love the addition of the towel. The potholders turned out lovely. And your Tree Moose made me chuckle. I follow you on both Bloglovin' and on Facebook because I love your creations. (However, I have a set of the bird panels, so please exclude me from your generous giveaway.)

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  46. Love your projects, especially the insulated bag. I really need to make one or two! I am one of your blog followers. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  47. Great use of the fabric line! Love all your creative projects. :D

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  48. Holy cow. What a wonderful job you did in creating all your projects. They are fabulous.

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  49. Wowza! Excellent ideas for sewing/quilting as well as for the use of this gorgeous fabric. I, too, love the tree panels. I'll bet you can't wait until the snow melts and the weather warms so you can use that lovely picnic cover. That's an excellent idea to use those clearance flannel sheets - besides the weight and the properties of the flannel will help keep the cover in place when it's outside. That insulated bag is the best! You've got me beat with that bias tape - I have some at 25 cents though it's not Penny's brand. I almost felt disrespectful using some awhile back - it seemed I should frame it or something!! lol That lighting is a wonderful idea. I checked it out and think putting some under my kitchen cupboards might be just what I need in this old house. Thanks. May the Bird of paradise be yours on this springy day here in Iowa. Of course, I've been following for years....:)

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  50. You must be on hyperdrive! Thats a lot'a quilting! Fantastic job! Just started following you on FB! Thanks for the chance to win...I love those birds.

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  51. WOW...... this post is quite amazing! I am sure you will have some sweet tweeting where ever you go with all of these really fun projects. I can tell you were inspired by this fabric line. It is really nice to see it used in so many ways. Great job!

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  52. WOW...... this post is quite amazing! I am sure you will have some sweet tweeting where ever you go with all of these really fun projects. I can tell you were inspired by this fabric line. It is really nice to see it used in so many ways. Great job!

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  53. Wow, everything is so beautiful! I love your apron and the tote to keep everything cold or hot. What a terrific idea. And your Moose. I would have been disapointed if I didn't see a Moise, lol.

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  54. I'm a follower. Have enjoyed your blog for a long time. All of your projects are really nice. Thanks for the chance to win. The fabric is so cute.

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  55. Wow Joan when you got started your creativity just flowed. I am hard pressed to say which one I loved the best but your market or picnic bag was something I could really use and I loved the way you put the hooks on the side to use at grocery store. That is such a beautiful fabric for spring and I can already hear the birds chirping.lol thanks for all of your beautiful projects . I will like you on Facebook.

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  56. You have been a very busy lady! I love the picnic quilt and all the other items you made. Such wonderful items and so very useful as well. I have you on my sidebar and am always inspired by your creativity! Thank you for such a generous giveaway.

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  57. WOW! You made so many fabulous projects with this beautiful fabric. I am inspired and feel that I should head home right away and get busy creating. I follow your blog but will check to see if I have visited you on facebook. Thanks for sharing and all of the inspiration.

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  58. I love it ALL. You did so many things that I now need to go and do. And to top it all off your Moose made me giggle.

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  59. This is a "tree-moose-dous" post! Your creations are sew inspiring as always. The apron with the dish towel is a great idea. I am sewing one of these soon. I do love you new picnic table cloth and bowl and kitchen goodies. Nice de-stashing, my friend. Thanks for sharing ... :) Pat

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  60. WOW, and I do mean WOW. The little "birdhouses" you made for the tablecloth, the basket, that insulated bag. I just love everything. The apron with the built in towel. Wonder if you could button one on so the towel could be washed when needed? I am truly inspired. Unfortunately I am not on facebook and not sure how to follow a blog. But I know where to find you and I'll always be back, if only for the smiles the naughty moose bring. Thanks for an uplifting post.

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  61. Joan, all of your projects are fabulous, as usual. Your tablecloth and the bowl are definitely my favorites. Very creative.

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  62. Wow! I am so impressed by all your projects. My favourite is definitely the apron. The picnic quilt quilt: how clever are those cages?! Cool destashing!

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  63. You have been one busy lady. I can't even choose a favorite. Love them all.

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  64. Loved all your items. Hope they can motivate me.

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  65. Loved all your items. Hope they can motivate me.

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  66. I follow through email. All your projects are wonderful. So fun. Thank you for the apron pattern. I really need to make myself a new one. And I love this idea with the towel attached.

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  67. I follow thru blogger. Have been a follower for quite a while. Love your projects!! My oh my you ARE an overachiever with this beautiful fabric!! (grin) The apron and the picnic tablecloth were my favorites.

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  68. oh, all your projects are lovely. I knew you had to have a moose in there someplace. ;P Thanks for the chance to win this lovely bird fabric panel. I sew wanted to join this blog hop but was too committed at the time. Awesome job thanks.

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  69. Just sew you know the oven mit link you provided for free download isn't a good link. I keep getting file error.

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  70. Oh my gosh! I can't believe how many wonderful projects you made! I am soooooooooooooo in love with that fabric bowl. Gorgeous!

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  71. Holy cow! I feel so lazy when I look at all that you have done! Great projects. I love the tablecloth. I love all of it. What a chuckle to see 19 cents. Glad to see I am not the only one with oldies: stashed away. You are an inspiration. I follow you on google.

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  72. Of course I follow you, you always make me smile. Love the tablecloth and hadn't thought of backing one with a flannel sheet. I have bought them to use for other things though. You really worked your magic and made some dynamite projects.

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  73. Hi Joan! You have had the best fun playing with this fabric for the hop. Love the projects in this post.
    Your picnic table cloth looks wonderful. i do like te birdhouses you made to display the blocks. And the fabric bowl tops it off perfectly. Making an insulated bag to take shopping or on a picnic completes the set perfectly.
    But of course you didn't stop there! Into the kitchen with aprons and oven mitts. Great for when hubby and the boys do the cooking??? :)
    Love your moose in the birds. Can't have a hop without one!
    Thanks, Joan, for a lovely parade!

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  74. Oh my gosh Joan, you got sooooo much done! I am marveling at all of your finished projects, they are all fabulous, but I have to say, I love your fabric bowl, and the apron is awesome! I love aprons.... you displayed the bird fabric so well with all of your projects. Thank you for sharing today and for the chance to win your great giveaway!

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  75. Joan - Absolutely Stunning, all of them! You still crack me up with your mooses.

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  76. So many wonderful projects. Love the bowl and apron ideas and the tablecloth will be lots of fun to use. I follow you through Google friends.

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  77. Joan I love reading your blog as that moose is soo funny and right now laughs are really needed right now since we got some bad medical news on Friday. I LOVE all of your new kitchen items!! I need to make some new oven mitts & hot pads... a matching apron is only excepted too. I would love to be the winner of the bird house panel as I'm getting ready to make a chance to the bedroom and birds is going to be the theme. Thank You for sharing all your pretties with us.

    Toodles,
    Tricia

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  78. Dang lady, you have been BUSY!!!! Great job on all the projects and especially for all the stash busting!

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  79. You have been one very busy lady! I am in love with the insulated bag and the apron is just to cute. Your bowl is inspiring me to try one even if it doesn't turn out half as good but I'm sure with practice I might eventually become as adapt.

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  80. Really nice job with all your projects! I "liked" you on FB...thanks for sharing.

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  81. I can't remember if I commented before. I was here earlier and realized this post of yours was going to be a lengthy story filled with goodies, so I decided I'd have to visit after dinner to soak it all up. Now I will squeeze in some time to catch the tut tomorrow. Your goodies today are marvelous. The insulated tote/cooler bag is just too cool. (Pun intended) and yes I think I remember bias tape aat that price. I guess that makes me officially old. Yes, I follow by email boswel8466

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  82. oh Joan, you never disappoint! everything is lovely. I bought fabric at penny's too. you had to go down to the basement! I like you on facebook and I follow your blog by email. hugs

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  83. Love your picnic quilt!!! And the bird's nest bowl is adorable and so perfect!!! Farm Quilting is your friend on facebook and I get your blog in my email inbox every time!!! I want your picnic quilt - it is just so awesome!!!!! Guess I'll have to get the goodies to make myself one!

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  84. I wondered where your moose was and he didn't disappoint sneaking in there at the bottom of the post! So many things to love on your Tree Bird post. Thought the picnic quilt was wonderful with the birdcage around the edge. Very clever to make a fabric bowl. And what a clever idea with the hand towel attached to the apron - is it loose - just sewn at the top or set into the seam as well? And the insulated bag! Well that's too cool for school!

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  85. I am here, a bit late, but so worth the visit...lovely projects my sweet lady everyone of your projects a delight

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  86. Joan, I am sew inspired by everything you made ! How smart you were to use a flannel sheet for the backing.....awesome idea ! everything was Such great thinking !

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  87. I am now friends with you on Facebook.Just discovered your blog through the Blog Hop.Love that bag wish it was in pdf format so i could download it..Will it stay on your blog so i can come back and find it Your tablecloth is one of a kind.

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  88. I am now friends with you on Facebook.Just discovered your blog through the Blog Hop.Love that bag wish it was in pdf format so i could download it..Will it stay on your blog so i can come back and find it Your tablecloth is one of a kind.

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  89. So many great projects. The picnic table cloth is cute, but then so is everything else. I am a follower.

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  90. Great post. Loved all of your projects sew much ( especially the picnic table cloth), I've started following you on Bloglovin!

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  91. Awesome projects; love the tote bag. GFC follower: nicolesender & Bloglovin follower: Nicole Sender.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  92. Wow. You've sure been busy with the birds. All of your tweeting projects are great. Nicely done.

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  93. They are all just beautiful. I can't tell you which I love more. The apron is so tweet. :)

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