AccuQuilt Blocks on Design Wall

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It might be time to make a new table runner for Valentine’s Day. When I was moving everything to my new studio I found some pieces of blocks……..I know I’m not the only one who finds things like that.

AccuQuilt Blocks on Design Wall

I must have been trying something out and using scraps as I couldn’t find anymore of the rosebud red print or the white print so……I just added in some other fabrics. These were made using one of my favorite AccuQuilt GO! dies – I used the AccuQuilt GO! 55409 Triangles in a Square 4″ finished squares which is the same one I used the other day for the Twinkle Stars blocks.

AccuQuilt Blocks on Design Wall

There is a Island Batik Ambassador blog hop coming up in February and I’ll be sharing 2 different quilt projects. The first one I’ll make will be with this beautiful collection of Crystal Cove.

Crystal Cove batik collection
There will be tutorials, giveaways and lots of fun!
Crystal Cove batik collection


Crystal Cove batik collection

Here is a little sneak peek at my quilt project.

Crystal Cove batik collection

Today I’ll be putting the binding on the last two quilts for Spring Quilt Market, whew……that will be a relief to know I have them done! After taking a bunch of photos I’ll be able to get them in the mail
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  1. Christine Smith says:

    love your site connie easy to follow and so down to earth and good tips

  2. Karla Brown says:

    The red and white stars are beautiful! Can't wait to see you batik projects!

  3. Love the red and white! I am sure it will turn out beautiful as always. 🙂

  4. I love the colors in the batiks, Can't wait to see what you do with it.

  5. Love the red and white stars. What a nice surprise to find that fabric and immediately know what you wanted to do with it. And what fun new batiks to play with.

  6. Hi Connie! Somehow stars in red and white are the best! I love that beautiful batik collection! x Teje

  7. It's always so much fun to get reacquainted when cleaning!!! 😉 That batik strata is gorgeous.