There’s Mustard on My Blade

Bella Solid Mustard, that is.  And a V and Co. print. Oh, and let’s not forget that gorgeous Kona Prussian blue. Sigh…

I have all the pieces cut and there’s a lot of chain piecing happening today.

Chain Piecing Bella Mustard Kona Prussian

See how pretty they are together?

Flying Geese

This is where I am so far:

Flying Geese and HST

I plan on doing a lot of piecing this weekend, provided we don’t lose power. We live on the upper edge of where the ‘monster’ snow storm is going to hit tomorrow and are expecting up to 8″ of snow. So I have stocked up on soup and goodies for the weekend, and plan on just hanging out in front of my sewing machine. Sounds like so much fun!

Be safe, and have a fun weekend!


About Beth

I’m a wife, mother of two, and lover of all things crafty. I love to cook up new things in the kitchen and in my craft room, and sometimes get “licking the spoon” mixed up with “licking the fabric”!!

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11 Responses to There’s Mustard on My Blade

  1. Those fabrics are to die for! If I end up spending a fortune buying Kona Prussian blue, I am blaming you 🙂


  2. Jasmine says:

    That is a pretty combo. Have fun sewing!

  3. Great colors! I love the mix of prints and solids!

  4. Bonnie in Va says:

    I get such a kick out of quilters knowing the color name of Kona fabric. I love Kona snow but have been buying other colors recently — a lime green and a grey but didn’t look at the names. Your mustard and blue are going to make a great looking quilt. How’s the snowfall going? We think we got about 16″ and it is finally stopping. We actually saw the moon a little while ago. I’ve been holed up in the studio doing my thing. Hope you had some productive sewing time.

  5. Those colors are so good together. Looking forward to seeing what you put together this weekend. Stay warm and dry!

  6. Susan says:

    So curious now about what’s happening here. I look forward to seeing the bright and cheerful quilt you are making.

  7. Kimberly says:

    That is indeed a yummy fabric combo, and your piecing looks perfect! However, I have no sympathy for your 8 inches of snow as they put the numbers ’30’ right over my little town, sigh. Two trips to the fabric store in the last 12 hours and I’m ready to be marooned — lol.

  8. Tish says:

    Beautiful! I’m in love with those colors. I figured I would start baking some things tonight to have in case we lose power. I think we are supposed to get a bit more than you guys 🙁 Stay warm, Beth! Break out the quilts and candles 🙂

  9. I hope you don’t get too much snow. I am right at the southern part of the storm so they are predicting ice instead of snow.

  10. LOL, the title of the post really drew me in. 🙂 I hope you stay safe and warm, with power, and have a great time sewing this weekend!

  11. acbeier71 says:

    I’ll be sewing away too. We are not on the coast, fortunately. So they say it will not be as bad for us because we are inland. Hope it’s not too bad for you and you don’t lose power.

    Love those fabric choices.

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