Thursday, September 26, 2019


This week I got to test a pattern for Darcy Stewart Hunter from Darcydoodlequilts in Canada.  We belong to the same FB group called Quilt Pattern Designers.  She asked for some volunteers so I raised my hands.  :-)  

It's a small wall hanging art quilt and here is the picture of the finished piece.

"Autumn at the Lake". 

It's a really fun quilt to make and I had a great time.  Darcy has an etsy shop at :  She has quite a collection of her wonderful one-of-a-kind works.

Remember the Valley MQG's charity quilt that's hung at QuiltCon?  We donated it to the Special Olympics, through our local quilt shop.  The owner of the shop posted this on FB. 

I'm so glad that the quilt is being used for a very good cause.  We are getting ready for our trip at the end of the month.  I probably will not post anything here because I will not be sewing, therefore I won't have any new project to show.  I'm sure I'll post pictures of our trip on Instagram.

Have a wonderful sewing time!!!!

Link to:
Midweek Makers@QuiltFabrication


  1. What a beautiful quilt! It reminds me of an illustration from a children's book. Well done!

  2. Hi, Margo! Glad I revisited your post today because last time I was here I followed your link and fell right down the rabbit hole, never returning to leave a comment. I absolutely love this wall hanging! It DOES conjure up images of a children’s book, as Rebecca mentioned. My partner is into folk art and he’d love this, too! Did you hang it?


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