Sunday, October 26, 2014

Galaxy-Gram! Sisters Choice Sunday!

Hello from Stitchin Heaven in Mineola, TX!

We've been working this morning on Sisters Choice 9 patch centers all the way up to lunch and after some show and share we will turn our attention to turning does centers in to star blocks.

Another great day in Texas just sewing up all the scraps!


  1. I'm sorry we missed each other at the Sweet Potato Festival, but so glad you got to enjoy our small town fair! (Did you get some of the sweet potato ice cream? Oh. My. Gosh!)

  2. How fun to see so many Sister's Choice blocks developing - I've been working on this quilt myself and have all blocks done and am looking forward to getting it further along when I get home.

  3. There is always something interesting about stars in quilts ... the 2 go hand in hand :). Love your pattern!
    It is on my to-do list near the top :)

    Smiles, JulieinTN

  4. The two ladies in the next to the last photo shared our table at Collaboration Celebration! Sorry I can't remember their names! But say hi from Carol in NJ!

  5. This is one of my favorite blocks. I have a quilt using it, but it's not scrappy. May have to make another one some time - I'll add it to the list. LOL Just found out that I made the cut to attend 2 days of class with BOnnie in May - excited already.

  6. This one has been on my bucket list a long time!

  7. Not at all surprised to see Pat travel all the way to Texas and to see her there with Charlotte.

  8. What fun to see the Sister's Choice blocks going together! My own sister requested two of these so I made them for her and they look awesome together. Thank you so very much for this free pattern that looks fabulous with my "everything" scraps!

  9. Breath-taking red featherweight! I have machine envy ...


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