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Friday, October 15, 2021

Halloween Tic Tac Toe

 Have you been Halloween stitching?

I've been having so much fun with it.

This is my newest pattern and it's free over at Thermoweb,

Halloween Tic Tac Toe Game.

My kids have already played with it.

It's so fun to use as decor on a side table and can be played anytime during the season.

It only takes a few things to make this fun

Halloween Tic Tac Toe Game.

HeatnBond EZ Print Lite  iron-on adhesive – 2 sheets
along with fabric, felt, and Aurfil thread.

You won't believe how easy HeatnBond EZ Print Lite makes it to create the game pieces.

Check out the free pattern over at Thermoweb.

This is my favorite time of year for stitching.
We have a blog hop starting Monday 
I'll be sharing a little more stitching for Halloween.

Sunday, September 26, 2021

No Ring November Mug Rug Blog Hop Sign-Ups

 Today I am happy to announce a new stitching blog hop.

What is a Blog Hop?

It's like a "show and tell" online.
Our blog hops feature sewing and quilting and are like joining a quilt guild without leaving home.  Once the theme (challenge) is presented we set to work sewing.
We inspire each other with projects, tutorials, or patterns.
Anyone can follow along.

There are about 2 months to sew something and join in on the fun.  
It's another easy theme that should have you thinking of lots of things you could make.

The Challenge: 

Create something to protect those surfaces.
A mug rug, coaster, small placemat, anything to prevent those pesky rings on a table.
November is a busy month, so this should be a quick project.
Take a sip of a drink and make something to set it on.

The Rules:  

Post on your assigned day at 12:00 am Eastern time.
Have a giveaway or don't have a giveaway. It's totally optional!
Visit everyone's blog on the list and leave a sweet comment. Make friends!!!!

Are you in?

YES, that really is gochefs!!!!!!!!

Send me an email with the following information:
Your first name
Your email address
Your blog name
Your blog URL

Subject Line: No Ring!

PLEASE, email me the info.
I do know most of you, but if you don't send the info, I have to look up all your information.

If you have emailed me and don't hear from me within a few days, please email me again or contact me on Facebook.  Sometimes Hotmail eats my homework...lol

Remember, this is for fun.
Let's grow together!!!!

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Welcome Fall - I'm Falling For You Blog Hop

  Welcome to the first day of the

I'm Falling For You
Blog Hop!

I'm happy to kick things off with
Welcome Fall

Joan at MooseStash Quilting presented bloggers with the challenge to make something for 
fall or fall-inspired.
Thank you, Joan, for inviting me to join this super fun blog hop!

Welcome Fall is a wall hanging that I designed with raw edge applique for my front door
is the perfect addition to my fall decor.
The leaves will be falling soon and I thought it would be fun to incorporate a basket of leaves.
I added dimension with leaves around the binding too.

My favorite product for raw edge applique is from Thermoweb.
It's HeatnBond EZ Print Lite iron-on adhesive so you can skip tracing by just printing the templates right on the paper side of the fabric adhesive.

Get inspired by all the blogs posting for Fall this week:

Monday, September 20

Tuesday, September 21

Wednesday, September 22

 Thursday, September 23

 Friday, September 24

It's so fun to get inspiration from Blog Hops.
I'm sure we will have way too many ideas swimming in our heads by the end of the week.

See you next month when Carol at Just Let Me Quilt hosts the 
Ghastly Ghouls blog hop!

Official sign-ups for the November Blog Hop will start soon 
(after the I'm Falling for You hop is over).

Stay tuned for the announcement here at 
Creatin' in the Sticks.

Happy Fall!

Saturday, August 28, 2021

Fall Stitching with Thermoweb

 It's time to start a little fall stitching.

This is my newest pattern and it's free over at Thermoweb.

It only takes a few things to make this fun

Happy Fall Gnome Mini Quilt.

and a little bit of fabric.

I also have a super quick free tutorial over on the 
Thermoweb Blog for these festive
Fall Coasters

These are so quick and easy.
You can make a set for yourself and a friend.

This is my favorite time of year for stitching.
I've only just begun...

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Is It Red or Is It Orange? - Orange You Glad Blog Hop

  Welcome to Creatin' in the Sticks 
my day - the final day for the Orange You Glad Blog Hop.

To all that participated or commented -
Thank you so much!
I enjoy hosting blog hop events so much.

My head is swimming with all kinds of ideas
and I can't wait to get to playing with orange!
But first, it's my day to show my
Red and Orange Turtles
do a little color play.

When the idea for this hop came along, my first thought was that I needed to use up some of the orange scraps in my ever-growing stash.

Then one day, I remembered a long argument...

You see, my mom had this turtle (she may still have it)
It was a little handcrafted bobblehead turtle that was so cute.
Similar to these...

I made a comment about how cute her little orange turtle was
she said, "It's RED!" 

Isn't funny how somethings look orange at one time and then look red at others.
It's all about the environment for some reds and oranges.

These turtles share a couple of fabrics - it's all about what you put the fabrics with.

The English paper pieced pattern for the turtle 
free from Abby Glassenberg - Tilly the Turtle

They are about 6".

I own Abby's Puzzle Ball Animals Book - I have it in my list to make a couple.

Can you spot the same fabrics in both the red and the orange paper pieces?
Color is so interesting.

We are celebrating the color orange!

I'm sharing my day with these bloggers:

This blog hop is for everyone!
Have fun visiting each blog and making new friends.

They have worked hard to show us some new ideas, so be sure to thank them with 
a sweet comment!

Find the rest of the schedule by clicking HERE.

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Thanks for stopping by!