Thursday, March 29, 2012

I'm A Guest Blogger Today at Sew We Quilt!

It's a month of table runners over at Sew We Quilt blog this month, and today I'm a guest blogger there.  Here is a sneak peek of the photo from the tutorial that I posted there today. 



I hope you will hop over to Sew We Quilt to see my post and leave a comment.

My green Nearly Insane quilt is also over there on the banner for this month. 

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Thanks for stopping by for a visit today!

46 comments:

Maria said...

Congratulations Lu Ann. You always do lovely work.
Will pop over now to have a look.

Editfolt said...

I love red color. beautiful.

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

congratulations LuAnn,
I´ll pop over right away, it very exiting ☺
Liebe Grüße
Bente

Sallie said...

Your work is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

Kat Scribner said...

That's a great tute, LuAnn! and your projects are beautiful, as always. Great job!

Vivian said...

Was just there and loved your tute and the table quilt and mat!

Rosa said...

Thats a fantastic tutorial,thanks for sharing and love your projects.I`m a new follower and nice to meet you!

Sarah said...

Great tutorial! Though I have to admit it took me a while to understand what you'd done wrong with the heart.... d'oh! Worth it to get your hexy rug too.

notqnot said...

Love your table topper!

LeAnne said...

Great save on the stitchery pattern. Love the design of this table mat.

Amorette said...

such a beautiful tute! i love the colors, so bold and pretty.

LeslieG said...

Thanks for the great tutorial over at Mdm Samm's. It's a wonderful combination of handwork and piecing. Congratulations on your new grandson, too!

KatheG said...

I've always loved using quilts on tables but your hexagon 'mistake' is fantastic. Thanks for showing how to make lemonade out of a lemon (not that your work is anything like a lemon - you know what I mean). Thanks.

Gina S. said...

beautiful runner!

Linda said...

JUST GORGEOUS>LOVE RED AND WHITES SO MUCH! THANK YOU FOR POSTING ABOUT THIS PRETTY PROJECT!

msstitcher1214@yahoo.com

Lynda said...

Good tutorial - a two-fer. beautiful table topper and a great mat - don't you just love red and white together.

Rhonda G said...

Love the tutorial. What a gorgeous table cover. Thanks so much for sharing over at Madam Sams.

Bobbie said...

HOpped over from MadameSamm's - I love the reds and whites together- sooo pretty! thanks for the tutorial!

Snoodles said...

Great tutorial at Sew We Quilt! Love the red and white! :)

ritainalaska said...

enjoyed the tute ... love the leftover block! nice of mme samm to have you and send us here. great blog!

Quilter Kathy said...

What a gorgeous project! Just beautiful!

heartsease54 said...

What a gorgeous table cloth. I love what you did with the "block gone wrong"-wonderfully doable and a great tutorial.

iluvmybugs said...

OMG...I love your tablecloth...your redwork is beautiful and your 'oops' turned into an amazing table mat!!! TFS :o)
~Terry~

whistlebet57 said...

Thank you for the tut. I love it!

db said...

thanks for the tut - GREAT instructions for a novice quilter.

Linda said...

Your leftover block turned out so cute as that hexagon tablemat. I love both of these. Congrats on being the guest blogger. Your quilts look wonderful! Thanks for sharing the tutorial too.

rockgranny said...

Like the combination of handwork and piecing. Great tutorial , thank you

JD said...

I like the idea of being able to use the table runner for more than one holiday. It is beautiful.

Wivi said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I will try it out.

Cyn ;-) said...

Great idea! Thank you for sharing the "how 2's".
Congrats on your invite to be a Guest Blogger. You designs are super.

Janet O. said...

Nice little topper you made with you "oops" block, LuAnn. Great tutorial!

Cecilia said...

I love your table topper. Red is such a vibrant color to work with. Thanks for the great tutorial.

Patty D from NC said...

Enjoyed you tut and what great embroidary. Thanks for sharing!

I Quilt for Fun said...

Great Job! Love them both. Jan

ktru456 said...

Love the table cloth! Beautiful work!

Jodi said...

Oh gosh! I loved both your red and white quilt and the table topper you made. Love your embroidery as well. I'm making a red and white quilt with redwork as well. It has snowmen and birdhouses on it and hope I can get it done before Christmas. hehe. Thanks for a great tutorial!

~ Julie ~ said...

Your work is so beautiful!!! I love how these turned out!!! By the way, CONGRATULATIONS on being a new Grandma!!! I had a grandson that was born on March 16th! He's our third grandchild! Being a Grandma is the BEST!!! =D

Jennyroo said...

Love the green quilt in the blog header at Sew We Quilt! Thanks for sharing!

Marcia W. said...

Enjoyed your post and lovely quilts at sewwequilt. The redwork is awesome.

Marcia W. said...

Enjoyed your tutorial and quilts at sewwequilt.

Grammasheri said...

Thank you for the tutorial Luann! That heart stitchery is so sweet! (Love the Nearly Insane quilt, too!)

Nancy B said...

I'm here from Sew We Quilt. What a great way to save a beautifully embroidered square. Your table cloth quilt and table topper are gorgeous!

Kris said...

Great save on your embroidered lock. The hexagon mat is so cute. Glad you were asked to be a guest contributor. You did a very nice job.

KOcanQuilt said...

I love this pattern and I love how you put it all together! The stitching is just gorgeous. Thank you for sharing.

Anne said...

Beautiful work! Thanks for sharing your tutorial!

Jaly Can said...

We've long been inspired by urban art and have finally created a collection that pays homage to this secret addiction of ours!

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