Monday, March 28, 2016

What are you making? #mystashmystyle Contest!

I'm so excited to see what you might be making! We had winners drawn last Wednesday on Tonya Alexander's blog, and on mine. The gal whose name I drew, hasn't responded yet to me can check out all the details for the contest again for a refresher, if you haven't started yet on the post last Monday!


Tonya will be showing you what she has been working on over at her blog,

Here is her book...

Okay! Let's let the fun sure to follow on Instagram, and share your photos at #mystashmystyle!

Here is what I have been working on from Tonya's book Stash Lab...

I decided to just make three blocks, and turn it into a table runner. I used wool for the border applique and the centers of the Dresden blocks.

It is so fun to see how different a project can look by just changing the colors!


After years of owning a quilt shop, I never had much time to hand quilt, even though I love to. Tonya inspired me to hand quilt this, because her quilt looked so wonderful hand quilted.

What projects from our books will you be making? We can't wait to see!

Here is my book...

If you didn't win the e-book, and would love to get started on one or more of the projects, go to


Happy quilting, and watch for Tonya's post!




  1. I enjoy the primitive look of projects but what i really like are the comforting colors. I likemaking wall hangings and table runners.

  2. Great Cynthia! Do you plan to join into the contest challenge?

  3. See that you also love folk art quilts, fun to make.
    Greetings, Floor

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  5. My English is very bad I leave to care google translate LOL. I just found your blog and love it! I love doing Dresden plates and wool patch ..... The only concern is that in France there is one shop that is well provided in color but it's quite expensive, but good as they say when you love it does not count ..... I love what you do and in December I think give me your book which I hope will be successful. Sincerely Fran