Time Out !

July 19, 2018 5 Comments

Time Out !

I have had some time out from the blog......and all other social media. Taking a break from cyber space while I work hard on some secret squirrel projects. I can't wait to show you all the things I have been up to, but unfortunately you will have to wait a while.

However I am getting excited about getting back to some of the projects I have had to put on hold. I will be making some class samples which will be fun, I have several classes booked for later this year. I am looking forward to getting out and about, and sharing with you all. 

My Roses quilt is one of the projects I am itching to get back to, I will share more progress pics as I go with you all.

Along with all of this I have had fun with the BOM 2018 and love seeing all the progress pictures over in the Sharon Keightley Quilts Face-book Group you can also find all the blocks and information in the group files. They will be available for free until the end of August after that the pattern will be available on the website. Any ideas for a name for this quilt would be appreciated.

I have more ideas for fun projects (sew alongs, BOM's) planned in the future.

 Happy Stitching

Sharon




5 Responses

Diane Miller Bertrand
Diane Miller Bertrand

August 02, 2018

I loved making the berry quilt Sharon – thank you so much. A good name would be “Winter Berries”. Can’t wait for the next project !!!

Sharon Keightley
Sharon Keightley

July 26, 2018

Hi Paula I would love to have you in my class. I have an applique coming up at Grandmothers Garden Quilt shop in Gordonton. The class in mid November. Give them a call if you are interested.

Paula mallasch
Paula mallasch

July 26, 2018

I’m keen to join a class where ever your holding them. Please let me know if there are any spaces available

Edna Powers
Edna Powers

July 20, 2018

Looking forward to seeing your new projects. I really enjoyed working on your BOM 2018. If your teaching schedule includes California USA, would like to take a class. I like your style 😊

Veronica Rutter
Veronica Rutter

July 19, 2018

Really looking forward to viewing your secret squirrel stitching.

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