I am honored to be included on this blog tour along with such a diverse and talented line
up of fellow bloggers.
Thank you, Sarah for including me.
I have known Sarah and her family for many years. Her passion for quilting
and teaching has always been apparent in everything she touches.
|Material Obsession by Kathy Doughty and Sarah Fielke|
Sarah’s first two books, Material Obsession one and two, hold treasured spots on my bookshelf
and I can’t wait to add her newest, self published title, Quilting From Little Things.
Sarah’s newest book, Quilting From Little Things, is a feast for the eyes with
brightly colored quilts, brilliant photography and
close-up detailed pictures.
Click here for a look.
You may wonder about the name of the book….Quilting From Little Things.
Sarah’s passion for teaching continues in this book by clear detailed illustrations and instructions to make a “dolly quilt.”
Sarah teaches a new technique, how to practice it and accomplish the technique
by making a small doll quilt. Then move on to using the same technique
to make a larger version with your new skill set.
The techniques include projects from beginners to advanced including
foundation piecing, set- in seams
This quilt is my current obsession.
Feathered stars have always been on my to do list.
I had a piece of paper hanging on the wall behind my sewing machine with all of my UFO’s. On the top of the page, I had written, TO DO LIST.
Sometime, I am not quite sure when, my husband had added the words… in this lifetime. Do you have a to do list of quilts you want to make that is longer than any one lifetime?
This quilt has moved up my perpetual quilt…to do list.
I am actually waiting for a new Christmas 2012 fabric line to arrive any minute
because this is the quilt I am going to make.
One more comment about Sarah and the quilts in this book.
Sarah’s color sense and combination of fabrics is inspiring. There is an international flair
(after all she is from Australia) to the combination of scale, color and design.
Ask for this book at your favorite independent quilt retailer.
Thank you for stopping by, now hop on over to see what the prolific Monica has to say…
The Happy Zombie http://thehappyzombie.com/blog/
Friday 2nd December:
Mrs Schmenkman Quilts http://mrsschmenkmanquilts.wordpress.com/
True Up http://www.trueup.net/
Saturday 3rd December:
Pink Chalk Fabrics http://pinkchalkstudio.com/blog/
Pam Kitty Morning http://www.pamkittymorning.com/
Sunday 4th December:
Sew Mama Sew http://sewmamasew.com/
Pat Sloan http://patsloan.com/
If you are just joining the blog tour, please visit my fellow bloggers that have posted earlier in the week.
Monday 28th November:
Fat Quarterly http://www.fatquarterly.com/blog
Amy Ellis http://amyscreativeside.com/
Tuesday 29th November:
Thomas Knauer http://www.thomasknauersews.com/
Wednesday 30th November:
Camp Follower Bags http://campfollowerbags.com/
Ryan Walsh http://www.ryanwalshquilts.com/
That star quilt has been on my to do list too.
I have ordered the book and am anxiously awaiting its delivery. I can't wait to try these small blocks out and who knows, maybe make a big version. Thanks for the blog hop. It's a great way to find great new books.
Had to laugh I have a list like that AND I keep adding to it! I love this book, have always admired Sarah's work.
that quilt would be beautiful in Christmas fabrics just as the quilt on page 75!
my 'to do list' is Infamous! in 2012 I'm hosting an entire year of 'Finish It Up' FIU for short.. so that we can enjoy those items on those lists we have.. and I got all my projects out.. counted them.. listed.. sorted.. culled.. already for 2012!
Gotta make me at least one Feathered Star Block in 201. I need this Book!