Friday, August 24, 2012

Bowls With Borders Blog Hop and Giveaway

I am so excited to be part of my first official blog hop ever - the Bowls With Borders Blog Hop! If you haven't visited here at Kathy's Quilts before, welcome to my quilting blog! And if you have visited before, welcome back!
I live in Ontario, Canada, and have been blogging about my quilting addiction adventures since 2006. I joined the Bowls blog hop because I enjoy paper piecing, and I loved the pattern that inspired this blog hop.
I had great fun dreaming up creative versions of possible bowl quilts to create, but went with my first thought:
"If life is a BOWL of cherries, what am I doing in the pits?" (which is a book written by Erma Bombeck)
Here's are my cherry bowls...
A big thanks to designer Regina Grewe for providing such a fun pattern to sew! And thank you to hop cheerleader Carol and hostess Madame Samm!
Paper piecing is one of my favorite block sewing techniques, but I must admit that I always make a big mess. I do try to contain the bits of fabric and paper but find it impossible to be neat and tidy when paper piecing. Do you have the same problem?
In my attempt to be a little more organized,
I like to precut as many of the pieces as I can to the approximate sizes. I picked out my bowl fabrics and cut a piece from each fabric 5" x 2.5". Then I subcut that into 5" x 1.5" and 5" x 1" for each bowl. I also precut the red strips that go across each bowl at .75"...these pieces are small! Then I was organized and ready to start sewing.
I had a great time piecing the bowls (that was my favorite part) and stacked them 7 high. Then I appliqued the cherries which I fussy cut from "Oh Cherry" fabric and embroidered the stems (no, that was my favorite part).
Then onto the border...
I sewed together small scraps from the flower fabrics in the "Oh Cherry" line, and attached a tiny red rickrack at the beginning of the border.
I hand quilted around the bowls and in each border square (really, that was my favorite part). 
Then I hand beaded the bowl bands in beads to match each bowl (okay, for real, that was my most favorite part).
Can you tell that I enjoyed each step of making my cherry bowls?!? LOL
To celebrate the blog hop, what better way than a draw for a "Oh Cherryhoney bun by Me and My Sister. Just leave me a comment below and let me know what you have enjoyed about the Bowls with Borders blog hop
What I enjoyed, aside from seeing all the great quilts, was the number of brave quilters who signed up for the blog hop and were beginner paper piecers, but were willing to try something new...bravo! 
Thanks for visiting my blog and enjoy the rest of the today's bowl blogs:

130 comments:

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

I so love your bowls. Me and My Sister make the prettiest fabrics. I love the ric rac and the beading. And I love that you make a mess because I do too! Thank you for such an enjoyable project.

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Estou gostando muito de todo esse movimento,pois adoro tudo que é papel,não tentei fazer mas, está na lista.Achei o seu muito criativo.Parabéns.

Janet O. said...

Very cute, Kathy. I haven't been doing the blog hop, but I really like your quilt. Yes, I've read that book by Erma. : )

Just Carol said...

I miss Erma Bombeck and her little pieces of funny wisdom; your bowls are a sweet reminder of how much she made me laugh. I don't embroidery (I've been told I should learn it) so I really appreciate the work you put into those beautiful bowls. Hand beading? Oh my goodness--I love it! Thanks for hopping with us and I hope you come back to play with us again. :O)

jatajomi said...

Your bowls are beautiful !

Judy B said...

WOW, you did a fantastic job embellishing your bowls! I love seeing all the different ways a block can be done. Thank you for sharing and the great giveaway.

Julianne said...

hi there, thanks for the giveaway. I have to say I have really enjoyed the blog hop..all the different quilts were just so cute! I love them all!

Sue said...

lol @ your first thought. That is a really cheerful bowl quilt. It is really lovely with all the little details.

Mary said...

Congrats on your first blog Hop. Very Cute Bowls. I used to wake up in time to listen to Erma on GMA every Morning way back when I lived on the farm. I have several of her books. Great idea for a fun quilt. Love the fabric line. Thanks for sharing...

Thearica said...

Such a "cheerry" little quilt! :) Love your choice in fabrics!

Martina said...

Oh your stack turned out so lovely and I love those cherries. Great. What impresses me is that every bowlsquilt is showing something personal from the creator. This is so wonderful!
Be blessed

Die Butjenterin Abschnitt said...

Was für tolle Schüsseln, ich liebe sie. Die Kirschen sind zum hereinbeißen.

Béa said...

Really love your version, thanks for the chance to win, XXX

Farm Quilter said...

Love your bowls and the cherries!!! Hope you are never in the pits!!! I am now following you!

Heleen Groot said...

Those are true summer bowls. Love the cherries!

Cattinka said...

What a beautiful bowl of cherries, and i like the pictures you took.
KATRIN W.

Sue said...

Your bowls are absolutely gorgeous! I love the colors and the fabric you chose. I think my favorite part of the hop is seeing where everyone is from and how each made the bowls their own.

Gill said...

I love your bowls! and the cherries are such fun!
This blog hop has been such fun - I've enjoyed the wide variety of projects stemming from the same pattern! and you're all so clever!!
Thanks for sharing!

Laura VanVleet said...

I love your fabric choice! Beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Such a lovely quilt you´ve done! I love the different ideas to go with the same pattern. Each of us took different fabric and had another idea to bring them into a result. And I was really surprised to see the way which we can go for crazy ideas with best results. I do love colors in different mixtures... to have more ideas on my own. Its inspiring me!
Thanks so much for those beautifull results!
Beate from Gabrielles Atelier

1leonore said...

I love the summer bowls with cherries.
Many greetings from Germany

Lyndsey said...

I love the fabrics you have used in your bowl quilt. the colours are lovely and bright and the designs really beautiful. It is great seeing all the different ways the same bowl pattern has been used to make very different quilts.

Regina Grewe said...

This is such a beautiful quilt, the pastel colors, the beads, the cherries of course, the quilting and last but not least the photo setting among the pink flowers - perfect!
I am glad you participated!
Regina in Germany

charlotte said...

I have enjoyed all the beautiful colors. I love how different each stack of bowls is, and now I want to get the pattern and try it for myself.

Sheila said...

Love your bowls, especially the cherries and rick rack. So colorful! Thanks for being part of the hop.

Madame Samm said...

Good Morning...ahhhh cherries in a bowl and Erma Bombeck mention..what's not to love...in fact love sew much..well I just can't say another word..lol

Marla Nelson said...

Beautiful bowls. It has been a great hop. Nice give away,

The Cozy Quilter said...

This blog hop is right up your alley...a mini quilt with paper piecing, embroidery, appliqué embellishment and a bit of whimsy thrown in for good measure! Your quilt makes me crave a bowl of cherries! Too bad they are not in season!

Renate said...

I agree, PaperPiecing is great.
And your bowls are lovely!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I love your display....very pretty colours and the cherries are a great addition.. Wonderful giveaway too. This blog has been a learning experience; paper piecing, the time involved, and the commitment of everyone involved.

Anonymous said...

I have been looking at these bowl blogs for sometime now, and I think they are great. Yours is especially nice.

Shelia

dortha said...

Love your blog and love your bowls. Keep your quilting adventures coming.

Jeanie said...

Your hanging is fresh and sweet! I thought that the bowl pattern would be limited.....but every day I see so many creative interpretations. Love them all!

Chris said...

Wow...you really did a nice tutorial. Bright, happy bowls. I've have so enjoyed seeing all the creativity and imagination in this blog hop.

Sophie said...

Very nice bowls, the cherries look good.

Gwen said...

I really enjoyed this hop. It is always so much fun to see all the different creations that come from the same basic pattern-- LOVE it! And, it is an inspiration for ME to give paper piecing another try-- my past experiences have been not so great! ;-) Thank you for the chance to win!

Pauline G said...

I have enjoyed seeing such wonderful quilts and the fabric you have used is just great

Nellie Duclos said...

Kathy - I love your little quilt & thanks for introducing me to these fabrics-they're so sweet, especially the flowerly border. The rick rack really stands out and frames the bowls. I also have a tendency to be not so neat when I sew & I think it's because I'm really concentrating on the process. Then when I'm finished I see what a great product I've made and the mess is anticlimatic, a necessary evil! Thanks for sharing and the opportunity to win some new fabric as I am trying to use my "vintage" collection which is a nice way of saying stuff I've collected for years, but haven't yet done anything with! LOL

Candace said...

You continually amaze me with the beautiful quilts you make. I think that no matter the difficulty you jump right in and create something wonderful. Your Cherry Bowls is amazing and I well remember Erma Bombecks book.

Mary said...

You did a very fine job on your project. I love the touch of ric rac as well. I am amazed at all the different uses quilters have come up with for their bowls. So many wonderful ideas.

JanesQuilting said...

I love your bright cheerful bowls, especially the embellishment you put around them to show them off. Yes, this was my first time doing paper piecing. It sure was different but I think I got the knack of it now. I am ready to tackle some more. Thanks for sharing your bowls with us.

Brenda said...
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Brenda said...

Love your bowl of cherries. I have enjoyed seeing blogs of quilters that I didn't know existed.

Susan said...

Your bowls look so fun! I've never done any paper piecing so I've really enjoyed seeing the "finished product" on these posts. I might just get brave enough to try it!

Jennifer Gail said...

I love your bowls. I like seeing everybodies own style.

Pierro said...

ooopsie I just commented on the entry below by accident :-P
here is my comment again :oD
Rosemary B here:
Dear Kathy, I adore your project.
That is really all I have to say, but I will go on :-)
I love the fabric choices you made for the bowls,, and binding, all of the photos of this hilarious process... you did, however, forget to photograph your trashcan with all of that thread! haha
I love Erma Bombeck, she was such a sweetheart of a lady!
Again, the fabrics and the colors are just fantastic together. You are an inspiration
Thank you so much for sharing! and for a contest too, niiiice

Nancy said...

I loved seeeing all the different fabrics used and the different designs using the same basic pattern. Fun! Especially love your 'bowl of cherries'.

Cecilia said...

I love your bowls! But then, I love the fabrics by Me & My Sister. I've enjoyed seeing all of the different ways that people have used their bowls. Thank you for the chance to win.

Needled Mom said...

Great fabrics and I love the ric rac with it. I did a pinwheel quilt in the Oh Cherry fabrics and just love it. Nice job!

tubakk said...

I really love your bowls, as I love many others too. The use of bright colours do me good, and I've got many new ideas for sewing and joining them. Thanks for the giveaway! tubakk@online.no

Vroomans' Quilts said...

What a very pretty bowl quilt! Love the colors and all the added elements to make this such a 'sweet as cherries' piece. Thank you for sharing with us today.

Mary said...

Your bowl of cherries is adorable! What I've enjoyed about his hop is the variety. It's neat to see how one pattern can be interpreted so many ways.
Thanks for being a part of it.

Dianne in the country said...

Hi Kathy,

Love your bowls quilt with the cherries.
I too loved Erma.

Have a great weekend

Dianne

Jean said...

This is so cute! You've done a great job as always!

Anonymous said...

I love your fabric and color choices. And I especially love the cherries in the bowl! So fun and colorful. The blog hop has brought me to alot of great blogs I would have never found on my own. Now my morning coffee time is getting longer and longer. It's been very inspiring. Thanks for sharing with us and for the chance to win.

Ursula

uschbear at gmail dot com

Missy Shay said...

I love your cherry bowls, they turned out great!
missysaprons@gmail.com

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

This has been a wonderful blog hop. Your addition is wonderful. I love the cherries. Thanks for the chance on your great giveaway!

julieQ said...

Your bowls are so pretty! I like the addition of ric-rac, it adds a lot...wonderful!

Bonnie58 said...

I love the variety of bowls in the hop. There are so many creative people out there, it really boggles the mind. Thanks for the inspiration and the opportunity

Kathy H said...

I love to paper piece and remember how I first started and how hard it seemed to me. It was great to see so many people trying something new. I love how cheerful your bowls are and what I like most about the hop (well, like you, there were a lot of things I liked about it) was all the different things that people put in their bowls. So creative.

Connie said...

Beautiful wallhanging and I really love the way you have the cherries falling from the bowl! I love fabrics by Me and My Sister and would love to win this jelly roll! The blog hop has really been fun and it has been neat to see all the different ways people have used the pattern!

Rosa said...

Wonderful bowls and fabrics choice!!

I like seeing the different fabrics used for the same pattern and the different versions that have been made with the same pattern and the touch that has made each one.

Thanks for the opportunity on your great giveaway!!

Abbigail said...

I have really enjoyed the blog hop because I have seen so many different ways to do these bowls! they have all been great and some really good ideas were gathered here.
I love the ric rac you used on your borders. Really makes the cherries pop! Thanks for the giveaway too.

Teresa in Music City said...

It amazes me that so many people can come up with so many different ways to interpret one pattern! Your cherry bowls are simply adorable - makes me want to pluck one out and eat it up :*) You did a wonderful job!!!

Karen said...

Kathy, your bowls are adorable. Looks like you managed to include all your favorite quilty parts into this one little quilt. great job.

Aliceart said...

I love your bowls and the red rickrack really serf them off well.
My favorite part of the blog hp is all the nice people I've met, along with seeing each person individual creativity. Thank you for the giveaway - more fun!

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

Sew awesome. Love the saying, the fabrics, the cherries, the beading, the rickrack.....can you tell I liked every part? Thanks for sharing and the opportunity to win.
Congrats on being one of the chosen.

BizyStitches said...

I have to agree with you about all the new paper piecer's who signed up. I just can't seem to master this type of sewing. There is so much talent out there, and I'm amazed at everyone using the same pattern who different each one is. Thanks for a chance to win.

pennydog said...

I've liked all of the different interpretations of the same pattern to create so many different projects!

Truffle queen said...

GREAT bowls full of cherries! VERY cute! If you use the freezer paper-piece method - you won't have any mess with scraps of paper. Go to Stash Manicure and then to the tutorial of candy corn - it's by "yours truly"! I hope you'll try it - you just might love it! Thanks for sharing and I'm x'ing my fingers that I win your giveaway! LOVE the fabric!

Linda said...

HELLO! I'VE REALLY ENJOYED THE TOUR! YOUR BOWL PROJECT IS MY FAVORITE>SO ATTRACTIVE>HOW ABOUT THAT IN ONE'S KITCHEN! THANK YOU!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

Cathy said...

Love your wallhanging it is beautiful, fun, great idea/addition with the rick rack. This blog hop has sent me to so many fellow quilters, I'm having a great time. Glad you found Bonnie Hunter, her evening cam posts have been what I needed to start again...sewing in the evenings! Thank you for a great stack!
Cathy R
west coast gal

LJ said...

What I have loved about the hop is seeing all the wonderful creativity when each person started out with the same pattern. I especiallly loved your patchwork border and the added ric rac.

hueisei said...

Very cute. I enjoyed seeing so many beautiful bowls :)

Kate said...

Love your bowls! Very pretty! The fabrics are gorgeous.

MoeWest said...

Erma Bombeck was a very funny lady. Your bowls of cherries mini quilt looks nice and summery. I like your fabric choices and the additions of rick rack, beading and of course the cherries. Very well done! What I like most about this blog hop is the variety of ideas all starting with the same pattern. Thanks for the giveaway.

Sheila said...

Erma would have loved this colorful bowls , well done and thanks for the chance at your giveaway :-)

JoyceLM said...

Love your bowls quilt. I've really enjoyed seeing all the different bowl variations & especially the added embellishments. Thanks for the giveaway.

Pauline said...

Hi, I'm a novice to bloghopping and participating aswell, and being new to it I hop from one astonishment to another. First it starts with wondering what other people do with the pattern, (will they like mine?), when it started I was overwhelmed with the colors and ideas of others, all the kind reactions and on my own day I was pampered and cheered on, I could not believe my eyes, what a treat!
But most of all I like looking at the pictures of all the variations made with this one pattern, I never thought this would be possible. ( I sometimes think:"what would Regina think?")
I love your cherry filled bowls, they are great! I hope you enjoy the bloghop just as much as me. Love from Holland!

Kathy MacKie said...

I love your bowls and have enjoyed all the different fabrics used.

Marcia W. said...

The one thing that I really really like about this blog hop is the wide interpretation of the same pattern - it's inspirational. I appreciate the thought, time and effort that each participant spent in creating their bowls with borders. Finally, it is fun visiting and learning about bloggers all over the world and in the US/Canada. Thanks for your contribution to the hop.

Carrie P. said...

Kathy, your bowls are so great. Love the added trim and cherries. Great idea.
I think what I have enjoyed the most about the hop is seeing all the different fabrics each person uses and then how they set the bowls. It has been fun.

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Love your bowls! So bright and cheery. :-) I have truly enjoyed watching everyone interpret the pattern and add the little accents. Its been great fun!

Betty said...

I love your cherry theme and the finished project...such fun fabrics!

Jeanneke said...

G R E A T !!

Peggy H. said...

What a cute little quilt! Like the cherries. What I liked about the blog hop was that being one of those who signed up, I finished a little quilt top. It was fun to see the creativity of some of the women and how each quilt turned out so differently...lots of different personalities out there. I would love to be entered to win some beautiful fabric! Make sure you enter my giveaway at www.neverenoughstash.blogspot.com for a pincushion.

Diann said...

I enjoyed seeing the wide variety of projects people came up with based on one simple, but clearly versatile, pattern.

Debra said...

I have simply enjoyed seeing everyones twist on it all. So much fun. This fabric is gorgeous as are your bowls. Love the little cherries.
Thank you for the giveaway

evelyn said...

Oh I love your fabrics. The rick-rack matching the colour stripe on the bowls and the cherries. Well put together. This blog hop has inspired me to try paper piecing,knowing that a mini quilt is a good challenge and I don't have to do a large bed size quilt to try out a new technique.

Shasta said...

I really thought bowls would be boring, but I have been amazed at the creativity of all the quilters and the way they took the pattern and made it their own.

Pat Converse said...

Love all the color in your bowls!!

Anonymous said...

I love the idividuality of each post on bowls. It has been fun to follow.
prycek@mymts.net

Heather said...

such a fun project. This is my first stop on the tour, so my favourite thing so far are your cherries, no wait, the rick rack.

Wendy said...

Your bowls are so sweet looking, I love the cherries on top. I love meeting new bloggers.

Ariane said...

I love your wall hanging quilt! The fabrics and colors you chose are just wonderful!! I've loved seeing all the different items made from the same pattern. It's amazing the creativity of quilter's and how they can really make a project their own.

Barbara Woods said...

i have enjoyed seeing all the many bowls

Missie of Hallbrook Designs said...

Wow! So so cute! What I enjoyed most is the fact that ll these bowl quilts are so cute! I did not join because I could not imagine a stack of bowls looking cute...I sure was wrong! They have all been darling! Thanks for the chance to win and thanks for showing us your cute quilt!!

Sewgirl said...

I have loved all the creativity in the quilts. No two are the same. Just like us. Thanks foe the giveaway!,

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh baby! I LOVE your version. My day is tomorrow (or really in an hour) and mine seem so plain to all the ones I"ve seen. The thing I have loved the most about this hop is all the variation and unexpected surprises that everyone has taken with the same pattern! It blows my mind!

audrey said...

I love the individual expression in each quilters attempt! Your bowls of cherries are super sweet!

Britt-Inger said...

I love love your stacks and bowls, the fabric, the cherries , yes everything
Thanks for sharing

Robin said...

Your bowls are so cute! I love how everyone took the same simple(yet awesome) pattern and twisted it to their own ideas. So many very different looks that i never would have thought of! What inspiration!

...Gabi said...

your bowls are very nice, i like it
sorry my english is not so good
greetings from cologne
gabi

Michele said...

First of all I just love your stack of bowls. The colors, the fabrics, the cherries....all so wonderful. The hop has been great and it really is getting me very much interested in trying paper piecing myself. Perhaps for one of the other upcoming hops. If you know of a great online place for free patterns I'd love to hear about it.

Nini said...

Beautiful!!! I like your bowls. Great job!
Greetings from Germany
Nicole

Spare Room Quilter said...

I like seeing all the ways paper piecing can be used

mindingmomma said...

I love the bowls coming together and making me smile.

Sherill said...

The creativity has been amazing! Quilters have such imagination! Thank you fo the peek into your life on your blog. I read it each day.

pinsandneedles said...

Wow I this is one of my favorites! Love all the details to your stack of bowls! It has been great fun following all the quilters participating in the hop (sadly I missed this one due to being out of the country) and seeing all the embellishments. I don't often embellish on my quilts but now have so many ideas! Thanks!

Linda said...

Your bowls of cherry's are so pretty! I love the addition of the rick rack!

Julie in WA said...

Lots of wonderful touches to your pretty bowls...the cherries toppling out, the ric rac, the cheery flower border! I have so enjoyed this blog hop, very encouraged by all those who happily tried paper piecing for the first time! I most liked seeing such individual creativity in each new set of bowls!

Susan said...

I have loved all the bowls but most of all the different things that have been put in the bowls! So fun and creative. Thanks for sharing.

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Love your mini! Such fun and happy fabric. The ric-rac is the perfect touch. This hop has been so inspiring, so many different ideas and all inspired by one pattern. I also love that I'm introduced to new blogs of creative and talented people.

Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win.

usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

Love your bowl of cherries Kathy. My favourite thing about the blog hop was visiting the blogs from different countries. Lisa

Dresden Quilter said...

I liked seeing all the different fabrics to make the bowls and how each quilter peronalized it for themselves. Thank you for the giveaway.

Pokey said...

Your bowls are adorable with the broderie perse style appliqued cherries! Pass the bowl, please!
I'm with you, I said before, it takes courage to step up and put your art out there with others who have great ideas. Cheers for all of you ~
:-}pokey

Nancy in IN said...

Love seeing the many different ideas. I don't know what I will do when I get the pattern, but I am thinking a mug rug or pot holder. I love rick rack, so I will use some. Great job.

Katherine said...

Love the colors and of course the cherries!
this has been such a great hop~

carla (http://dancingmoon-carla.blogspot.com/) said...

Hi!!! This is very bright and cheerful!!! Love it!!!! Thanks

TinaW said...

I love all the pretty fabrics going into the bowls.

aiah23 said...

I really like your colorful bowls. I didn't get a chance to keep up with the blog hop this weekend but I came back and I must admit, wow! I saw your 5 yrs in the making quilt and I am in awe!

I guess what I like best about the bowls blog hop is that you get to see how each blogger owns/interprets the design. I love the fabric choices and creativity!

Bobbie Bentneedle said...

I think what I have enjoyed the most is the individual interpretation - sorta like the differences in every person's selection in china. I have 3 different patterns in my cabinet - one very "elegant" W-on-W with silver band, a blue onion style earthenware, and a bold earth-town pottery... And I absolutely love the fabrics you used in your stack!

AnnieO said...

The cherries are a wonderful addition! Love your hand beading dressing them up further. Isn't it amazing how many different varieties of bowls were created? So fun to see. Thanks for the chance to win!

Sharon B said...

I have so enjoyed seeing all the different ways each stitcher has made the bowls her own. There are SEW MANY great and creative ladies out there willing to share. Hops are so much fun!

Anonymous said...

Lovely bowls quilt. I've loved seeing how everyone made the bowls their own. Thanks for the giveaway. It's very generous.

wewritedocs at yahoo dot com

Rebecca said...

I love your bowls. The ric rac is a great touch! It's been so fun to see different fabrics and extra touches used in everyones bowls.

Quilt n Queen said...

Kathy, your stack of bowls is so bright and cheery. Love the beads and ric rac. The cherries look good enough to eat. Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing in the hop!! There are many thing I have enjoyed about this blog hop. When Bowls with Borders started I said I am going to comment on every blog, so far so good, most days I am behind but I'm bound and determined I will read and comment on all of them before the 28th, that's today. I have found so many great blogs that I am now following. Pretty soon I won't have time to clean or cook, just sew and blog. I noticed you are from Ontario...for the past 9 years I have been living in Canton Michigan but I was born and raised in the Kitchener/Waterloo area...my next move will be back to Ontario when DH retires... and that is just around the corner! I am a new follower, and have spent the last hour going backwards in your blog. I look forward to visiting often. I always get excited when I find a quilt blogger that is close to 'home'. Would love it if you came by for a visit. Pauline

Anonymous said...

Love your bowls. One of my favoriates. Would love to win.

Shelia

Amy (lilme2_99) said...

((can you tell I'm catching up on missed posts this past week??)) :-)

LOVE LOVE LOVE this lil' finish!!!!!!! Bright - cheery - summery!!! Me and My Sister fabrics are top-notch :)

The addition of the ric-rac frames and finishes off your bowls amazingly. A+ girl :)

Mrs.Pickles said...

lovely work!!