Welcome to another “Three of 3 on A Tuesday”. I will have THREE things or links of 3 topics for you to visit/read on Tuesday to either showcase tutorials, inspirations, random daily thoughts or it could be any fabric/notion sales running that particular week. So for today, here are the THREE of 3 things:

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3 FREE Table Runner Tutorials

I have been thinking of making simple table runners to have in my stash for gifting. Table runners or potholders are perfect for gifting aside from pouches. So, I have been finding some patterns to save so I can just start when I want. 

  1. Spring Flowers Table Runner. This will brighten up any table. Perfect for the Spring. 
  2. I love to have green plants around the home, so why not a green leafy vine table runner too. This table runner with free pattern seems like a quick one to make. 
  3. Chevron Table Runner. I can see this in various colours but the red one is surely on my list to make too. 

I also have the Ruby Jelly Roll Table Runner tutorial HERE on the blog that I want to recreate.

Don’t forget to pin this list for future reference!


3 Basics To Stock in Stash

  1. Solid fabrics are always nice to have in the stash. I rarely make a full quilt with only printed fabrics, except for scrappy ones, but still, with most of the scrappy patterns, it is an easy route to pick a solid to allow some negative space to allow the quilt pattern to shine. My favourite Solid Basic fabric is 20% off HERE, so it is always a good time to pick some for the projects you already have in mind. 
  2. I’ve been inspired to collect various background prints too after watching this interview with Susan Ache. I love the idea of a scrappy background like with this quilt I made HERE and HERE. So, I’ve signed up for low volume fat quarter bundle HERE. If you want to have a try without subscribing, check out low volume bundles HERE>
  3. Essential threads. I mostly use basic white or snow for quilting and piecing. So, these are the basics I always buy whenever there’s a sale so that they’re always in stock and so that I don’t have to buy them at full price. Check out 20% off Essential Threads HERE>

3 things I’m grateful for this week:

While there are tons of things to be grateful for, I want to mention these three for the week cause it is always nice to simply take the time and feel the grateful feeling. 

  1. Time to start some new cross-stitch projects. I am inspired by stitch Maynia and I want to start all the things, but I’ll do what I have time for. I’ve started on Every Opening Flowers this week. 
  2. Time to catch up on some quilt alongs like the Barn Star Quilt. Working with the bright and amazingly deisgn fabric is such a joy.
  3. Time to clean up my garden. Honestly, this week I have been trying to move a lot more. This intention to move has made me more productive and also limit my screen time! Yeay!


What are you grateful for today?

Comment below and let me know!

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  1. Peg Sullivan Reply

    Actually I am grateful for my health, the friends I have who are my fellow quilters and the sites that give me inspiration for my love of sewing/quilting (Like yours). Thanks for doing this when you could be spending all your time behind the machine.
    Your course on free motion was one that I have enjoyed over and over. Learn something new each time.
    With much quilty fondness, Peg

  2. Mary C Elder Reply

    We are camping this weekend. I am always grateful for a long weekend getaway

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