An abundance of food with my quilts, and sometimes a quick and easy recipe!

Photos of breakfast, lunch, and dinner on my quilts. Including photos from my container garden. Sometimes, I will post a quick and easy recipe. This is my "just for fun" BLOG ! I see so many things that inspire my quilting!

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

A Denim Blue Tablescape


The table topper and place mats were made from scraps of the my Blue Patchwork "Up Cycled" Denim Quilt or my Blue Christmas Quilt.

See my African Violets in Bloom.

Linked with:

The Thrifty Groove: Thrifty Tablescape #6 - Dec. 3, 2011
Blue Christmas Quilt - Nov. 28, 2011
Denim Block Tutorial - Nov. 28, 2011
A Quilter with a Green Thumb - Dec. 6, 2011
Marcia's Crafty Sewing & Quilting Minutes for Me Linky Party - Dec. 7, 2011
Coastal Charm: Nifty Thrifty Tuesday - Dec. 13, 2011
Savvy Southern Style: WOW Us Wednesday - Dec. 14, 2011
A Southern Daydreamer: Outdoor Wednesday - Dec. 14, 2011
At Pickett Fence: Blogger Block Party - Dec. 9, 2011
Tootsie Time: Fertilizer Friday - Jan. 5, 2012


  1. I love your blues!! It's gorgeous!

  2. Your dishes look so good with your quilts. I just love that you enjoy every part of your life...from work to getting the table ready for dinner.

  3. Love the plates! They go so well with all your denim creations. Looks like you are having a really good time!

  4. Love those snowflake plates! And yur quilted pieces are so pretty and have such a fun feel!

  5. I'm a fan of denim and quilting, and this tablescape is lovely. Great detail on the placemats, wow I would love to be able to quilt that well.

  6. Blue is my favourite colour. My OW is up too.

  7. Oh my gosh, looks fantastic...the quilting is fabulous!

  8. Very nice tablescape.. the blues are beautiful and I wish I had a machine to do the quilting as yours.. I try to do it by hand but it's so not perfect...
    Very nice!

  9. What a pretty winter tablescape! Your violets are so colorful and healthy!

  10. Did you do the "Two Color Ribbon Quilting with a Twist of flowers" with a long-arm machine, or domestic sewing machine with free-motion quilting?


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