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Little Bluebell Pages Home Patterns Publications Quilts Small Projects About Tuesday, January 19, 2016 New Quilt Pattern: Belville Belville is a fun and easy triangle quilt pattern with a mid-century modern vibe. Inspired by the colors and prints in Good Hair Day by Kim Andersson, I designed this quilt to have a vintage feel with a modern sensibility. Including the lighter prints with the white background fabric really makes the quilt come alive and sparkle. New Quilt Pattern Now Available Name: Belville Size: 56" x 72" Pattern: Belville Materials: Good Hair Day by Kim Andersson and Artisan Cottons by Another Point of View for Windham Quilted: Straight lines on my Janome Horizon 7700 with Aurifil #2024 White Thank you all so much for the kind comments about this upcoming pattern. I'm excited to see all of your projects. Please email me photos or tag me on Instagram @littlebluebell #belvillequilt I'd love to see them!! -A Follow via: Bloglovin' | Feedly | Facebook 6 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: belville quilt, patterns Wednesday, January 13, 2016 Belville and the Good Hair Day Blog Hop Hello and welcome! If you are new here, my name is Adrianne and I love fabric, quilting and color! Kim Andersson and I met through the East Bay Modern quilt guild and I was so excited and honored when she asked me to be a part of the release of her newest fabric collection - Good Hair Day! Make sure you read to the end of this post, there is a giveaway for you. : ) Kim shared a peek of the artwork with me before the fabric arrived, but it did not prepare me for the these rich, saturated beauties! I love the colors she used for this line. It has a mid-century modern thing going on that I love, but there is also a freshness to it in the way the colors are combined and the inclusion of the softer tones on the left. I squealed when I first saw the bobby pin print (and that is still my very favorite). It is so clever and whimsical and yet bold and modern at the same time. So good. When I was working on quilt design sketches for this line, I wanted something that would really showcase all of the prints, their differences, their similarities, and also a design that felt cohesive to the mid-century modern vibe I was picking up. Introducing Belville! . I will post the pattern info later this week. Thank you so much for stopping by. Be sure to check out all of the wonderful projects in the blog hop. There is a full range of eye candy including more quilts, accessories, and clothing. Good Hair Day is arriving in stores this month. Congratulations Kim, it's a beautiful collection! GOOD HAIR DAY BLOG HOP Mon 11th: Kim Andersson - Windham - Tue 12th: Erin Harris - Terri Carpenter - Cath Mosley - Wed 13th: Adrianne Ove - Kristen Takakuwa - Thursday 14th: Daniel Rouse - Cal Patch - Friday 15th Stacey Day - Amy Gunson - Sat 16th: Madeleine Roberg - Darci Alexis - Sun 17th: Miriam Blaich - Crystal Chadwick - Mon 18th: Pati Fried & Laura Nownes - Gillian Smith: Tues 19th: Casey York - Nicole Daksiewicz - GIVEAWAY Yay! You've made it all the way to the end. Now for the giveaway... one lucky reader will win a charm pack of Good Hair Day! The winner will be chosen randomly on Tuesday, January 19th and announced here on the blog. International entries are welcome. Have fun and good luck. : ) This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to our winner, Hitch and Thread! To Enter: Leave one comment below and let us know what you like about Good Hair Day. 72 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: belville quilt Monday, December 21, 2015 New Beginnings at Pink Chalk Starting toady, I am the proud new owner of Pink Chalk! Earlier this month, Kathy posted that she was leaving the business and looking to sell Pink Chalk. That made me so sad. It would be the end of an era. I have watched and admired as Kathy grew her business and inspired and encouraged the sewing community. I knew that it was not time for the Pink Chalk story to end. After pacing and ranting to my husband, I realized that there was something I could do about it. I could be the new owner and carry on where Kathy left off. As crazy as it sounded in my head, when I said it out loud it felt right. I also have a passion for fabric, sewing, and this awesome handmade community and I can't wait to get started. This blog (little bluebell) will remain as my personal blog and I will continue to write and share about my projects here. I will also be blogging about fabric, books, patterns and tutorials over at Pink Chalk. 20 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Monday, December 14, 2015 Giveaway: You're My Favorite YOU'RE MY FAVORITE There is something about this time of year that fills my heart and reminds me of the wonderful people in my life. It is so fun to wrap up little surprises and send some cheer. I was writing down a list of all my favorite quilting tools and I kept thinking about you. You are my favorite! I am so grateful for this quilting community. Thank you for your incredible, ongoing support. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 1. OLFA 28 - This rotary cutter is a specialist. It is the perfect size when working with templates, curves, or paper piecing. 2. OLFA 45 - I have tried so many different rotary cutters and I always come back to this one. I've had it for years and it fits perfectly in my hand. It's easy to squeeze the handle to uncover the blade which automatically goes back into a covered position when I set it back down. So easy. 3. ADD A QUARTER - A must have for paper piecing. I like the larger 12" size. 4. WONDER CLIPS - These little guys are so handy in the sewing room. I use them on binding, zippers and bulky projects. They are also good when you are sewing with leather or plastic because they don't leave a mark. 5. OMNIGRID RULER - Out of all the rulers I've tried, these are my favorite. The markings are easy to read and accurate. This size fits easily under my hand and is perfect for cutting out smaller pieces and squaring up blocks. 6. AURIFIL THREAD - Strong, smooth thread that makes my seams lie super flat. Yes, please! 7. PATCHWORK PINS - I've gone through so many types of pins, but these are perfect. Sharp and super thin. They glide in and out of the fabric with ease. 8. SEAM RIPPER - Sometimes simple is best. This fits comfortably in my hand and is sharp for tackling any necessary un-sewing. I replace mine every so often because the blade does get dull over time. I buy two because I tend to lose them in my sewing room and they aren't very expensive. GIVEAWAY This giveaway is now closed. The winner is ericaday6. Congratulations Erica! Thank you all for participating. : ) I'm giving away a set of my favorite quilting tools. Every single one of these items is on my worktable and I wouldn't work without them. Enter to win by: 1) following this blog 2) leave a comment below, what is your favorite quilting tool? Giveaway ends 12/16/15 at midnight PST. International entries welcome! Winner will be posted here on the blog. 115 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: giveaway Thursday, December 3, 2015 Candy Corn Quilt is Finished QUILT BEGINNINGS It's hard to remember where this quilt started without a visit to the way back machine (aka an old blog post from 2012). The Guising fabric collection by Lizzy House had just come out. It featured the cutest little ghosties and geometric candy corn. It was sweet without being too sweet, and quirky in the best possible way. I loved it and wanted to make a quilt for Fall/Halloween for my family to snuggle under while passing out candy to trick-or-treaters. Tufts, Outfoxed by Lizzy House CHOOSING A BACKGROUND COLOR I first paired the fabrics with taupes and creams and it was a little too tame for me. The more color and pattern I added, the more I liked it. The background was chosen after laying my fabrics out next to a color card and looking for the one that made everything pop. It turned out to be a saturated red-purple color which happily surprised me. It was similar to one of the deeper tones in the Tufts print from Outfoxed, also by Lizzy House. PIECING THE TOP I started by cutting out 2 1/2" strips from stack of fabric. Then I pieced them together in strip sets with a a variety of color and pattern in each. I cut the strip sets into triangles. Instead of the traditional Thousand Pyramid layout, I opted for lining up my points for a different look. It's funny, looking back at that original post, I pondered the idea of being in a triangle phase. It turns out it's not a phase, but an obsession. : ) CUDDLY BACKING The backing is a deep chocolate minky fabric that I ordered from Harts Fabrics. I used cotton batting too, so it's extra snuggle and warm. Perfect for this time of year. It feels really good to have this quilt finished and now that it's done, I'm ready to put up my Christmas decorations. Change the colors and it could totally be a winter quilt! QUILT STATS Name: Candy Corn Size: 48" x 72" Materials: Guising by Lizzy House for Andover and coordinating stash fabrics Quilting: outlined triangles and rows with walking foot 4 comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: candy corn quilt, finished quilt Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) Pin This Post LinkWithin Hi! My name is Adrianne and I love fabric and making quilts. I'm also a Mama living in Northern California with my husband and two small children. Life can be busy and everyone needs a place to call their own. This is mine and I'm so happy you're here! 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