SOMETIMES YOU JUST NEED AN EASY QUILT TO MAKE…THIS IS THE ONE…
Take It Easy…This designed popped in my head and I knew it would be so fun to make…Super simple…made with two jelly rolls! Quilt measures is 72”x 78” Just add more jellyrolls if you want a bigger quilt. This is the first quilt I made with the Redwork fabric…I think a quilt can be simple and make a stunnig impact. All the quilts we make do not have to be super hard…I like to mix in the simple one with the more intricate ones. We all need to push our skills and learn, but there are always going to be a need for fast, get it done now quilts!
Take is Easy was named while again…listening to my playlist…and thinking….hmm this would make a great quilt name…Naming quilts is the HARDEST thing to do, if you do not have some sort of method to it…I love using song titles…so here is the song this quilt was named after…I loved Glen Frey….and the Eagles…you cannot love music and not love this song...Take It Easy You can listen while you view the pics of this fun quilt!
Take It easy is a simple kit for us to make…two jelly rolls and a binding and pattern…we priced it at $90…so that is like getting the 1/2″ yds of binding free. This kit is 10% off when you place your order by the end of April. Or you can buy the two jelly rolls and the pattern separate…the choice is yours…I do not know what is the better deal…with the discounts…pre-cuts are 20% off. If someone figures it out post it…I am not trying to make more money, I just have to kit everything..and have the prices ready for when they are not on sale anymore.
If you want to win a kit for Take it Easy and I will also give away 6 patterns…please leave me a comment for what you do when you need a break..it is your stitching?, a walk, call someone…what do you do? Read what I do below…Winner will be picked at the end of the Redwork Event!
On the personal side…I’ve been running down the road, trying to loosen my load, I’ve got a world of troubles on my mind…(just in case you didn’t listen to the song)
Yesterday…Nick & I and my Sister and her husband Doug went for a ride on our motorcycle…there were tons of people out riding…we stopped at parks, gas stations, sat on a bench by the lake and ate outside…I wanted to pack PB&J in our saddle bags, but I got laughed at. With nothing open it is sad…my heart breaks for all those business that are closed. You need places to stop when riding a bike…and we would have stopped probably 4 times during our trip yesterday at a business and spent money. We came home to make steaks on the grill and I slept like a baby with all the fresh air. I have a total of 360 on my ride this year..not too bad since our weather has been crappy and it’s only April!!! I took most Sunday off…I get up early so I stitched few things on my #STITCH366. It felt good, now I’m eager to get back to it..