Thursday, March 16, 2017

Quilt Qwazy Queens 2017


Today is the first day of the Quilts Qwazy Queens Blog Hop hosted by Seam to be Sew
be sure to visit her blog for giveaways.


Visit the following blogs for giveaways and see some wonderful quilting rooms and some quilting techniques. 

March 16
March 17
March 20
March 21
March 22


My favorite techniques is making 4 half square triangles from a square.  I am doing this with Angela Walters pattern Half Hours.  This techniques makes making half square triangles so easy.  I just love it.




I actually did a video (I am not a professional) lol.
I made 85 squares that made 340 half square triangles.
One tip is to make sure you have a sharp blade in your rotary cutter.








I have showed my sewing room on my last blog post but thought that I would share it again on this blog hop.


Time for giveaway from Seam to be Sew
click on the link below for the give away.



Terial Magic 

Terial Magic 2 24 oz bottles (1 winner per bottle) - Must be willing to pay shipping costs.





Quilters Dream Batting

Quilters Dream Batting - 3 twin size batts - Dream 80/20.  Pink, white, and natural. - Shipping Costs same as listed for Terial Magic





 Northcott Fabrics 3 Fat Quarters From The Golf Collection
3 Fat Quarters - On the Green Collection 



Each day of this hop, every blogger will offer at least two giveaways on there blogs. You will want to visit every blog in order to enter.
Winners will be announced daily on Seams To Be Sew
As a winner, it is your responsibility to get back to me if we need an address (most of these giveaways will require an address to ship your items to you) within a reasonable time period. I usually am happy if you get back to me the same day, but I give 3 days before I draw another winner.
Be sure to be checking your spam folders.

Shipping Costs For All Giveaways that will be shipped by Marian, (Terial Arts, Quilters Dream, and Martelli)
USA Priority Mail: 6.75
Canada: 15.50
International: 23.50
Below are some of the Sponsors for the giveaway items that will be from the other bloggers for this blog hop from March 16th to March 22nd.  
Make sure that you visit all the wonderful bloggers and the host Seams to be Sew

This is only my second blog hop that I have ever done.  Hope you enjoyed my favorite technique on making half square triangles and the tour of my quilting/craft room.

Happy Quilting!!!
UCanQuilt2


41 comments:

  1. Very cool lol yep your in the spot lite...But your good at it so keep it up....happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  2. Don't know if it's just me, but when I click on the play button for your videos it says "This video is unavailable" and you forgot to add me to todays line up - http://ResourcefulMomma.com :)

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    1. Just ent out and fixed the videos hope they work now.

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  3. your videos are showing as private to those who haven't visited your site before

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    1. Just went out and fixed the videos hope they are working now.

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  4. I couldn't get your videos to work for me, but I have seen others that showed how to make these HST's. Thank you for the giveaway.

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    1. Thank you Joyce for stopping by. Hope the videos are working now.

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  5. Thank you for your ideas and a glimpse into your craft space! Love blog hops, Susan

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    1. Your welcome Susan. Hope to do more blog hops

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  6. Thank you for all the blog hopping fun and chances at giveway prizes!

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  7. And like every one else, I love blog hops as it gives me new quilters to connect with!

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  8. I do love half square triangles. That a fun way to make them! Love seeing your stitching space!

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  9. It's always fun to see another quilter's sewing space! Thanks for sharing the videos. I'm always leery of the bias edges, so I do the 8 at a time when I'm doing a big project. Thanks for joining the blog hop! Such fun!

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  10. thanks for your info. loved the sewing room tour.

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  11. i love 4 at a time so fast! thanks for the giveaway.

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  12. I haven't entered the world of HSTs but now I will - how easy peasy is that?
    Popped by from QQQ-2017.

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  13. Your sewing room is AWESOME!!! Cool place to create!! Thanks for sharing the Tutorial Videos too!! :)

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  14. I like your room. Thanks for the tour.

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  15. Look forward to learning alot on your blog site! Thanks!

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  16. Thanks for all your info. Greatly appreciated! Good luck everyone in the giveaway. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  17. This is my favorite technique for making HST's too. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  18. REdoing my studio this next week, thanks for the ideas!

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  19. Thanks for the tips and it's always fun to see where others sew. Thanks for joining the hop, such fun!

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  20. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netMarch 16, 2017 at 3:19 PM

    I always enjoy seeing the work of other quilters and their working space.

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  21. lovely golf fabric thanks for the chance to win

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  22. Your way of doing HSTs looks so easy. Bias edge isn't too hard to sew as it is usually put next to a straight edge.

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  23. I enjoyed your two videos. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  24. My favorite HST technique is chain piecing cut and paired triangles. There are many good ways to make HST for many good quilters to enjoy. Thanks for sharing your happy quilty place with us today ... :) Pat

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  25. Love making HST's that way and wish I had your sewing space.

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  26. I like all ways of reducing work in making numerous HSTs.

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  27. Me and HSTs are besties...I am not alone!

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  28. I love making my HST like this too! just practiced yesterday on a 10" layer cake and a 5" charm block. I needed to know the sizes of pinwheels I could get. It worked out nicely.

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  29. I enjoyed seeing you sewing space. Thanks for sharing the fun videos!

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  30. Thanks for sharing the video. This is a great technique

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  31. Great video:) Some of us are visual learners:)
    Thank you:)

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  32. I also like HST sewing. Sew easy to create with them.

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  33. I like the idea of making 4 at a time.

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  34. great way to do HST. thanks for sharing.

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  35. Thanks for the tips and the tour!

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