Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Bowls w/ Borders Blog Hop

Sew We Quilt is kicking off another blog hop.  This time it's "Bowls w/ Borders" using Regina Grewe's paper piecing paper. The Hostess for this hop is Carol.

I decided to join in the fun even though paper piecing is not one of my favorite ways of piecing.

Regina's pattern went together pretty easy and before you know it I had mine done and ready to post. :o}.



I only made a stack of 4 bowls. When you live in an apartment you don't have much space.

Hop you have fun on the hop.

Have a great day.
Regena

80 comments:

Martina said...

Your bowls are pretty!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

A sweet mini of country bowls, perfect for a small space! Thank you for sharing with us today.

Amira Ameruddin said...

Pretty and sweet coloured bowls

Madame Samm said...

good for you...you did it...

Madame Samm said...

Please help us to find all your fellow bloggers who are on this hop as easily as we found you..the list is on Carols blog and sew we quilt...we can help if you need it...

We need the list on your blog and if you can shut off your word verification just for today, I bet you will get a a lot more comments...

thank you sew much

Sheila said...

Cute bowls, love the check border fabric!

Fiesta said...

Your project is wonderful. Thank you for sharing with us today.
 

Zuzan said...

Thanks for sharing the colourful bowls with the red check frame.

Debby said...

Great bowls and love the checked border. Simple, clean lines without all the frou-frou flowers (I love flowers, but sometimes we have to think outside the garden patch).

Pauline said...

I like your pile of bowls, nice colors and they are looking great.
Snooped around your blog, you make great things!

Bud and Marsha said...

Nicely done! I live in an RV and know exactly what you mean. I just try hard to make the most of it!
Marsha
quilterinmotion.com

Cindy Staub said...

Yor bowls are so summery, love the colors!

Thearica said...

Love your bowls! Thanks for playing along!

Linda said...

Very cute!

Brenda said...

Great job. The bowl pattern is so cute.

krislovesfabric said...

Love those fabric choices, especially the orange!

piece peace said...

I like your happy bowls very much.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Good morning....I love your bowls!
Very nice soft colours..would look great hanging in a kitchen

Pierro said...

RosemaryB here: Regena, your block of bowls is great! I love the border too. Very nice. This was a fun projects, I am so glad you shared yours!

JanesQuilting said...

You have a very pretty stack of country bowls there. Thanks for sharing.

CraftyDeb said...

They came out cute!!

Carrie P. said...

really cute!

Linda said...

Your four little bowls are so pretty! Thank you for sharing!

Needled Mom said...

Very cute!

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

This screams country kitchen to me. I love it with the red border!

Just Carol said...

It's a cute set of four bowls--love it! Thanks so much for hopping along with us and sharing your lovely little bowls. :O)

Connie said...

Wonderful stack of bowls and love the remark about living in an apartment without much room! This will be perfect in the kitchen!

Chris said...

Just the right number of bowls for a small apartment! Cute!

hueisei said...

Cute and lovely!

Quilter Kathy said...

Four bowls are perfect for an apartment wallhanging...love the gingham!

Julie in WA said...

How cute! The red gingham border makes it very homey!

sandra said...

Sweet little bowls and understand the apartment living problem9 sksua

KatieQ said...

Lovely bowls. Great fabric choices. I love the twister quilt you made and you jelly roll challenge quilt.

jen duncan said...

so very sweet! Love this.

Patchlissi said...

hey what a nice bowls
greetings from Germany

Pokey said...

Only 4, but they sure are a cute stack!
:-}pokey

Cecilia said...

This stack would fit perfectly in a small apartment. I like your colors.

Mrs.Pickles said...

lovely work thanks for sharing!

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

I really like it! Your bowls are on the table and I love the red checkered border. Great job!

Jeanneke said...

I love your bowls and your blog. You are a very creative woman.

Nancy Biggs said...

You know what? Four bowls is just about all any of us need, right? It's really cute!

AlessandraLace said...

really lovely

Kimberly Cassie @ Quilty Doodads said...

Even apartments need a few bowls! Nice job.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Too cute! I live in a house and I only made one bowl....grin.

Jennifer Gail said...

Sometimes that's all ya need.

Ginny said...

Nice set of bowls.

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Abbigail said...

I like your little wal hanging! Sometimes less is more! Very nice!

Judy B said...

Very nice bowls!

Cindy said...

Love the red check border. Cute stack of bowls.

evelyn said...

Little quilts for little spaces! Lovely.

tink's mom said...

I love your apartment sized hanging. very sweet.

Wendy said...

And a very nice, tidy stack of bowls you have too.... pretty! Thank you for sharing :)

Sue said...

Your bowls are great! Thanks for posting.

MoeWest said...

I like your fabric selection. Thanks for sharing your bowls.

Ariane said...

So very cute!! Love it!!

Marcia W. said...

Your apartment sized bowls block is so very cute. I like the checked border around it too.

mahoo said...

Too cute. Just the right size for an apartment! Thanks for sharing.

Diann said...

Thanks for sharing your cute "apartment sized" bowl block.

Laura said...

Very cute bowls!

Cherry said...

So cute! Glad you joined the hop!

♥Duff said...

Glad you enjoyed the paper piecing long enough to make this little wall hanging--it's adorable!

Rhonda D. said...

Love your bowls!! I like mini's!
Great job!

Anita said...

I'm really liking the variety of one bowl, 4 bowls, or a whole stack. Thanks for showing another version :)

Nellie Duclos said...

Love your bowl and your cat! I have 3, one like yours a grey tabby with a tuxedo front. He's sleeping on the bed now as I write this. He's a "time-share" kitty. He spends the day with my husband and the night with me. Thanks for sharing.

Renate said...

Cute bowls!

pinsandneedles said...

Very cute little stack of bowls! Thanks!

Busy As Can Be said...

I love it so simple and cute. You did a really nice job!

Ruth Ann said...

Beautiful colors!

Foolish Feathers said...

Good job! I so understand the limited space in one's apartment!

Cathy said...

You helped me decide to make only a few stacking bowls as I wasn't going to make anymore. I really like them. Thank you.
Cathy R

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

They look great!

Quilt n Queen said...

Great job!! sometimes we have to step out of our box....I stepped out of my box with only 2 bowls and that is better than no bowls. Thanks for sharing, have a great week!!

Cyndi loves to stitch said...

Your bowls look great, I really like your bowls and their gingham frame. It makes a very cute wallhaning!! And you did what you were asked seems to me it said make 1, 4, 7, 19 whatever. There is no shame in doing a few, it worked for your situation. Point is you made them and played along in the hop. Not everybody did! Good job!

Sophie said...

It does not have to be big to be nice anyway!
Sophie from http://sophiedentelles.canalblog.com/ (I cannot comment as an OpenID with name/URL like in other blogger blogs)

Maria Kievit said...

Like what you've done with your bowls. Thanks for sharing!

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