Fiber Tuesday #25

Welcome back to Fiber Tuesday!  How was your weekend?  I got a lot of stuff done so I should actually get to post this week.  I got nothing posted last week but I did get a lot of work done.  I also did some designing and am working up examples for the new projects now.  I even have the hubby making one too just so you have more than my style to see.

Fiber Tuesday Link Party for all fiber crafts
Since I got nothing posted this week I thought I would share last month's most popular posts.

The top blog post was my post about how to make quarter square triangle blocks.

The other top blog post is an oldie but must be a goodie because it's still getting a lot of views and that's my string block post.  I actually made a video of how to do it this weekend.


My top quilting video was my modern quilt block.  It had almost 200 views last month!


My top sewing machine video was my baby the Necchi Julia.




 Show me what you've been up to!!
I've made a Pinterest board to share all of the wonderful things you guys are sharing.  I'm also sharing them on Facebook.  I hope that my sharing is bringing you lots of traffic.  Now for the most viewed link last week:

Our Top Viewed Link Was:

Sunrise at Sea

I love this take on a grandmother's fan block.  Someday I'll venture out into circles and semicircles. Julie promises even beginners can do this block so go tackle it!

We have new buttons you can grab a featured button or a party button if you'd like to share where you party at.

The Quilting Room with Mel


The Quilting Room with Mel

Now on to the link up.  Remember to check out each other and spread the love.  It is a party after all!



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About Melissa Shields

Mel is a 30 something year old quilter, attempting to balance her old school roots with today's trends. When not sewing or shopping for a new sewing machine Mel enjoys reading, reality TV, and Nascar.

2 comments:

  1. Im currently working on a project thats yielding lots of pieces for a good quantity of string blocks, love how one quilt top ends up giving you a second one ;)

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  2. I've been so happy with all your video clips, and learned so many little things not found anywhere else. Thank you for all you effort to make these available. I'm thrilled to be your most viewed link here, and want to say the block was part of the 2015 Fabri-Quilt Blog Hop. There were 60 bloggers linking to it showing original blocks, and showed an amazing level of talent! As to my block and my promise of it being easy--it IS! The only curve is iron over freezer paper and straight stitched down on top of the Dresden fans. You will love the ease!

    My little mug rugs are sticking with your string block theme, and are made to protect your fine furniture, too. I keep a pile of 1" strips handy for quick little projects.

    Thanks for you fun linky.

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