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Fabrics for P2 Quilt-Along

Since I didn't luck out and win a gift certificate to purchase fabric... {darn it}... I will be using these puppy themed fabrics for my P2 Quilt-Along Quilt.  I think a fun puppy inspired quilt is in order to celebrate the newest family addition, Ms. T {found behind a local store in town last week}.

I had all of these in my stash except for the two fabrics in the top right of the picture {the blue nursery puppy print and the multi-dog breeds with words print}.  I am super excited to be taking part of the quilt along, and can't wait to learn new quilting skills.  I will be posting each quilt block as we go so you can keep track of my progress.


Watching the Fons and Porter on T.V. I have been learning alot, and now want to put some of those new skills into practice.  One thing they showed was a 'project sheet' to help you keep what fabric you are using where in order.  Here is my 'project sheet' for this quilt. 

Since I am not using the 'recommended' fabrics for this project, I figure a project sheet will help me dechiper the directions from week to week.  The quilt along starts Monday, March 28th, and will last 7 weeks.


  1. Girl I love the look of your blog. The colors and header are so pretty.

  2. New follower from the hop! I'd love for you to stop by and follow back when you get a moment! Happy Friday!


  3. You changed your blog around - love it... OK got to get the same fabrics - how cute... I need to make our 2 dogs their own rv pet blankets for their beds...

  4. oooh, can't wait to see the finished product. I love the fabrics, but then again I am a dog lover. I watch a lot of swing programs. My favorites are Sewing with Nancy and Quilting Arts.

  5. I can't quilt for peanuts LOL. Can't wait to see your final product.

    Thanks for the follow, following back now.

  6. Loving the Dog fabric! Super Cute! =)
    The project sheet must be really helpful =)
    Have fun on your quilt project!

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting =)

  7. Darling fabric! Thanks for stopping by my little blog and following along! Dana @ D'Lea Designs


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