Friday, September 10, 2021

Here Chick , Chick!

Good afternoon, sweet peeps!  It is all about chickens today! 🐔


That means  it is time to pull out my chicken mug!  No coffee in it. I like my sweet iced tea. 😀
Many of ya'll have been with me for awhile on my journey with my chicken quilt.  From the piecing, to the applique ... 


all the way to the quilting. 


Well guess what? I am so excited to announce that  it is complete!!!!

 I am doing a chicken dance right now!🐔🐔🐥🐥💃💃

I had to take it out to the farm for some photos. 


 Proudly displayed on the corncrib which is filled with hay bales. 


Then I hung it with my Beehive quilt on the fence. 


I am over the moon!!!


 I know where it is going to be displayed in the house, but it will have to wait for next year because Fall quilts are going up now. 🍂🎃

I shared the applique pattern and a little more information about this quilt in a previous post. Click here to get the applique pattern.  

Well now to my 2nd chicken quilt.

Here are nine little chickens with a bunch of nine patches which may be used in the finished quilt. 


 I am working on Little Hens for the Rainbow Scraps Challenge with Angela at So Scrappy. I am appliqueing them on 6 1/2" unfinished  background fabric.

 An orange chicken has joined the brood. 


    If you are interested in the Little Hen's applique pattern, just check out the pdf below. 

Click here for Little Hen. 


  A few orange and one teal nine patches were also completed today. They will be added to the RSC quilt. 


With one chicken quilt complete and  one well on its way , I think it is in order to start thinking of another. What do you think? lol. 

Thank you so much for stopping by and seeing what is coming out of my Quilt Nest. It may be slow going ,but I am trying to be productive. Have a fantabulous weekend, my dears, and as always...
Happy quilting, ya'll
Melisa
I am joining these lovely ladies' link parties. I hope you check them out; they always have so many wonderful projects going on and provide the opportunity for other needleworkers to meet. 

Alycia's of Alycia Quilts for Finished of Not Friday

Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict  for Can I Get a Whoop Whoop-Friday

Michelle  at From Bolt to Beauty for Beauty Pageant 144   - Friday

Wendy at Wendy's Quilts for Peacock Party - Friday 

Frederique at  Applique Patchwork Quilting for Patchwork & Quilts #69    - Saturday

Angela of  So Scrappy  for Scrap Happy Saturday


I never dreamed I would be a chicken lady , but here I am killing it!!!
Hugs and Stitches!!!
Dedicated to my sweet baby sister , Amy who also was a Chicken Lady.  






 















22 comments:

  1. Such a cute quilt, and your photo background is awesome.

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  2. How cute and a finished quilt! Yeah!, You make me want to start a chicken quilt. Hugs, Judy

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  3. Melisa, your chicken quilt is adorable. Well done on getting it finished!

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  4. Adorable quilt and I love the photos on the corn crib!! I am a chicken lady, too!!! Someday maybe I will get around to making a chicken quilt in honor of my girls. Have a great weekend.

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  5. Lovely quilt and fabulous photos. Inspiring, too. I'm going to dig out my Chook Shed chicken patterns later today and have a rummage through the stash.

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  6. Oh Melisa, it is beautiful. I've downloaded your applique pattern a while back but this will prompt me to get started on a throw size quilt.
    The setting for the photos brings back so many fond memories of living on the farm with my grandparents We had a corncrib, spring house, barn, no refrigerator. Thank you.

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  7. Oh Melisa, merci beaucoup. Cette courtepointe avec toutes ces poules est superbe et les coloris choisis sont parfaits.
    Amitiés de France,
    Christel
    http://toilesetfils.blogspot.com

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  8. Sweet Lil Hen, love it. My niece in N Dakota loves (LOVRS) chickens, she even remodels for them so that they cozy and happy!!! Thank you, stitch everything that you love. Hugs to all.

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  9. Love the photos of the quilts at the farm. You give me energy reading your blogs.

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  10. So nice to read your postings again. Love your chicken quilt, too.

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  11. Your chicken quilt is so adorable! I love the happy color in it. The corn crib was the perfect place for photographs!

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  12. Such a pretty and cheerful quilt! I love it, and your Beehive quilt too. Pretty place to display them!
    Thank you for sharing and linking up today ;)

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  13. Congrats on finishing up your Chicken quilt and making a good start on Little Hen!! Where did you find that adorable chicken painting to close out the post? TOO cute!

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  14. I love love love the chicken quilt. And you photographed it so beautifully. And I love even more that you are working on another and then another. I want a chicken quilt, too!

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  15. I LOVE your new chicken quilt, so bright and happy! Thanks for the pattern, happy stitching!

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  16. So fun and colorful. The photos you took outside are absolutely beautiful!

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  17. Go, chicken lady! This is a terrific quilt. Thanks for the pattern!

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  18. Your chicken quilt is adorable and the hen quilt will be too. What really got me though was the picture with all the gorgeous 9-patches. Such eye candy!

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  19. Here chickie chickie!!! I love it!! and the settings for it *photo shoot* Those are amazing!!!

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  20. Love the chicken quilt and think there is one somewhere in my future!

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