Sunday, May 22, 2022

It Is Time For The Foodie Blog Hop To Begin

It is definitely time to get this Foodie Blog Hop on the road, or on the blog I should say. 
That amazing Carla at Creatin' in the Sticks had a fabulous idea for this month's blog hop challenge!


Carla's Blog Hop Challenge: 

Create something to do with food.
It could be anything from a quilt with a food fabric, to a tea cozy.
A mug rug for coffee to an apron.
A Corn and Beans Quilt Block to a drying rack for the kitchen.
Maybe you are trying to raise money for a charity that supplies food.
You decide!  
The theme is really your own interpretation, surprise us!

It's my day to share!

Blueberry Ben's Bakery
50" x 50"



Blueberry Ben's Bakery was sewn using Benartex's "Blueberry Hill" by Kanvas Studio.
Such fun and yummy sounding names for them!

Blueberry Bush Sky Blue SKU# 12635-54

Blueberry Treats Black SKU# 12637-12

Blueberry Desserts Blue SKU# 12639-55

Blueberry Jamboree Sky Blue SKU# 12640-54

Sweet Blueberries Black SKU# 12641-12

Blueberry Hill Gingham Bluewht SKU# 12644-51

Tossed Blueberry Muffins Black SKU# 12645-12



The winds never seem to stop around here, but it definitely helped to show off the backing!


Sunflower Whisper Purple by Kanvas Studios in 108" wide, SKU#9936W-66, 
was a sweet addition as the backing.


There are recipes on the fabric!


The baker, Blueberry Ben looks a little/a lot gnomish.



Applique is my favorite addition to quilting and I couldn't do it without using ThermOWeb's
 Heat n Bond Lite EZ Print Sheets. Print, iron, cut...no tracing!


Let the baking begin!


A gingham mixer would be awesome!


Blueberry pie and muffin anyone?


Maybe just a bowl full of blueberries with a spoonful of jelly for breakfast?


Adding a scalloped border of mixed fabrics and gingham binding finished the quilt.



You can find the pattern for Blueberry Ben's Bakery HERE.


I can guarantee I'll put on 20 pounds after seeing all the incredible "foodie" projects!

Monday, May 23rd


Tuesday, May 24th


Wednesday, May 25th


Thursday, May 26th


Thanks for stopping by!

34 comments:

  1. That is lovely I especially like the little chef

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  2. I love this pattern. Thank you

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  3. Awesome work Carol, and great photography. I live in the blueberry county of Canada, and really do know a good blueberry when I taste it.

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  4. Your quilt is so lovely and so charming! I love the pattern and the fabric choice.

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  5. Super cute!! Any appliance in gingham would be awesome!!!

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  6. This bakery quilt is so cute and so fun. Great colors too. All the motifs are adorable. What a great bonus to get recipe blocks! I love your scalloped scrapy border. So creative. Now my sweet tooth is acting up!

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  7. Fabulous quilt! Fabulous fabric!

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  8. Sew cute, Carol! I love the colors and the fabrics! I sure do like using EZ Print Lite too. Sew handy! Thanks for sharing today!

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  9. this is fabulous. thank you so much for sharing. now lets see if I put on 10 pounds today. LOL

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  10. What an amazingly delicious quilt. I especially love the bowl of blueberries and jam! The pie is a close second.

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  11. What a fun quilt! Love the blueberries, the gingham and all the applique. I know what you mean about the wind, we are past our normal "windy" season, but the winds weren't informed about that and have been blowing daily! Fires up north in our Las Vegas has been horrible. We need rain! Anyhow, you make the BEST quilts Carol!!!

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  12. Que bonita es, las telas y todas las aplicaciones
    ¡¡Me encanta!!
    Besos

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  13. Adorable quilt, and what lovely fabric! Thanks so much for the link to the pattern. We have had wind here and red flag alert several days here in Northern CA.

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  14. I love blue and blueberries so this is especially adorable!

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  15. Oh, Carol this is perfect! If I wasn't immobile I would be dashing out to get the ingredients to make those scones, but since I am, I know where they would wind up, so better for me that I can't get there from here! Love love love this quilt….blueberry-licous!

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  16. Love your quilt! A perfect use of those fabrics! And a perfect quilt for this blog hop! Thank you very much for sharing!

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  17. What a cute, cute quilt. Blueberries sure fit in well on this hop. My favorite part...the backing! How weird is that? That scone recipe sounds too simple and almost too good to be true.

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  18. Blueberry Ben's Bakery is perfection - you are so clever and have just made these fabrics sing! I love every part of this one, my friend. Such a great way to start the hop. You are a superstar!

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  19. I absolutely love your quilt!! Great job.

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  20. Blueberries are one of my favourite fruits. Such a pretty quilt. Well done.

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  21. Fantastic! Everything looks so cute and delicious!

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  22. I love blueberries, and your quilt is sew adorable! Thanks for sharing. :o)

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  23. so so cute! I love the gnome baker too! Your applique is lovely and really adds interest to the design.

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  24. Honestly, I don't know how you come up with such incredible projects time after time. This is just the cutest thing I've ever seen. I think I am hungry for a blueberry scone now! LOL!! Awesome job Carol.

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  25. Oh that is a fun quilt. Love the recipes, and the different motifs you created, pie, muffins, you needed a stack of blueberry pancakes.

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  26. This quilt just made my day. I just want to eat it all up, with a huge scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream! I mean, seriously, blueberry fabric making up blueberry desserts?? And an adorable chef and a mixer, too? This is win, win, all the purple and blue WIN. Thanks so much!

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  27. Such a cute quilt. I love the blender and all of the appliques.

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  28. Wow this is such a sweet treat. Each block actually sweeter than the next. I'm going blueberry picking with friends tomorrow and I will definitely be thinking of your quilt you know I'm goal oriented. Ha ha ha

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  29. Oh my gosh, that gingham mixer is my new favorite thing! I am going to show my husband and see if that's do-able on my Kitchen Aid... Thanks for the inspiration Carol! And adorable quilt, you never fail to impress!

    ~Brandy

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  30. And thank you so much for the pattern!

    ~Brandy (brandizzle7133 at gmail dot com)

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  31. Beautiful Quilt! It makes me want to bake a pie now 😉

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