FWQA {for the Home} Day 3:: Pleasant Home

Day 3 already? Prepare for more happy …


Day 3!
I can hardly handle the cute coming out of this collaboration and today’s project is no different.

It is my pleasure to welcome today’s blogger, Jodi of Pleasant Home. I don’t know how I stumbled upon Jodi, but I am so glad I did. Jodi has been such an inspiration to me and my quilting journey. She started my love affair with table runners … and to be honest, it remains my favorite go to quilting project {spoiler alert}. On top of her creativity, Jodi is a ray of sunshine just like her blog. You feel like you’re sitting on her porch having a glass of lemonade and talking the day away. Despite some lemons she’s been handed recently, she continues to make lemonade and share it with the rest of us!
A little more about Jodi in her words::
Hello everyone ! 
If you don’t know me… I’m Jodi from Pleasant Home. I started blogging several years ago and have loved almost every minute of it.
I am so excited to be joining along with some great ladies and a simply awesome host – Andrea!  This Collaboration was a bit of a challenge for me, but I totally had fun! And even though I haven’t sewn with solids much before, I think there might be more of them in my future …

Here’s what Jodi says about her project …

So here in the Pacific Northwest we have a lot of cold months and my heating pad rarely leaves my side … So I thought it would be fitting to make a heating pad cover with 6 Farmers Wife blocks…. It was a very fun project and I love how it turned out!
Thanks again Andrea for inviting me to sew along!

Get out! Who does that?!? Turns something so ho-hum, like a heating pad, into the cutestet thing evah? Jodi does! I may just have to throw my name into the giveaway … after all, Rafflecopter picks the winner so it can’t be rigged, right ;).

Okay fine, I’ll just have to make my own.

{Click here to see the full post at Pleasant Home.}

But you, you should enter to win this::

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. This is such a great idea! My husband uses a heating pad most of the winter and our cover looks shabby, but I never thought of making a quilted one. When I buy fabrics, I usually gravitate to prints or tone on tones. This blog hop has me looking at solids in a whole new way. Thanks for the chance to win.

  2. This is such a great ideal for a heating pad. Love the colors! Thanks for this series and giveaway!!

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  4. Julie T. says:

    I am loving this week of creativeness! What a great idea…

  5. Genius! I never would have thought to make a new cover for the heating pad!

  6. Love the heating pad cover! If I had to work with only three colors… Hmmm. These days I’d say: gray, blue (light to aqua tones) and yellow. Those combos keep coming up in my house these days…

  7. I must make a heating pad cover. One for me and one for my friend who also likes heating pads.

  8. grey, teal, red would be my 3 colors! love the heating pad cover- the covers they come with are always so tacky!

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