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Orphan blocks saga continues

First of all, I need to correct the name of the orphan blocks I showed yesterday. They are NOT Ohio Stars, they are Sawtooth Stars. In searching images on the internet, I was particularly inspired by this one.I liked the layout, and I had most of the blocks already done. They were a bit of an odd size. They finished at 7 1/4″ square. The flying geese portion was 1 … Read More

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OK, I lied. . .

I know I said I would post as soon as I got back from Houston, well, it has been 3 months now. It’s still fun to think about. custodia silicone iphone 7 gialla The first thing I did was get my picture taken with Judy and Gretchen from Primitive Quilts and Projects. They sponsored the special exhibit and gave me that neon green ribbon to wear. iphone custodia 6s What … Read More

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Can this quilt be saved?

Remember that column in the old Family Circle, Woman’s Day or Redbook magazine, “Can this marriage be saved?” Well, that’s a little bit how I feel about this quilt. apple custodia in pelle iphone se I even ask myself, is it worth it? It is so frail, so worn, so lumpy, so. custodia bmw iphone x . custodia tpu iphone 7 plus . cool!It’s an old album quilt that is … Read More

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HOUSTON!!

Oh, apple custodia silicone iphone 7 my GOSH!! Check out this post: https://www.facebook.com/425705340812729/photos/pcb.887955564587702/887955187921073/?type=3&theater That is my quilt hanging there! I’m so excited. custodia spiaggia iphone 8 I’m going to visit on Thursday. custodia iphone x jordan It’s going to be so much fun.

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From finished top to finished quilt!

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Mystery REVEAL

Saturday night was a time to reveal the results of our 5th annual CDA Mystery Quilt workshop that was held the last Saturday of July. It was amazing! Each quilt had it’s very own personality, and it was hard to believe they all used the same components.This one is Pat’s. By adding a cornerstone to the sashing, the alternating 9 patch block appears. This is Charlotte’s version with all blocks … Read More

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Such an honor!

I am having my “Primarily Primitive” quilt shown at the very first International Quilt Festival Special Exhibit sponsored by Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine. custodia iphone 8 anello I’m going with my friend Kay,

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Direction matters!

I made this quilt a couple of weeks ago for a wedding gift for my niece. It is such a charming quilt, but after I got the rows entirely together, I realized my mistake. custodia iphone 8 plus cactus I should have changed the direction of the hourglass blocks on every other row. custodia iphone 6 elephant I was not in the mood to change the orientation of the well-sewn … Read More

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Burgoyne Surrounded

I finished my “final” test top for the Quilter’s Academy Freshman year. custodia apple iphone se originale I like the reverse pattern, custodia iphone 7 plus minnie normally the background is light and the squares are another color. custodia iphone 8plus con supporto I want to do something really complicated and intricate for the quilting. custodia iphone 7 tatoo I’m still trying to figure out what that is going to … Read More

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Finishing Vintage Quilt Tops

I absolutely LOVE this fantastic hand pieced vintage quilt top that I recently quilted on my long arm machine. custodia iphone 6 ermetica I used a Baptist Fan overall quilting design. I studied the fabrics and would guess that some of them are as old as the late 1800s. custodia iphone 8 puro Some are circa 1930 also. Oh, the work someone went to to put what I think is … Read More

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