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Hi Everyone. It's been ages and ages since I blogged. Recently CT added a monthly 'little quilt' quilt along. I was already getting hooked on smaller quilts so signed up. It's been very addictive. Mari has posted here on the main page when each new project comes out. Here's my progress so far.
I'm finishing up a graduation quilt for a niece. It's been a fun project - no pattern. Flying by the seat of my pants when quilting - especially when it comes to the math - is not my strong suit.
Outside of the 4 main big block printed panels, all of the fabric has been from my stash, which is something I'm trying hard to stick do these days. When I started, I "knew" exactly which fabric I was going to use on the last border, and amazingly enough, I had it in yardage. (I tend to…Continue
My husband, daughter, 2 grandsons & I drove from Mid-Missouri to Minneapolis yesterday to attend our oldest daughter's wedding tomorrow. Almost immediately upon crossing the border from Iowa to MN, we found a lot of that horrible white stuff on the ground along with frigid temps and strong winds. Oddly, the further north we drove in MN the less of that horrible white stuff we saw, but it is still very cold. I forgot to bring my coat so we had to stop for me to buy another one. Isn't…Continue
This quilt I made in two variations. I think the warmer autumn colors are prettier, but the winter colors are more striking. I have entered "The Autumn Wind" (which did not photograph well) in the show. The second quilt is called "A Walk in the City" because, to me, it resembled an arial view of city buildings and intersecting streets. Which do you prefer?…Continue
Happy Spring to All! We are on spring break here in Oregon, at least the part I live in. Instead of snow, we've been deluged with rain, but there are promises of nice (even sunny) weather at the end of the week. I have this week off from work (school), I was busy over the weekend finishing up a quilt for my co-worker, Carol. Carol was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Three other co-workers and myself decided to make her a quilt (none of the others are…Continue