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just wondering

Started by Debra Miller. Last reply by Sherri Eley May 14. 3 Replies

I am new to Ohio Quilters. Just wondering why the blog posts are so old? (2011). Do you all not blog, and just comment?

Fat Quarter Birthday swap

Started by Penny Ackerman. Last reply by Penny Ackerman Jan 11, 2016. 145 Replies

We were talking about having a fat quarter swap for anyone interested in doing so. You give us your birthday and colors of fat quarters that you would like to receive. You would get a list of people…Continue

Burgoyne Surrounded

Started by Gwen/OH. Last reply by Carol Vickers/OH Sep 2, 2014. 122 Replies

For those who would be interested in making this top as a "challenge"- to keep each other encouraged, it would be fun to see our progress and do a "show 'n tell" as we go along. It will be easier to…Continue

Amish Country Quilt Shop Hop

Started by Rose Mary Grimm. Last reply by Sheila Craft Oct 29, 2013. 4 Replies

Are any of you buckeye quilters going to the Amish Country Quilt Shop Hop this weekend?Our quilters group, Quilters InC., from the church where I work will be going Thursday and staying TWO nights…Continue

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Comment by Marianne on Sunday

Hi, Thank you girls for such constructive ideas, I certainly will b trying a few.  You know what it's like, when your head just gets stuck for ideas, that's where I was.  Have been very busy with training in one of our prisons, I come home exhausted, and have no energy left, they sap it all.

I hope you are all prepared for Christmas, and want to wish you all peace, joy and Good Health for the coming year. Ttfn marianne

Comment by Sherri Eley on Sunday

Since you mentioned orphan blocks Sheila,  Here is what I did with a few of mine.  Going to give them to a few people at Christmas.  I have a big box of them, but ran out of insulbrite.  I used both cotton batting and insulbrite inside.  They are quick and easy because most of the piecing is done.  JUst add a border to make them bigger and voila.  

Comment by Sheila Craft on November 18, 2018 at 5:29am

Sherri, I LOVE the ornamental Deer! Cute, cute, cute. I just love off the wall things.

Comment by Sheila Craft on November 18, 2018 at 5:28am

Marianne - You could use the mis-matched (or oddball, as I call them) blocks in backings, pillows, wall hangings, oh - sew many things. If they're about 10" squares, check out a you-tube video by the Gourmet Quilter. She's got one on making zipper pouches. I've done them in the past and they're such a snap to make. In fact, I've been thinking of doing some for the gals at work this year for Christmas. I'm tired of seeing what I give them hanging on the walls of their cubicles instead of being used. My thought is, why would you hang up a zipper pouch?? We will see...

Comment by Janis B / OH on November 18, 2018 at 4:53am

Really cute, Carol.

Sherri, you could use the missed matched blocks to make quilted bags or use one to accent an apron. Perhaps turn the blocks into hot pads.

Comment by Sherri Eley on November 17, 2018 at 11:49am

Thanks Carol. Same to you and your family.  

Comment by Carol Vickers/OH on November 17, 2018 at 11:41am

He's cute -- and I'll give you a little extra.  Merry Christmas (and Happy Thanksgiving), Sherri!

Comment by Sherri Eley on November 17, 2018 at 11:16am

This is as much Christams spirit as I get. 

Comment by Marianne on October 20, 2018 at 2:55pm

Hi, has anyone any ideas what I could do with a selections of pieced squares about 10 inches.  Non of them really match, but don't want to just get rid, I would like some ideas, please.

Comment by Sherri Eley on October 19, 2018 at 6:11am

Catching up on the comments of the last few days.   I think I have had my sewing room on all levels of my current home.  UPstairs in a spare bedroom.   Didn't care for that ,  there was carpet on the floor then and that doesn't play well with all the pins that I drop.  Then I tried fixing up a corner of the basement.  That was depressing,  no windows and out of the main area of the house, it is not a finished basement.  Finally after retiring I transformed my office into a sewing space.  it is just off the dining room, so I can be involved in whatever is going on at home,  keep an eye on whatever is cooking on the stove. And getting  up constantly to hear whatever it is my spouse has just asked me. I did finally start sewing again this week.  I counted the blocks I have been piecing off and on for months for the Bonnie HUnter Blue Ridge Beauty, and I found that I was only 4 shy. So stitched those up and began laying the top out on the design wall.  Which isn't big enough to put all on so I have to do it in sections.  And that is a challenge,  because proper orientation of the blocks is prime.  I have ripped out a row or two on the way.  

 

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