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Sorting Scraps

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Comment by Connie/KS 23 hours ago

Lynne.....your quilts are beautiful.... I can’t imagine doing all that appliqué by hand.

Donna....I’m sure your dad will love and appreciate your pretty quilt.

Comment by Janet/MO on Sunday

Beautiful quilts Lynne.  I'll bet it felt good to put that last stitch on the quilt you made to honor your grandfather.

Pretty quilt Donna.  

Comment by Donna Coppin on Saturday

Hello Everyone

Here is my green top that I am calling Emerald.  Since I took this picture, i have added a border and plan to do another larger outside border to extend the quilt.  I used the last of the bargello strips that I had made originally and now those are almost gone.  Hopefully I can get this done by the end of May.  May give it to my Dad in assisted living to use. 

Comment by Lynne on Saturday

Sorry, if I have posted these previously!!!  Age is creeping up on me!!

Comment by diane on Saturday

beautiful projects ladies!

Comment by Lynne on Saturday

Another stash project.  Finished a few years ago, but hated the way it was long armed.  Took all the quilting out and had it quilted in Shipshewana, Ind by Colleen.  LOVE IT now!!  Got the binding finally done this week.  This is to honor my grandfather's service in WWI.  From the book "Remembering Almo"  Hand appliqued and machine pieced.  

Comment by Lynne on Saturday

This was a recent project,, hopefully will be quilted soon.  It was made with all my Civil War stash.  Pushed to get no two alike, but think I got one or two!!  All hand appliqued.   Pattern is from "When the Cold Wind Blows" By Barb Allen and ???  Sorry can't remember the other author.  Each block finished at 5 inches, and quilt is about 92 square.  

Comment by Janet/MO on April 15, 2018 at 4:26pm

After seeing a notice at my local quilt store for a class on making the jelly roll rug that has become popular I decided to sign up.  However, instead of spending $40 on a jelly roll I cut my own 2-1/2" strips.  It was a great way to also use left over batting.  Part of this project was fairly tedious but the ladies in the class were so much fun that it made that part tolerable.  I didn't duplicate any of the fabrics & I'm calling this my rug of many colors.  Figured Dolly won't mind me using the name of her song for inspiration.

Comment by Janet/MO on April 13, 2018 at 5:44pm

Good thing you discovered that mistake before it was quilted!  I agree that a lot of Bonnie's patterns are too busy.  

Comment by Sherri Eley on April 13, 2018 at 4:45am

Had to pick up Carolina Chain from Brenda.  I was looking at some of the photos I took of it and discovered a mistake in the block layout  So I picked it up and brought it home to fix the mistake.  Just one block was not in the right orientation.  Fortunately it was located near one edge so did not take too long to rip,  reposition and restitch.  And now she is back at Brenda's waiting in line for the long arm.   I am working on pillow shams to match the En Provence.  I enjoyed doing that mystery,  but I doubt I would ever do another.  Bonnie's patterns are often just "too busy" for my tastes.  


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