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retired and will hopefully have time to quilt, quilt, quilt.........
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quilting, applique, hand quilting, crazy quilting, general sewing, gardening, other
My pets are awesome!
one cat - Tinker

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At 11:24am on February 13, 2014, CT Admin said…

Thanks for your concern Judy...

At 7:16pm on January 31, 2013, Linda "Sue" Robertson, TN said…

Judy, go back to the civil war quilt that Linda from B.C. posted.  I am pretty sure I left you the name of the pattern and where to go find it!!

Thanks

Linda

At 8:20pm on October 27, 2012, Judith Davis said…

Thank you for the compliment ... I do not know the pattern because it was a quilt I did for a customer. Needless to say, it took a whilt to do all of the quilting, but it was so rewarding to do. 

At 5:01pm on October 23, 2012, thelma blanchard said…

Thank you Judy for your comment.  I really enjoy making quilts. 

At 7:09pm on October 20, 2012, Anna /Alberta said…

thanks your kind words about the golden ways- it was a true scrap quilt- I bought nothing new for it except some backing.. My aunt and uncle were pleased with it - you can see my newest works on my quilt blog. You can find it here:

http://quiltmomsjourney.blogspot.com/

 

At 6:01pm on October 20, 2012, Bonnie said…

thanks for the compliment on my green and purple quilt.  It is an easy pattern made by making large 9 patches and cutting them down the middle both ways and reassembling them.

At 7:56am on October 20, 2012, Darleen Lien said…

Thanks, Judy, for your comment on my scrappy blue quilt.  The pattern is Scrap Therapy-Bloomin' Steps.

At 8:14pm on October 19, 2012, Anne McBride said…

Judy, first I have to tell you your comment really touched me tonight- you see I made this quilt earlier in the year for my brother, Tony, who had just been diagnosed with lung cancer. And he passed away early this morning. I don't know what anyone else believes, but I'm taking this as a sign that he's sending me hugs right now.

As for the pattern, I just made this up from HSTs.  I think I started with 6" squares of light and dark scraps.  I was trying to use up a lot of my civil war type prints to make it a little more manly looking.  Once I had a load of them, I just messed around with the design on my floor.  If you can print out the picture, you should be able to see the design more clearly.

 

At 7:12pm on October 19, 2012, Darce Ovel said…

Hi Judy, thanks for the comment on my photo.  The pattern came out of a magazine - I know I still have it (because I can't throw a single one out :/), if I figure out which one it is, I'll let you know.  It was a lot of fun to put together and ended up being a comfort quilt gift for a friend who lost her son in Afghanistan 2 months ago.

At 10:01am on October 31, 2011, Connie/KS said…

Thanks for the comment on my DH quilt. The pattern is "Ease Into Autumn" and can be found in the Fall 2006 issue of Quilts and More magazine. The fabrics I used were Kansas Troubles, mostly scraps, a very easy pattern as it was one of the first quilts I made when I started quilting. The hardest part was trying to figure out how to make the pocket on the bottom for his feet (special request).

Have a great day!!!

 
 
 

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