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Latest Activity: Oct 9

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What are you working on now?

Started by Peggy Stuart. Last reply by Peggy Stuart Oct 13, 2014. 27 Replies

And then there's the thread issue <G>

Started by AnnetteJ. Last reply by AidaCJ/NH Mar 13, 2014. 17 Replies

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Comment by Lynne on October 9, 2020 at 3:08pm

Barbara, I cheated on the label.  I did it on the computer!!!  Put it on my light box and traced it!!  Was going to embroidery, but didn't feel I could do the letters as well as I wanted.

Thanks everyone, it was a wonderful journey.  Most of the fabric came from my stash.  We could sign up to receive a packet of fabric from Jeana, which was beautiful reproductions from the time period.  I actually went through my stash, and found a lot of circa 1830 fabrics.

Comment by handstitcher/IL on October 9, 2020 at 2:12pm

Lovely work, Lynne! Can’t wait to see it once it’s quilted. I love your center label. BP is not my idea of a good time, either!

Comment by Janet/MO on October 9, 2020 at 1:43pm

It is gorgeous Lynne.   Be sure to post an updated pic once it has been quilted & bound.

Comment by Barbara Dieckmann on October 9, 2020 at 12:08pm

WOW - so lovely.  I want to get my nose up to it to look at all the colors and how the textures play together,  What a treasure, and your documentation in the center is perfect. My lettering never turns out pretty enough to be on the front.  What a wonderful journey to have taken 

Comment by Lynne on October 9, 2020 at 11:56am

I joined a 10 month long project, given by Jeana Kimball.  The journey was to do the project by hand.  She included 2 blocks a month.  I added 5.  2 were machine pieced,, hand piecing does not agree with my hands.  The center block was to be Broderie Perse, I was unable to find anything I liked to fit that center, and I am not that fond of BP, so I used it as my label.  It heads to the long arm quilter tomorrow.   Size is 65 square.

This evening I will get the backing sewn and pressed.  

Comment by AnnetteJ on September 26, 2020 at 7:50am

Well done Barbara!  Sorry I haven't written...again!  Each time is a test to see if their software will let me in☹️

Comment by handstitcher/IL on September 25, 2020 at 4:30am

Very nice, Barbara! Your borders help draw the attention inwards towards your blocks. Nicely done! 

Comment by Janet/MO on September 23, 2020 at 7:43am

Very lovely projects Barbara.  I know what you mean about our hands not working like they used to.  Very frustrating to say the least!

Comment by Barbara Dieckmann on September 23, 2020 at 5:35am

I also looked up the Stonefield quilt.  Looks like a lot of interesting little blocks to make.  Will be lovely.  Time has flown with all thedays seeming more or less the same.  Been working on getting my stash in better sahpe to actually find stuff, and of course working on projects, mostly pieced with minor touches of applique in borders.  Experimenting with alternatives to needle turn as my hands just do not have enough control anymore for it to look as I think it should. Pics are of the top with my last set of needle turned blocks created before my hands got as bad.  I showed earlier, but it now has all the borders I'm content with adding.  2nd pic is of a  meant to get ravelled Drunkards Path quilt that I added meant to ravel floral vine border.  Still need to trim the furrist bits away, but I'm enjoying the effect.

Comment by handstitcher/IL on September 23, 2020 at 4:36am

I looked up the Stonefield quilt, Annette. Looks quite challenging. Definitely not for the faint of heart, but looks lovely. 

Did a little appliqué this week for an unusual project. I rescued a vintage (1920s?) Trip around the World block. It was getting a little wonky by the time the quilter sewed on the final triangles to make it square and the bias edges weren’t helping. So I removed the triangles and appliquéd the hand pieced blocked to a solid background. The inside is quilted quickly, so I just need to quilt a border. 

 

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