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January 20, 2021
17 Top Images Nani Brawl Stars Z Plasteliny : Brawl Stars Clay Art New Skin El Brown Youtube from Sonia Stitches

17 Top Images Nani Brawl Stars Z Plasteliny : Brawl Stars Clay Art New Skin El Brown Youtube. Последние твиты от brawl stars(@brawlst44183276). We've got information on her rarity, attacks, super, and a look at the skins she has available to her! Expect her to be quite the slayer, because she can dish out quite a bit of damage from various ranges. Identify top brawlers categorised by game mode to get trophies faster. New hairstyle and some piercings, bibi's ready to party (☆▽☆).

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Where Did This Day Go? from Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara

The day seems short when you sleep half the day! Last night my friend from first grade called and we talked and talked. We talk every day but her dad is almost 91 and isn’t doing well at all. We had already talked early in the evening but when she called me about 10:30, I...

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Sheryl’s Labyrinth Quilt from Prairie Moon Quilts

I recently quilted this GIANT quilt for my friend, Sheryl. It’s 118″ square, and barely fit on my longarm frame! The pattern is called “Labyrinth”, by Debbie Maddy of Calico Carriage Quilt Designs.

Sheryl made this quilt for her sister, and asked me to custom quilt it for her. Since the colors are very basic, and the fabrics are solids, or read as solids, it left a lot of space for custom stitching. I thought about it for quite awhile before I ever started, and still had no firm plan when I began.

If you’re a machine quilter ...

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“Internet Archive” for B. from Nina Paley

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. I <3 the Internet Archive, and the Internet Archive <3 you.

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“Library Futures” for Library Futures from Nina Paley

I did two versions of this Hundred Dollar Drawing.

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A Pattern for Murder - Lighthouse Block from Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework

 I mentioned in a previous post that one of the things I was doing in the new year was to participate in one of Annie's Mystery Stitch Alongs.  Earlier this month we received out first chapter and the pattern for the first block.




The first block is a big 24" lighthouse block.  Isn't it fun?

I am making my blocks all from scraps and prints out of my stash.  There is a materials list for the quilt but I am going rogue.

In fact, I even adjusted the block a bit.  There are videos to help you make ...

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Review - One to Watch from Ramblings of a Fabric Obsessor

Another rom com and I really enjoyed this one! I finished it last night and just had to write my review today!Oh My Gah!!!! This book was everything!!!It is Bachelorette with a plus size girl! It is everything that will never happen in real life!Bea is a plus-size fashion blogger who has watched the latest season of Main Squeeze and, while intoxicated (of course!), she writes a scathing review

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January 19, 2021
Large Quadrant Stars BOM from Adventurous Quilter

This is my first block for the Large Quadrant Stars BOM I'm hosting throughout 2021!

Last week I made one and was halfway through when i noticed I had used the wrong white background fabric! But the four mistake block quadrants are still being used as cornerstones in my Human Harmony quilt! Which is the quilt the background matched:

I designed some blocks to frame the cornerstones and today I got them made: 
So I inadvertantly made progress on my Human Harmony quilt by making a mistake with my Large Quadrant Stars

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Cornerstones + 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 from Virtual Quilter

Time to look at some Log Cabin variations.

Yep, the middle of another week already!

Interesting, but the fabric choice could be improved … a project for another day when I am bored and there is nothing else attracting my attention.

The one above would work well with Log Cabin blocks instead of Chimney and Cornerstones blocks.

Love the one above!

I like the last design for this week too.

More Log Cabin designs mid week, next week.

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2021 Word from Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara

I’m still thinking my word through . . since this is my first word to do it, I want it to be an outstanding word.

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Groove is in the Heart from Samelia's Mum


Welcome to my stop on the "Hearts on Fire" blog hop. 

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Ask Jo: Quilts and Backings from Jo's Country Junction

Hello, and welcome to another edition of “Ask Jo”.  I get many comments in and questions from all sorts of places, the comment section here, Youtube, email, and from our Facebook group.  Sometimes I think others of you might want to know the answers as well so I answer them here on the blog.

There was a lot of interest in this quilt that Ronda recently finished…many were trying to figure out the pattern. If you read through the comment section there were many coaching many others through the possible construction of the block.


Blog reader, Pam, sent me ...

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Best Friends Quilt Along from Jan's Quilts

I decided to do the Best Friends Quilt Along, sponsored by the Fat Quarter Shop.  I did a fabric pull from my stash, including 2 different quilt kits that I decided not to make.


Then I got busy.  I decided to make 2 sets of everything, so I will end up with two Queen-size Quilts.  The blocks are all paper-pieced, the first block was a Log Cabin.  Here are my 24 Log Cabin Blocks.


I just laid them out willy-nilly!  They turned out to be Improv Log Cabin blocks because I made an error and didn't want to use ...

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I'm back! from Carm's Creative Vision

Nothing like picking up right where I left off, about four years ago, to get back at it. Things that have happened since I last posted:

  1. Changed jobs and learned a ton professionally
  2. Joined a local service organization
  3. Got engaged
  4. Dealt with losing a baby
  5. Bought a house
  6. Dealt with losing another baby
  7. Got married
  8. Refinished a ridiculous amount of furniture for said house
  9. Survived COVID (mostly)
It's been a long journey of mental health struggles and learning about myself since I last blogged. I now work at the same job, but from home (almost a whole year now ...

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UFO - 1 from Espritpatch

Another UFO bites the dust! I had a bag of leftover blocks (8 of them finishing at 6") from over 10 years ago (I originally made the blocks during a Mystery Night in 2007...) 


and a multitude of HST (not yet trimmed!) 

that I had stashed away probably too make a cushion cover similar to the one I made 9 years ago. You can read all the details here


I found the bag again a week or so ago and decided that I worked probably never do anything with those so it was time to let them go. Well they ...

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More 365 challenge blocks from Espritpatch

 I had plans to work on a bag this week, but I was too tired in the evenings to do much so I decided to make more of these little blocks. Overall it has been quite a good week for this long standing UFO!

I picked the blocks that had the same date as the day I was making them from any month that I hadn't yet done. I must admit I picked some easier, less intricates one as I wanted to try to make more than one everyday. Here are the 11 blocks I made this week.

11th ...

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Whaley Loved Quilt from Tamarack Shack


Vicki made this sweet Whaley Love quilt using panels by Eliza Todd for Wilmington Prints.  The fabrics in the sashing has a similar design to my Ebb and Flow pantograph so that is the one I chose.  Thread is a light blue So Fine and Vicki brought a white cotton batt. 




 

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The Beast is skinned! from DaySpringQuilter

 ....and I have the scars to prove it!


I spent a few hours last night with my feet up, stitch ripper in hand, and the Monday night back to back episodes of Blue Bloods on TV.  I finally finished the mammoth task of removing the former quilting stitches.


My next step will be to remove the stray threads on the quilt top.  The batting and backing have been discarded.  I cut them off in chunks as I went in order to have less bulk.  And honestly, it also helped me see how far I had to go. I was thrilled ...

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More Sock Knitting from Knitting Quilter

Things are very quiet over here. I'm debating whether I should start a new project. However, I've continued knitting my sock. I'm used to knitting from the cuff down to the toe but this sock was knit toe up. It doesn't really make a huge difference. The end result is the same. I did learn a new technique. I used German short rows to make the heel. I wasn't sure how it would work out. This technique does result in a nice finish for the heel. There are no holes that you see sometimes when ...

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More Sock Knitting from The Knitting Quilter

Things are very quiet over here. I'm debating whether I should start a new project. However, I've continued knitting my sock. I'm used to knitting from the cuff down to the toe but this sock was knit toe up. It doesn't really make a huge difference. The end result is the same. I did learn a new technique. I used German short rows to make the heel. I wasn't sure how it would work out. This technique does result in a nice finish for the heel. There are no holes that you see sometimes when ...

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