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April 16, 2018
Deja Vu All Over Again from Hills Creek Quilter

One more fun quilt finished using a favorite pattern (can be found by clicking here). I'm at the point where I can probably make this pattern with my eyes closed.

Click on photos for a larger view.

The colors are much better in this closeup shot...

And here's the backing and binding...

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April 15, 2018
Another Easy Finish for March from Hills Creek Quilter

 I'm starting to be predictable. If I buy fun fabric, it usually winds up in a Quick Strippie quilt (free pattern can be found by clicking here). This one is made using Dr. Seuss fabric.

Here's a closeup...

Fun striped bias binding...

  And a shot of some of the backing...

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March 27, 2018
Christmas Is Right Around the Corner, Right? from Hills Creek Quilter

It's never too early to start on a Christmas project...

Slowly, but surely, my stash is sort of decreasing in size...sort of.

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March 22, 2018
Easy Finish for March from Hills Creek Quilter

One of my favorite quick quilt patterns -- it's called Quick Strippie and can be found here.

Here's a closeup of the big meandering quilting with lime green thread, one of my favorites...

And a shot of the backing and binding...

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February 9, 2018
Yes, Another Quilt Project from Hills Creek Quilter

I keep finding more and more projects that I want to work on while I wait until I get to a fabric shop to buy some backings for quilt tops that are already done.

I've decided to finally make the blocks in this book, Tula Pink's City Sampler --100 Modern Quilt Blocks. All the blocks are pieced, so I don't have to worry about having to applique anything. And since all the blocks are just 6 1/2 inches unfinished, most of the pieces are small and can come from fabrics that I already have. My goal ...

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February 8, 2018
How I Spent My Christmas Vacation from Hills Creek Quilter

Well, since I don't work outside the home, I don't really have a "Christmas vacation", but I am fortunate enough to have time to do what I'm passionate about -- sewing and quilting. And during the cold winter months, I spend the time doing just that.

In December, I managed to finish four quilt tops and start on a fifth, all using fabric from my stash. I have the batting and binding all ready for them, but I don't have any fabrics in my stash that I want to use for backings, so that will wait until ...

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