Here’s my re-working of Bonnie Hunter’s Easy Street. By the time I’d gotten to her bright greens in the last “clues” (which were, for me, supposed to be pinks) I liked too much what this looked like in my guess, so I now have a pile of pink setting triangles in my scraps… and this lovely top. I decided to go ahead last November and tackle Bonnie’s mystery, posting, as the weeks went by, my guesses as to how she was going to use the blocks. I used a different color selection than she had simply ...read more
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It’s true. It’s done. But I still can’t show it. The baby shower isn’t for awhile yet. Anyway, here’s another peek at it:
It’s a Bonnie K. Hunter pattern from her book: Adventures in Leaders and Enders. Lovin’ it!
The weather here has been unbelievably wonderful. We went from 0 to 70 in just a short couple weeks. Lovin’ it. You won’t see much here on the blog because of the draw from outside, but I’ll have some BOM blocks and some quilting I’ll be working on through the summer.
Lots ...read more
On Friday's I usually do a post focusing on any finishes I had in the past week. I just had one and I already posted about that this week. Here's the link if you want to see it. Gift Bags and a Tutorial. I would really love some feedback about my tutorial. Its my first one I have done for my blog.
Today I am spending the day with Bonnie Hunter! I couldn't be more excited. I have been following her for about a year now and have always admired her work. I love the scrap quilts ... read more
I made this selvage stool seat cover for my friend, Karen. She loves it!
I did the binding on my aunt and uncle's quilt and it was given to them today. My aunt said the colours are ... read more
Michele showed her Easy Street at guild yesterday. Here it is.
Here is mine – sorry about the bad photo of Michele’s.
A friend of mine is having a baby soon. I’ve been working on a little quilt for Sophia (the baby). I can’t show the whole thing, but here’s a tiny glimpse into what I’ve been doing.
The top is finished now. I just have to sandwich it and quilt it. I plan on ABC, 123, butterflies, dragonflies and posies.
What are you working on?
I am in charge of the Quilt Show Entries and the postmark deadline was yesterday. I had 35 envelopes stuck in my mailbox last night, along with several entries that were delivered to me at the store. I am still in process of entering all the data into the database – a big job.
I thought I would post photos of my three entries. First is Easy Street.
Next is Winter Wonderland
and finally Dresden Sky.
Off to enter more quilts!
And this is the back of them.
|76 x 96 in / 193 x 243cm|
Once again I cannot thank Our Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville fame for her inspirations!
All it took was one look at this post:
And I was off and
In two days I had 152 blocks made using her streamlined method. I made 20 with the browns in the corners and 132 with the pinks in the corners.
Looking at the antique quilt it seems I only needed 110 blocks. And since at the beginning of the cutting marathon I was cutting duplicates, I can set those aside and still have ...
J'ai adoré ses modèles de scrap quilt gratuits et j'ai été épatée par ses astuces de tri, prédécoupage de restes de tissu en unités prêtes à être utilisées.
I also made 20 pink 9-patches this week for the mystery quilt at the London Friendship Quilters' Guild. I am accumulating quite a variety of ... read more
Too Short! That is what February was. I did finish a few things and make some progress on another. So here is the monthly report: First up: -Scrappy Trip Around the world. The blogging craze that was started by Bonnie Hunter over at Quiltville. Mine went to a great local chapter of Project Linus Ackkkkkkk! I am adding this a day late: I finished a UFO from last year and I can't believeread more
je n'ai pas réussi à finir mon rouge et blanc dans les temps...
février est un mois trop court...
je me rapproche de la fin mais il reste encore du travail pour le mois de mars...
Bonnie a décidé de refaire son Sister's Choice quilt