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October 5, 2019
Turning Artwork into a QUILT from A Ditchin' Time Quilts

Here is a quilt finish, I made this quilt for her by using @monika_forsberg ‘s artwork (w/permission)! She is such an amazing artist from the United Kingdom.  Every time I see her work I think to myself, "that would be a beautiful quilt" so finally I got my nerve up to make it a reality.  I think she loves the results because she reposted my post!  Take a look at her IG page, it's amazing!  Right now as I am posting this she has 95 wonderful comments about how much everyone likes it. 

You might ask me why ...

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July 31, 2019
Hand Applique for Outdoor Quilting from The Inbox jaunt

Good Morning, Quilters! Hand applique is a perfect project when you want to enjoy the weather AND quilting! I designed the Rose and Dot block to honor my grandmother, Rose and my mother, Dorothy for the Splendid Sampler 2 Book.  Many of you were able to download the block during Martingale’s promotion.  If not, The…

The post Hand Applique for Outdoor Quilting appeared first on Lori Kennedy Quilts.

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July 25, 2019
Euphoria Quilt from twiddletails

It's been a while and I've worked on quite a few projects since then.

My current addiction is needle turn appliqué and this project:

The pattern is from a book named "Euphoria Tapestry Quilts" by Deborah Kemball.
I haven't done hand appliqué in ages, so this is a bit of a learning curve for me. I'm using the back basting method which I think is my favorite. Much less prep than some of the other techniques.

So far I've only made one panel:

I don't think I'm going to make the entire quilt ...

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July 14, 2019
Good Things Happen When You Join a Quilt Guild! Out-of-Print Book Miracles and Workshops With Karen Kay Buckley from Cheeky Cognoscenti

What an amazing week this has been quilt-wise, and all because I joined the Charlotte Quilters' Guild a few months ago!  On Monday, our Southside Stitchers Bee met at Christa's house, where I got lots of needleturn applique stitched down, ate a few too many homemade chocolate chip cookies, and got a tour of Christa's professional longarm quilting studio, Cotton Berry Quilts.    Christa is letting me borrow a set of Handi-Quilter Groovy Boards to try out with my longarm machine for my next charity outreach quilt, to see it that works better for me than trying to follow ...

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July 11, 2019
Beginning Machine Appliqué from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

Let’s talk about appliqué. If you’ve always wanted to try it out, but imagined it might be intimidating, we’ve got the tools, techniques, and tips to change your mind. Appliqué is a lot easier than it looks – and it looks pretty spectacular personalizing and decorating your quilt!

Beginning Machine Applique

Our newest class at Missouri Star is Beginning Machine Appliqué with Courtenay Hughes. In this online class, you’ll learn approachable machine appliqué tips that will build your confidence. You’ll learn:

  • Fusible appliqué techniques with two different fusible webs
  • How to layer multiple fabrics and shades to create your ...

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July 3, 2019
ROUND ROBINS from Nestlings By Robin

First let me say that I have NEVER done or participated in a Round Robin for this reason, I am a Control Freak!  The idea of putting some fabric in a box and letting someone else make my quilt decisions for me and add other fabrics just makes my brain seize up. I have seen some lovely ones and some not so lovely ones too.  The idea intrigues me and seeing the reveals is inspiring but the need to be involved hasn't taken root.

Then I read somewhere about a controlled one and that made me want to do ...

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June 5, 2019
Bonheurs d'occasions... from Accroquilt

Another UFO quilt finished!  This year, I try to have some more finished and not think about them anymore.  
That one is a block of the month happened some years ago.  I don't even remember who designed the quilt.  If someone is able to tell me, I'll be happy to give credit to the designer.  Sorry for that!

***I got the information:  it's a Erin Russek design, ''Be Happy'' quilt.  Thanks to Anonyme.

Voici une autre réalisation qui dormait sur mes tablettes depuis quelque temps déjà.  C'est un bloc du mois que j'ai accumulé il ...

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May 31, 2019
Marshal Mystery quilt - and the Peacock Party from Wendy's Quilts and More

This weekend my husband and I are off to Auckland because my eldest son is graduating on Tuesday. He is has completed a Bachelor of Software Engineering, majoring in Game Programming.  He has a job already and is putting all his skills to work as an Interactive Developer.

Our younger son is also studying for a Bachelor of Engineering, majoring in Software Engineering, but he is studying at a different university.

My kids don't like me talking about them on my blog, but we are very proud of both of them.

Graduation in New Zealand tends to start with ...

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May 23, 2019
TIDY TIME from The Proficient Needle

When picking up the assorted bits and pieces that had found homes on my cutting table, I came across this orphan block.

The centre square was a basket
 set on point which didn't coordinate with the remainder of the blocks that I collected several years ago during a shop hop.
Later, a friend made a vest with an Easter panel, but didn't use any of the applique pieces.  I made the block larger, with corners so that the basket would sit upright and I used the flowers, eggs and bunny with paws to fill the basket.

I checked ...

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Half circle - A finished quilt from Luna Lovequilts

I can check project #3 off my list for the second quarter of 2019 Finish-Along !
Je peux cocher le projet #3 de ma liste pour le deuxième trimestre du Finish-Along 2019 ! 

Luna Lovequilts - Quilt inspired by Latifah Saafir - in Carolyn Friedlander Polk and Gleaned collections

I progressed faster than I expected to quilt the last area. The reason is that I recently started to listen to a series of audio books that was very addictive and I got to organize my quilting projects to hear the end ... I listen to books or films only when I am working on tasks that don't require to be very focused, such as quilting.

J'ai avancé ...

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May 19, 2019
F4, F5 Caswell from Accroquilt

Here are my two last blocks for the center of that quilt.  I think I will redo another one...

Voici les 2 derniers blocs pour le centre de la courtepointe.
Et je me suis dit:  ''Déjà?''  Je crois que je vais en faire une seconde...J'y pense!

Maintenant, les bordures extérieures... Quel plaisir!
And now,  the outer borders!

À la prochaine!

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May 7, 2019
Meadow Quilt Finish from A Ditchin' Time Quilts

I just finished the quilt and I just love it.  It's Meadow Quilt Pattern by Michelle McKillop for Jen Kingwell Designs.  I am in love with this quilt.  Look at IG for all the other beautiful quilts done with the pattern #meadowquilt  You can find the pattern and kit here. 

This quilt is a gift for my co-worker/friend who has worked with me for the entire 32 years I have worked at my job.  She has been there 45.5 years!  

quilt top complete

quilt top with my kitty Boris

center blocks

Long arm quilted

Backing with personalized ...

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May 5, 2019
Design wall, mur de design... from Accroquilt

I'm in love with it!
J'aime ce que je vois!  Je l'adore!

Plus qu'une rangée et le centre sera terminé.

One more row and the center will be done!  Whaou!

À la prochaine!

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April 30, 2019
GSAQG Challenge Quilt 2019 from One Designer Pursuing her Dreams

Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild is gearing up for the 2019 quilt show with a challenge! This blog post showcases how my 41″ x 41″ quilt came together. It was an absolute evolution of...

See more sewing and quilting adventures from Jen Eskridge of ReannaLily Designs

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April 27, 2019
F1, F2, F3, Caswell from Accroquilt

I can see the end of sewing time for the center quilt.  2 more blocks and I will be done.  I'm thinking now about how to design the outer borders.  I don't want those circles and zigzags.  Flowers, flowers...and leaves!  

Je vois la fin de cette belle aventure côté couture du centre de la courtepointe.  2 blocs restent à coudre.  Je réfléchis maintenant au design des bordures extérieures.  Je ne veux pas de ces zigzags et cercles.  Trop moderne à mon goût!  Je veux quelque chose de floral.  Fleurs, feuilles et tiges encore et encore.


F2 ...

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April 21, 2019
E3, E4, E5 Caswell from Accroquilt

As you see with these 3 pictures, when I take a photo, light is not always the same.  the 2 first pictures have the same background fabric....

Voici les 3 blocs suivants.  La lumière n'étant pas toujours la mème lors de la prise de photo, cela donne des fonds de bloc de différentes couleurs.  Mais les 2 premiers ont le mème tissu, comme vous pouvez le constater avec le motif.

One more row to hand applique and it will be done for the center of this quilt.

Il reste une dernière rangée (5 blocs) pour terminer le centre de ...

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April 7, 2019
D3, D4, D5, E1, E2, Caswell from Accroquilt

Spring is here, at last.  And a lot of flowers are growing in my Caswell quilt.

Avec le printemps enfin de retour, plusieurs fleurs sont apparues cette semaine dans la courtepointe.  Sachant que toutes les tiges et les feuilles avaient été appliquées auparavant, on comprend que c'est plus rapide.

À la prochaine!


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March 31, 2019
D2 Caswell from Accroquilt

I like to change the color of each leave.  A new way to work for me.  

J'apprécie le fait de changer de couleur à chaque feuille.  Une nouvelle façon de faire qui me mettait un peu mal à l'aise au début.

À la prochaine!

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March 24, 2019
Block D1 and my design wall... Bloc 1 Caswell from Accroquilt

A picture of my design wall.  Almost 3 rows ready now.

Une image de mes premières rangées.  J'aime beaucoup...

And this is the first block of row D.

Voici le début de la rangée D.  2 fleurs simples à assembler.

À la semaine prochaine!

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March 17, 2019
C5 Caswell from Accroquilt

The third row is finished.  Next week, you will see my design wall.  I like  what I see.

C'est le dernier bloc complété de la troisième rangée.  La semaine prochaine, il y aura une photo  de mon mur qui est magnifique.  J'aime ce que je vois.

À la prochaine!

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