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April 29, 2020
EQ8 Projectfile for Inklingo Schoolhouse Quilts from Stof genoeg

Inklingo School house blocks + an original applique block designed by me, using Inklingo circles = many quilt variations! Including EQ8 project file to download. If you are looking for a project to which kids can contribute, check this out. XXX Annika Continue reading

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April 27, 2020
Koning Willem-Alex-Anders Dag! from Stof genoeg

Happy Birthday King Willem-Alexander! A quilt design for King's Day in The Netherlands under intelligent lockdown. Houses for staying at home, our national colors and some tulips added in. XXX Annika Continue reading

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April 17, 2020
Simple Shape Quilt Designs from Stof genoeg

Several ideas for relatively simple quilts consisting of basic units, (like square HST units and flying geese). If you are looking for 'mindless' chain piecing, check these out! XXX Annika Continue reading

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March 27, 2020
EQ8 Project File for Willyne Hammerstein’s Raindrops Quilt Pattern from Stof genoeg

I have a downloadable EQ8 project file for Willyne Hammerstein's pattern Raindrops Are Falling On My Head (Millefiori 4 book by Quiltmania). Optional Inklingo shapes are also available, check! XXX Annika Continue reading

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March 20, 2020
Les Fruits de Mer Willyne Hammerstein Quilt Design – EQ project from Stof genoeg

A colorful and fun downloadable EQ8 project for you to play with. My take on Willyne Hammerstein's Les Fruits de Mer quilt design from the Millefiori 4 book. XXX Annika Continue reading

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March 6, 2020
And Yet More Fiesta! from Quilt Obsession

I am not even close to finishing the Fiesta top. I keep forgetting that even though I laid out the blocks and thought I had the block placement all figured out, I’ve been changing it as I go — so it’s not just a matter of sewing the blocks together now but moving them around and — well, just changing things on every row since the second one!

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So all I’ve got are some more pics of a few of the blocks. First a pretty blue star block.

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Some of the star blocks have a frame, so to speak ...

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March 3, 2020
More Fiesta from Quilt Obsession

The colourful Fiesta blocks are the perfect antidote to the grey days of winter that we’ve had so many of this year. I have enough of the fabric left to use in some other project that calls for some wild and colourful fussy cut pieces.

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The effects from fussy cutting/printing a fabric always is a bit of a surprise until the pieces are sewn together. The fabric I used to fussy cut/print for Fiesta has definitely been that – and then some. It was fun to see each block as I finished it.

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Some of the stars end ...

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February 28, 2020
Fiesta!!! from Quilt Obsession

This book arrived and I want to make almost every one of the quilts in it! So it’s a very good thing I got Dance of the Poinsettias done before the book arrived.

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The cover quilt is called Fiesta Gitana and I knew I had to make it the second I saw those skinny stars. An Inklingo Fiesta Gitana collection was released and I was off to the races.

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In no time I had all the pieces printed, cut out and in a box that was just perfect for the Fiesta quilt.

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And those skinny stars turned into some ...

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February 24, 2020
Dance of the Poinsettias from Quilt Obsession

I know, I know — it has been an extremely long time since I blogged. I am going to give it yet another try and hope to post twice a week — at least at first. I’ve missed blogging and, given the fact that this is like a diary of my quilting, I know I’m going to look back and wonder what I was doing!

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One thing I was doing was finishing Dance of the Poinsettias, my version of Can Can from Millefiori Quilts 3 made using the Inklingo Can Can collection. As it’s winter and the roof garden ...

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December 21, 2019
Merry Christmas! from Stof genoeg

A Christmas Tree Quilt Design based on Inklingo Drunkard's Trail blocks, to wish you Merry Christmas adn a Happy New Year! XXX Annika Continue reading

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November 11, 2019
Drawing An Apple Core Block in EQ from Stof genoeg

A screen recording of how to draw an Apple Core block in EQ8 Continue reading

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June 20, 2019
Mariner’s Whirl from Quilt Obsession

Where have I been? I’ve been around but had nothing quilt-related to write about or photograph. Thankfully, something finally jolted me out of the creative doldrums!

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It’s called Mariner’s Whirl, which is a Jinny Beyer design (Beyer 382-12) for which three sizes of Inklingo collections (12″, 16″ and 20″) were released. That was what really got me back to working on projects but – surprising myself completely, I chose the 20″ collection to make first. I have ideas about making something with the 12″ size as well, but I wanted to play with the largest size.

And it ...

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February 19, 2019
Dance of the Poinsettias Progress from Quilt Obsession

Can Can Front, February 18, 2019 IMG_2730wtmk

I’ve now added ten of the 10-point stars to my version of Can Can, now Dance of the Poinsettias. I’d finished the little pink units I showed in my post on Friday and had actually already added one before I remembered to take the progress picture.

Can Can Back, February 18, 2019 IMG_2728wtmk

The back after pressing.  I’m grading the seams right away which helps when pressing.

The next round requires ten  large 10-point stars. I need to make a total of 16 more large 10-point stars for the entire top and I may — I haven’t decided this yet — make all 16 before ...

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November 16, 2016
Twelve Nani Squares done from Postcards From Panama

I’m cutting two inch white strips for sashing and a four inch white border. Keeping it simple.

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September 23, 2016
Granny Squares baby quilt from Postcards From Panama

Not for any particular baby. I’m just calling all of my small quilts (about 36″x48″) baby quilts. I have a 21 year old granddaughter- so someday they may have a recipient.

Meanwhile it is a good format for trying out patterns I’ve wanted to make. Even though it would have been an easy pattern to sew on the machine it is hand pieced.

There will be 12 squares and I’m planning on a two inch white sashing  and a four inch white border with a wonderful Kaffe floral print backing and binding. It will be custom ...

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