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December 21, 2020
2020......Highlights from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full

 A look back at 2020...


January 2020


I needed a fresh start for 2020.

My sewing area went from this:



to this:




February 2020

Calving Season begins @ the Kessi Ranch



Playing with Rayon Threads




March 2020

The Turkey Vultures are BACK




Calving Season....continues:




Fertilizing the Hay Fields



Playing with Improv




April 2020

Improv Technique 2



Improv Technique 3



Improv Technique 4



Improv Technique 5



Improv Technique 6



Improv Technique 7



Improv Technique 8



Sunflower Quilt Finished




May 2020

Zipper Pulls







June 2020

Improv Quilt Top




Messy Painted Canvas




July 2020

Tassel Necklaces



Haying Season ...

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November 15, 2020
Orange Peel - Pumpkins Seed Quilt.......Progress from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full

 

I have decided to incorporate 

flying geese blocks

into the Orange Peel/Pumpkins Seed quilt top...



After scratching my head a bit,
I figured out the cutting dimensions
for the flying geese units...
2 flying geese measure a 5 inch square.








Flying Geese with solid backgrounds...





Flying Geese with text backgrounds...






The flying geese will break up the monotony
of all of those pumpkins seeds...






they will help move the eye across the quilt
in different directions...



Okay, I have a plan for the design...
now I can just sew the units:


The Quilt Retreat gave me a great start ...

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November 13, 2020
Orange Peel or Pumpkin Seed Quilt... from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full

 

This design goes by several names

Orange Peel and Pumpkin Seed

are two of them...



I am attending an Oregon quilt retreat this week

I am starting a Pumpkin Seed quilt...





The seeds are piling up...






I used the Sizzix Big Shot Plus
to cut out the seed shapes...






The Sizzix made quick work of all
the curved cutting...






Time to play with the seeds
and different background squares...






Tomorrow I will cut and sew some

flying geese blocks

and add them to the design.


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May Your Bobbin Always ...

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March 18, 2020
Fun Fabrics Make Fun Quilts from Quilted Joy

When I decide to make a quilt I always start with a little inspiration. Sometimes that involves checking out my favorite blogs, or websites to see what everyone else is making. Often though, it means walking around my favorite local quilt shops looking for that signature fabric that just speaks to me. You know what I mean. That piece that has all the right colors or a design that makes me laugh. Something that I want to own and work with for a little while. The following quilters know what I mean. They found that fun fabric to make a ...

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January 14, 2020
Eternal Moment Test Quilt from Sew Sunshine



Here is my test quilt of "Eternal Moment" pattern by Simone of Simone Quilts. This pattern is currently in Make Modern Magazine issue 32.

 I wanted a rainbow theme for the orange peels and used up some scrappy low volume pieces for the background. 


 Lots of orange petals. I didn't want to raw edge them so I used freezer paper templates and starch to turn each petal. 
Laying out some of the petals to see how they look behind the giant orange peel was so much fun. 
I kept stopping to take more pictures of the progress because once ...

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May 17, 2017
Quilt Theory New Pattern Release: Color Crossing from Late Night Quilter

I’m thrilled to share my newest quilt from Quilt Theory Pattern Company, available online for purchase for $3. Color Crossing features an ombre rainbow in one of my favorite, go-to block designs.

Color Crossing by Stephanie Palmer for Quilt Theory

All you need for this pattern is 3 charm packs in your favorite colors, and the background fabric of your choice.  I used Kona Cotton in the Sunset palette, which you can purchase from amazon, right here (affiliate link).

Orange Peel Quilting by Stephanie Palmer of Late Night Quilter

I quilted this design in a traditional orange peel, or pumpkin seed pattern. I’l be posting a video tutorial on quilting the orange peel pattern soon, so ...

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