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February 3, 2020
Together Again February from Humble Quilts

 I have my top section pieced
And have my lower 4 blocks ready for applique. I had to piece a couple of them too. 

I'm going to start by adding the angel on the top section, then start pulling fabric for one of the blocks. I am really considering buttonhole stitch in black! (by machine) 

Have you gotten any fabric pulled yet?
PS, When I pulled out the angel pattern I was surprised at how HUGE it was! It doesn't look that large on the quilt.

There has been some talk about the difficulty of finding the book ...

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January 29, 2020
First Finish of 2020- Blackbird Gathering from Humble Quilts

Ta-Da! I'm pleased to report the completion of the first quilt of 2020!

My friend, Linda, was not happy with her UFO's so offered several of these block to me. Uh, yeah, I just looked and it was 3 years ago!! Check out which ones were hers HERE

I brought it outside to try and get a better look at the quilt and quilting.

Thank you Diane, Butterfly Threads Quilting for quilting this for me! She kept it simple in keeping with the primitive quilt top.

Hanging out in the jacuzzi and look who wants to play??!! 

I ...

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January 15, 2020
Anniversary Quilt 2020 Quiltalong from Humble Quilts

Here's our 2020 Humble quilts quiltalong! It's called Anniversary Quilt designed by Linda Brannock and Jan Patek. It's an oldie, but it seems many of us have the book and a few are still on the hunt!

Here is a single block that's in the book that I made several years ago.

The block is a variation of a whig rose- primitive style and Barbara Brackman has a bit to say about that block, if you are interested go HERE.

We'll start off slow, just choosing fabric for the center background.
I'm not planning ...

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January 10, 2020
Upcoming on Humble Quilts from Humble Quilts

We will be working on the Anniversary Quilt by Brannock/Patek, we just will not be starting in January. I've been keeping my eyes open for a reasonably priced book and when I come across one I announce it on my facebook group. Is anybody still looking for a book?

 Here is my one block primitive whig rose made eons ago from this book. 

Here is what we will be making. You can always start gathering fabric or trace patterns in preparation. 

Fundraiser book sale February 1st! I'll be going to Dominican Republic on a mission trip in ...

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November 19, 2019
Stoke the Fire! from Appalachian Quilts

The cold weather finds me sitting in front of the woodburner all nestled up and cozy.  A lot of people start to feel depression this time of year.  The days are shorter.  The nights are longer.  We don't venture outside as much and doctors attribute the "winter blues" to a lack of Vitamin D and lack of sunlight.

Yesterday, we had a bit of warmer weather.  After spending all day Saturday in the kitchen working on this, that and the other....I needed some time outside.  I have garlic that is late being planted, so I violated the rule ...

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October 10, 2019
Missouri Star Shop Feature: Primitive & Wool from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

“Primitive,” also known as “Early Americana” style, emerged from within the first colonies here in the “New World.” Once the colonists were finally settled in, they had a bit more time get creative with everyday necessities such as clothing, furniture, and children’s toys.

While sewing up clothes for their children and fulfilling the duty of “homemaker,” women started to enhance their making skills with decorative stitching and design, steering away from trends in Europe and creating the first American style.

Today, folk artists use modern elements to create an antiquated look. At Missouri Star Quilt Co., we have a ...

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