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March 21, 2020
rsc row from Making A Lather

So glad to have a little bit of teal to brighten things up a bit. I worked on the rainbow row by row this week making a zigzag. the HSTs are 3 1/2 inches. And the first two I sewed together were wrong LOL. There is one more Saturday in March for the rainbow scrap challenge, and I am nearly done with what I want to get finished in teal.






I hope everyone is staying well and quilting.

My rainbow projects for 2020 with links:
 Irish chain
Shine
row by row
scraptastic star
country road

I am linking to ...

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January 25, 2020
scrappy circles and stars from Making A Lather

I used an accuquilt die to cut drunkards path for the row by row quilt. I thought it would be easier to use the whole die in both green and white rather than cut individual pieces for the parts. The pattern calls for another row of green later, so, I can use the reverse with the leftovers from cutting this way.



I sewed 9 blocks at the retreat last week, and the two set for the ends of the row. The rest of the blocks were back at home waiting for their new friends.


On a whim, I had a ...

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January 21, 2020
progress from Making A Lather

Last week, I made most of my goals. yay me. I made better progress with the retreat last week.

1. quilt one of my quilts - done



2. cut frolic 6 - done



3. sew frolic 6 - done


4. cut basket quilt - flower box - nope I am not sure why I am hesitating.
5. cut blocks for row by row in green - done





New list
1. sew row by row in green
2. binding on my quilt
3. make 2 shine blocks for rainbow
4. cut basket quilt - flower box

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to do tuesday

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December 15, 2019
Christmas Trees and Trims 5, 6 from Virtual Quilter

I love that Christmas tree in the centre! I am sure they all have my name on those parcels … or perhaps they are just empty boxes I can use to store my Santa collection … and that would be a very useful gift!

Now it is on the top shelf, which would be a sensible place to store the Santa collection for 10 months of the year!

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December 10, 2019
10 years! What a ride! from KISSed Quilts - Keeping It Simple and Stunning

Wrapped up 10 years of my long-arm as part of my business. Here is a little recap of this year's work on my machine.

This Year:     72 Customer Quilts
88% Pantos, 12% Custom
64 pantos;  8 custom

Pantographs : 5.3  (#/mo)    Custom : 0.67 (#/mo)

Business to date: 677 Customer Quilts

As I did so few Customer custom quilting jobs this year, just want to show them off here:

















Shop Fabric Samples  --fabrics available on the website:

Laminated Cotton Fabric from Impwear --made into a raincoat as well as bags.

And this kids apron---3 can be made from 1 ...

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July 10, 2017
Goin' Crabbin' from Quilt Vine


This is our row for Row By Row Experience this year. It is called Goin' Crabbin'. As soon as the theme, On The Go, was announced we had a pretty good idea what we wanted to do. We have learned over the years that when we put a crab on something it just seems to sell better. For some reason the people here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland love their crabs. And who doesn't love the old red pick up truck?



So, as I was saying, the crab is very popular. We are located just off of the ...

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