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January 9, 2021
A-MAZE-ing! from From the Strawberry Patch...

Last weekend, to usher in the New Year, I had a heavy date with my Accuquilt die cutter. Slowly and surely I worked my way through all of the scraps from 2020 that had accumulated in the bottom clear up to the top of my basket! By Saturday evening this was a most welcome sight: Each and every scrap had been cut into the largest, usable, pieces and the bins had been generously fed!As of today I

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A-MAZE-ing! from From the Strawberry Patch...

Last weekend, to usher in the New Year, I had a heavy date with my Accuquilt die cutter. Slowly and surely I worked my way through all of the scraps from 2020 that had accumulated in the bottom clear up to the top of my basket! By Saturday evening this was a most welcome sight: Each and every scrap had been cut into the largest, usable, pieces and the bins had been generously fed!As of today I

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November 21, 2020
irish webbed from Making A Lather

 I webbed the Irish chain quilt at retreat last week. This was one of my rainbow scrap challenge projects. I have worked on it for 2 years.


I spent this week pinning rows and sewing the  top together. It is ready for a back and some binding.

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November 18, 2020
to do: cleanup retreat from Making A Lather

Coming home from a quilt retreat is a challenge to unpack and get back to normal. I crammed a lot of projects into my weekend, and my bags. I wanted to pull them out, one by one, and, make sure everything is taken care to put where they belong.

The first project I worked on, was the big easy Christmas. This was my one monthly goal for November. I had it quilted before I left. I used the big tables at the retreat to trim it, and, then, I attached the binding by machine to the back side of the ...

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January 30, 2020
sand castle webbing from Making A Lather

After laying all the blocks out on the library floor, I started stacking and webbing the sand castle top together. It is getting there. I decided to do two columns of four blocks each. Then, I will just need to sew the two halves together.


It is hard to believe the month is nearly over, and time to think about February.

I am linking to:
Oh scrap

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