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September 16, 2021
Quilt Works in Progress September 2021 from A Quilting Life

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Hello, friends! Today I’m sharing my Quilt Works in Progress September 2021. Along with today’s post, I filmed a video sharing of all of these projects. As I mention in the video, I got very inspired by some fun fall fabrics and got carried away with some smaller home d├ęcor projects using those fabrics. Keep […]

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August 20, 2021
more sea swept from Making A Lather

My finish for the week is all the diamonds for my sea swept quilt are done. They haven't been trimmed in the picture, but, I am ready to start the assembly today at our quilt group. I made 10 a day after coming home, and, I finished trimming yesterday.





I am so glad to move this forward after the debacle of last week and the wrong size diamonds

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August 16, 2021
sink or swim at retreat from Making A Lather

Oh my - my retreat story. I just couldn't find a project to work on except my sea swept quilt. And I was closing in on finishing all the blocks I would need. But, I thought it would just take a couple of hours. Silly me, thinking I needed another project.  Just as I finished sewing 388 triangles to 97 diamonds, and began to trim them, Someone asked me what I was making. So I showed her my snails trail blocks and how this was the sashing.   And, Oh no,  they were too small for the block. I had chosen ...

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August 12, 2021
Quilt Works in Progress August 2021 | Video from A Quilting Life

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Hello, friends! Today I’m sharing my Quilt Works in Progress August 2021 along with some finishes and things I’m hoping to begin soon. Posting about these projects each month really helps me keep up with my goals and smaller projects that might get pushed aside if I weren’t tracking them. I also have a video […]

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July 15, 2021
Quilt Works in Progress July 2021 | + Video from A Quilting Life

Quilt Works in Progress July 2021 | + Video

Hello, friends, and happy Thursday! Today I’m sharing my Quilt Works in Progress July 2021 post. I know we’re already half-way through the month, but I’ve been sewing a lot this month and haven’t had time to make an accounting until now. There are some things I can’t share just yet…but very soon. In fact, […]

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June 22, 2021
Unicorn One Block Wonder - Fairy Tale Blog Hop from Quilted Delights

 

Welcome to day two of the Fairy Tales Blog Hop hosted by Joan of Moose Stash Quilting.

Hopefully you are not sick of seeing One Block Wonders, this is my third post in a row with them, but I couldn't resist sewing this panel up for this hop.  Unicorns with beautiful colors and a castle glowing in the background... all kind of fairy tale goodness going on here.  




I got tired of flipping the ruler back and forth cutting one strip at a time into triangles, so I laid out all my strips and cut them one way then ...

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June 7, 2021
Quilt Works in Progress June 2021 from A Quilting Life

Quilt Works in Progress June 2021

Hello, friends, and happy Monday! Today I’m sharing my Quilt Works in Progress June 2021 ideas. This month’s works in progress post is actually a preview to my summer sewing goals and ideas as well. I hope you’ll gather some good ideas from today’s post and video. Quilt Works in Progress June 2021 Summer Sewing […]

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May 20, 2021
Quilt Works in Progress May 2021 from A Quilting Life

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Hello, friends! I know we are two-thirds into the month of May, but today I’m sharing my May Quilt Works in Progress along with a few ideas and projects I’m working on for June. I’ve also filmed a short video sharing today’s projects and found a link to a pattern I’ve been getting lots of […]

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May 10, 2021
works in progress from Making A Lather

What I am working on this week. I am trying to make 2 easy breezy blocks every day. I still have 70 + to go.


And if I have enough extra 1 1/2 inch squares to make a waffle stamps block, I make it in any color. Otherwise, I use the color of the month from rainbow scrap challenge at so scrappy. This month is red and I finished the red here.


I made a batch of  quilted twins free pattern called swingin checkerboard. I have another 30 - 40 to go.




I worked on rsc blocks in red for ...

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April 21, 2021
Quilt Works in Progress + Life Lately from A Quilting Life

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Hello, friends: Happy Wednesday! I’m grateful to be able to sit down and write a quick quilt works in progress update post “just because.” The last few weeks have been quite the whirlwind around here, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down any time soon. Our Happy Days fabrics began shipping just […]

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April 12, 2021
April Goals + March Finishes | Project Updates from A Quilting Life

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Hello, friends, and happy Monday. I hope you had a wonderful weekend! I know the month is nearly at the half-way point, so I thought I should share my April Goals + March Finishes and give you a few project updates for the things I can share. I made a goal at the beginning of […]

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March 22, 2021
March Projects Update & Next Steps Technique from A Quilting Life

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Hello, friends. Today I’m sharing my March Projects Update. You’ll notice that some new ones were added in–I blame it on the lovely spring weather. I’m also sharing a bit about how I use the Next Steps technique to keep up with projects at home, in the sewing room, and at work. I hope you’ll […]

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March 19, 2021
crossed strings from Making A Lather

Making the longer pieces for crossed strings, although challenging to find long enough pieces, is straightforward. sewing and cutting the side pieces takes a bit longer. I was aiming for 48 blocks. Once again, string piecing makes a mess. I grab a handful, and see if I can pull pieces to use out of the pile. 


After the piece is made and white was added, I still needed to cut it in half.


Of course, the best part is seeing all the block variations with all the different leftover bits and pieces from other projects.



sew much fun -free instructions ...

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March 18, 2021
progress from Making A Lather

Sometimes, I forget to show the slow progress of some on going projects. I have sew days that don't seem to make any dents in the quilt making process. But, I know they do. And that has to be enough.

I am still hunting for old projects as I am trying to reorganize and label boxes, it consumes me. I have been very creative at storage, I must say.

Maple syrup is done. Hubby has it all put away for another year. It was my first year to trek around the trees and help with the buckets of sap ...

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March 8, 2021
Quilting Life March 2021 Challenge + Thoughts from A Quilting Life

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Hello, friends. Today I’m sharing my Quilting Life March 2021 Challenge projects, a re-cap of my January and February finishes, and some thoughts about “keeping up” and finishing in general. I’ve got a short video to share my challenges and finishes, links to everything in this post…and just some general things I thought about while […]

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January 14, 2021
Quilting Life January Project Update from A Quilting Life

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Hello, friends! It’s almost the middle of the month, and so I’m sharing my Quilting Life January Project Update. I heard from so many readers and viewers when I first posted my January challenge that you were interested in an update, so here it is. Quilting Life January Project Update When I went through my […]

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December 30, 2020
end of the year progress from Making A Lather

I've made good progress on the country roads quilt I am making. Right now, it is the right size for the top of the bed. I think 2-5 more rows might be enough for a queen size bed.


I have this quilt on the frame. It is an older ufo that is part of my January one monthly goal. I haven't seen it in awhile. I like it....again. I didn't remember that it was so big.

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December 29, 2020
to do: this and that from Making A Lather

The new litterbug - how many masks do you count?


I have just been working on my country roads quilt top - trying to get it together. I have 16 rows together so far. I think I will need at least 4 more. And these are the longest rows. In between rows, I can sew leaders/and enders. It keeps me happy.


Angela at so scrappy let loose the color for January, early. We will be doing pink, so I have pulled the first project I want to do for that. Otherwise, it has been a little down time for sewing. I ...

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December 21, 2020
progress on country roads from Making A Lather

 I have been anxious to lay out my country roads blocks and choose a setting. I have no idea how many blocks I will need, now that, I have decided on an on point layout for the blocks.  My first choice was the fabric for the alternate blocks. And, then, the setting triangles fabric. I am just using some favorite colors that I already have in the stash. I am using the companion ruler to cut the setting triangles, although, I know I have an actual setting triangle ruler somewhere very safe.

the first corner goes so fast

I laid ...

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August 27, 2020
Works in Progress + Catching Up from A Quilting Life

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Hello friends, and happy Thursday! It’s been awhile since I was able to slow down enough to do a little works in progress + catching up report here on the blog. There has been lots to share, and there is still more to share, but it seems like for this week, at least, I have […]

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