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Quercus Rubra
Posted 2012-01-20 7:35 PM (#66186 - in reply to #65730)
Subject: RE: January finishes



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Okay here is a quick pic of some thing I finished last week during my sew along.

This is my redwork/30's combo piece.  She is all done.  Then the Sleeping Cat top before sashing and the 3 B's. 

The 3rd one is a personal challenge between me & Gerda. I need to draw out the oak leaves & acorns for the golden yellow sashing and the cornerstones and this will be another hand project to finish.

I have most of my vest done but one arm hole.... needs more binding to finish to take off the UFO list.

Tricia



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Wendy MI
Posted 2012-01-20 8:13 PM (#66187 - in reply to #66186)
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Yea...........I have another finish!!!!! Planet Patchwork 2008-9 BOM, "Inner Peace"

Love your finishes, Tricia

Wendy



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sew__n__so
Posted 2012-01-20 9:40 PM (#66191 - in reply to #65730)
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Wendy-- love the "Inner Peace"!!

Tricia-- great job on your quilt-along projects!! hope to see more of that this weekend!!
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MsMeow
Posted 2012-01-21 8:14 AM (#66192 - in reply to #65730)
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Tricia, they are all beautiful, but I have to say the kitties are my fave!

Wendy, I love the colors in your BOM. The black really makes the bright colors sparkle. Great work, ladies!
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debbieann
Posted 2012-01-21 1:46 PM (#66197 - in reply to #65730)
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Tricia ...I agree with Donna of course...kitties...got to love them...lol beautiful pieces.

Wendy .....wow the colours are superb in the Inner Peace......just very relaxing and calming. WTG.

Hugs and stitches


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SallyC
Posted 2012-01-21 3:50 PM (#66205 - in reply to #65730)
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odd, my comment disappeared...
Wendy--really beautiful!

Tricia, they are all wonderful but the redwork/30's combo is awesome!!!!!
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Gerda
Posted 2012-01-21 4:20 PM (#66209 - in reply to #65730)
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That's my fave, too, Sally, of those three.
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ThreadsMA
Posted 2012-01-21 9:04 PM (#66221 - in reply to #65730)
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Snow storm here today went out in the car anyway. Had hair appointment for everything at 9:30 am. Lucky me the salon did not have heat or hot water! Finish this later cell phone is ringing
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ThreadsMA
Posted 2012-01-21 9:37 PM (#66222 - in reply to #66221)
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ok the salon did get heat and warm water. I was there untill 1:00 Had whole head colored, foiled and cut. Finally got a bob haircut, other times she said that I didn't want to look like everybody, that I was an individual. how does she know what I think lol Had the coloring etc done in two steps. So while the main coloring was processing on my head, I was looking at the hair style magazines, found 3 or 4 pictures of hair styles that I liked and showed them to her. She said that we would talk about it after my hair was foiled and washed. oh by the way the person that does my hair is the owner. After my hair was washed in cold water, then foiled and sent under the nice warm heat lamps to process I left the picture that I really liked out where she could see it. Then my hair was washed in sort of warm water, then we had the talk. I ened up with the bob hair cut and it looks very nice on me if I say so myself! lol

going home was slippery anyway was finally able to cut material into squares and rectangles for the back of quilt I am working on tomorrow will cut more 8.5 by 12.5 inch rectangles and 4.5 inch squares

Lynn
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MsMeow
Posted 2012-01-22 4:21 PM (#66237 - in reply to #65730)
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This is the first project from my Quilt U. class. It's a collage of a flower called Indian blanket (I think I posted a pic of the actual flower earlier). My main project will be a pale pink orchid. So far we've done a line drawing of the photo. We've done a value study of the photo and have used that to turn the line drawing into a value map for the quilt.





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SallyC
Posted 2012-01-23 10:26 PM (#66262 - in reply to #65730)
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double post!

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SallyC
Posted 2012-01-23 10:28 PM (#66264 - in reply to #65730)
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I've started a new BOM with El (called "Quilts From El's Kitchen") that is either 6" or 12 " finished blocks with a medallion center made of Cherry Basket plus appliques. I will be doing both (of course) and will be doing 6" versions in El's Victory GArden line (40s) and the 12" blocks in 30s from my stash. I also made a wee quilt from each of the blocks this month--well, a top at least! The small quilt of 20 @ 6" hourglass blocks is from a charm pack!

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Gerda
Posted 2012-01-23 10:30 PM (#66265 - in reply to #65730)
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Sally, those are so CUTE!!! and what a great idea to make mini/small quilts from the smaller blocks!
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Gerda
Posted 2012-01-23 10:32 PM (#66266 - in reply to #65730)
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Oh, wait, I see you are using different fabrics for the different projects - cool!
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SallyC
Posted 2012-01-23 10:33 PM (#66267 - in reply to #65730)
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Not sure you can tell, all of the fabric in Mommy's Aprons are candy prints (candy canes, assorted hard candies, gum drops etc. from Candy Land, peppermints, jelly beans, candy corn and assorted Halloween candy, oh yes, a few 'waist bands' of Lucy's chocolates--think that's all........still need to send some to Debbieann!
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