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Thread: THE FWS PONY CLUB Quilt=Along wk 40 Sheep Fold & Star of Hope Photo Page

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    Mirabelle--your block is pretty...your quilt is going to be so elegant with those roses!! The other quilt you made is great...very masculine. What is the name of the pattern?

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    "Sigh" from Iowa Mirabelle and there's very little blue in it. Thanks for sharing your beautiful batik quilt.
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    Mirabelle-It's got such a soft, masculine look ta it. Beautiful!
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    Oh Mirabelle, that quilt for your son is wonderful! I'm sure he is so proud of it!
    "You have enough quilts made when your soul is filled, your creativity satisfied and your fingers just won't work anymore."

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    Quote Originally Posted by carriem View Post
    Mirabelle--your block is pretty...your quilt is going to be so elegant with those roses!! The other quilt you made is great...very masculine. What is the name of the pattern?
    Carriem it is called Smokey River and was a kit from Keepsake Quilting. I don't normally buy kits, but this one just sort of grabbed me.
    Karen

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardnergal970 View Post
    Mirabelle...what a beautiful quilt. I echo Jan...how do you get so much done? Most days I sew 5-6 hours and don't have too many finished quilts to show for it. Maybe that's my problem. I love the piecing but not the quilting so not to much gets actually finished. You are much more balanced and disciplined no doubt.
    Ggal I am a typical Virgo, everything has to be organised, I spent years working in Administration and Finance and my daily planner saved my sanity


    I always have a notebook on my desk and plan out what has to be accomplished, write it all down and cross it off when its done.
    This week goes something like this
    Piece PC blocks
    Quilt Hearts charity quilt
    Embroider teddy bear blocks
    Sew binding on medallion quilt
    Start making bags for Patchwork Club's Show n Tell
    Piece Dinosaur quilt top
    I am continually crossing off and adding stuff, when DH is at work I will sew for maybe 8 hours a day, when he is home it is a lot less. I have 8 charity quilts completed so far this year and hope to get 12 finished by the end of the year
    Karen

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    Here is my last block for this week, crossed off my list and as soon as I post this will be sewing binding on while DH and I watch a movie.
    Hope you like it
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    Karen

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    That is beautiful Mirabelle, as usual. I am soooo anxious to see your quilt all together. I know it is going to be spectacular!
    "You have enough quilts made when your soul is filled, your creativity satisfied and your fingers just won't work anymore."

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    Thank you JeanieG, the inspiration came from your Farmers Wife Sampler as I so enjoyed seeing your blocks every week. The idea of using just one fabric range appealed to me. As the end gets closer I am getting to see more of how the fabrics work together and I am loving it..
    Karen

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    Love that block, Mirab. The red really adds a spark and your piecing is great, too.
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