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Thread: Quilts for Rosie - Weekly Paper Pieced Sampler Quilt Along

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    They are marked if you mean what to sew first and what last. The numbering is on the patterns.
    A balanced quilter is one with a project on each finger
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat


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    Quote Originally Posted by gardnergal970 View Post
    JanR I invited me to join so I'm looking it over. But I'm just about buried as it is and I want to start an appliqué quilt next week. I have one quilt ready to sandwich, two ready to put sashing on, three which includes the PC and FWS that I'm working on, a new mystery quilt in a couple of months at my LQS and a new project every month for MM. I'm wanting to do more of the quilting myself so I know that will slow everything else down. I'll be a lurker at least. It is a beautiful quilt.
    I won't tell you how many tops I've ready for quilting. I keep starting new projects and hoping I can keep up with them (which I can't right now). I bought a Craftsy quilting Class so I can improve my FMQ skills, at least that's the purpose. Now to find the time and energy to do the class
    A balanced quilter is one with a project on each finger
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat


    Nobody is completely useless, you can always serve as a bad example


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    Anael...I took that class too several months ago. I'm only just now beginning to put it to practice. Oh and I realized I had another quilt in process that I started LAST summer so there are 4 in various stages of completion and every time I walk into the LQS there are so many fabrics calling my name for something. So far, I've resisted pretty well.

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    Well...I ordered my book yesterday when I worked. Jan invited me a few weeks back and I have been following this thread since then. Once I get the book to look through I will decide for sure, but I think I am going to use batiks. I am doing a shop hop the 2nd week in Sept and am planning to get some fabric from each shop. Of course I have some in my stash for the first 2 blocks since I will need to have those done before I leave so I don't get too far behind!!

    I too am doing the FW pony club quilt. Doing pp'ing on that has gotten me hooked.

    Carrie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honchey View Post
    Ok Patricia, I'll be the first to tell you being that I post the threads for "THE FWS PONY CLUB Quilt-Along" consisting of 90 blocks 2 a week here on the "Board" We've been at it since January 3, 2012... Quite a few of us were on a similar journey "The FWS Sampler Quiilt-Along" same author...111 blocks 2 a week started on or around August 4, 2010...so you see some of us have been together for almost 2 years...having fun, struggling along with pping, trying to keep current or just keeping up...trailing along. We all have nick names and QuiltE keeps us all in line. We can be a handful just having fun and doing some sewing as we go along...and now quite a few of the PC'ers have opted to come along with you on your journey for "Quilts for Rosie" . Honchey

    Honchey, good to see some of you guys again. Some of us just did the FWQ journey. I still haven't assembled my 111 blocks together, but they wait patiently. Perhaps you gals will entice me to finish the top for journey #1.

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    Welcome carriem!
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    Book has arrived - ooh am sooo excited!! Think I might have talked my mum into stitching along as well. Any more joining from UK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirsty View Post
    Book has arrived - ooh am sooo excited!! Think I might have talked my mum into stitching along as well. Any more joining from UK?
    Wonderful!
    Patricia Faye

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    I ordered my book from Amazon on Tues and rec'd it on Thurs. Now that is what I called good sevice. Can we start now?
    Mary

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    Can I finish my Dear Jane first ?
    A balanced quilter is one with a project on each finger
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat


    Nobody is completely useless, you can always serve as a bad example


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