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Thread: Anyone Working on Any Projects Today???

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    :cry: :cry: :cry:
    I am in the ripping process of my almost finished quilt........
    I realize there is a large Gran canyon ....where I added the extra batting............
    I will try to fix it...but who knows.....
    Its not the best quilting day for me.... :cry: :cry: :cry:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Country Quilter
    I am doing the mystery quilt from Quiltaholics this weekend! It started yesterday and I am making the large quilt so I am way behind!! LOL I worked 14 hours yesterday and have been at it since 5 this morning again today! Whew!

    Here's the link in case anybody wants it!

    http://www.quiltaholics.com/mystery.htm
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    wow! looks interesting!! I bookmarked that site for future reference!!! how is it coming along? I am just starting to read this post after I made this thread on Sunday, so you might have already posted it LOL.. if not!! please please please post photos!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pawquilts
    I am doing some applique work today. Although not quilting, I am making kitchen towels with an Irish flair. Using white terry fabric, I will add shamrocks using applique method and then lace edges. :)
    very festive for this time of year!! they sound great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minda
    I'm working on a quilt for a wedding gift, so I'll be finishing some of the blocks for that today.
    I have a wedding quilt to make too, but it doesn't need to be ready until August, so I still have a little time yet!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamagus
    I just finished the top of that sampler quilt. Finally done! I'll get it put together over Easter break when I get into the school and can spread out three or four quilts and get them all pinned.

    And speaking of school! I just finished term two reports! YAHOOOOO! That makes me that much closer to retirement in June!!!!

    I'll post pics of the quilt top later. :wink:
    way to go mamagus!!! woo hooo!! the countdown to retirement is on!!!!

    yes please post photos!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joan
    I know it's Monday now but will post my activities for yesterday as everyone else did. I am working on a lap quilt for my soon to be 85 year old Dad. It originally was going to be all browns and tans, masculine looking. But, I just couldn't stop myself and have added some blue highlights---very scrappy looking, too. The day was lots of fun and I hope to have a picture to post one of these days. Thank goodness for weekends, it off to work this morning.....
    Sounds like a great quilt Joan!! I made a lap quilt for my Dad years ago, but unfortunately it didnt' get finished in time. He passed away 9 years ago. He loved to take afternoon naps and curl under a blanket! HE would cover up his head too! LOL I continued making the lap/nap qult top, but have yet to quilt it. I couldnt' bring myself to finish it yet.. but much time has past and I do still plan to complete it. It was blue and white with applique flowers all over it. He loved his garden and planting flowers and shrubs. I called the quilted "Flowers for Daddy". I will use it for my afternoon cat naps now. I will feel a little closer to him when I use it. I am an only child and I was very very close to my Dad. Yep I was a Daddy's Girl.. and although he is gone and I'm 36 years old (turned 36 week ago today) I am still a Daddy's Girl!! :)

    I cant' wait to see the photo Joan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying_V_Goddess
    I got a book on how to do Celtic knotwork so I could try and make my own borders for my sea map wallhanging instead of looking through 8 billion websites trying to find one that I like and will work for this design.

    Celtic knots are alot of fun you will love them!! I made a pillow throw for my bed from a celtic knot.. eventually I would love to do a full size quilt! good luck with it!

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    Well, Aggi......I opted to go with scrappy and a cream background and plan to put some color for the sashing, blue or sage perhaps? Anyway, here are 13 of the blocks on my design wall so far...have more made but this is all that will fit on my small flannel wall! LOL I have a close up of 4 of them also will post that....the big picture didn't turn out all that well, the lighting was bad in here that time of day.

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    oooh wow!!! Country Quilter that is a great quilt!!! very colourful!!! Its looking great!

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    I got 5 blocks done for the bali quilt that Misstreated posted. I didn't get anything done on the Crown Royal quilt. I need to complete all of my projects in the next 5 months as I've decided to go back to school after 20 years and finish my accounting degree. After 140 hours I'll have a BA in accounting with a minor in Criminal Justice:) I'm so terrified lol! Someone needs to promise me that they'll come kick my butt from Kansas to California if I chicken out! The prospect of Business Calculus leaves me with a brick in my stomache. It's too good of a deal to pass up though, the company I work for is paying 100% of tuition costs so I'd be a complete idiot not to.

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