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Thread: Let the Virtual Quilt Weekend Begin...

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    Super Member Sunnie's Avatar
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    Love this DebraK even though it makes my eyes go funny.
    I'm sure it wouldn't do that in person...just on my monitor.

    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK View Post
    Wow! some great looking projects, Kaelyn.

    I'm still piecing on that little scrappy I showed you all last time. DH saw it and decided that the quilt needed to be bigger, and that we needed to keep it. Okay, but I still have to make a baby quilt to give away.
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    DebraK those looks like amazing projects! I think I'll add the Starburst quilt along to my "To Do" list.

    I'm very excited to hear about everyone's projects, more pics people!

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    I am in right after I go grocery shopping and get the house cleaned back up. I have been feeling a little under the weather for the past two days but plan on getting everything done tomorrow so I can have all day Saturday to join in. Sunday I have part of the day.

    I am planning on finishing up my SS packages and then onto that Twisted Tree that keeps looming over me. See all of you then. Happy sewing and someone please throw a couple of stitches for me tomorrow. Ill pick up some goodies for us to snack on while in town. Any requests?

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    Just found out my FiL is cold--he lives in Florida, but is in his late 80s. So a plaid flannel quilt moves up in the queue! I have the fabric, so I'll try to cut it out tomorrow.

    I've a sinus infection and both ears infected as well,so I'm working kind of slowly. Hoping the antibiotics will kick in so I can make some accomplishments this weekend.
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    Love your vibrant, scrappy stars! And your stormy sea fabrics are so well chosen and placed!


    Quote Originally Posted by kaelynangelfoot View Post
    I'm in, sort of. Nanowrimo also starts this weekend but I have a cold so I will be staying in. However, in between writing a novel, I would like to get this quilt top completely put together.Attachment 444302 I have made a few changes to layout since this photo was taken, but I'll leave that for later.

    The other projects I might be working on this weekend are my scrappy flying geese for my stars quilt and my stormy sea drunkard's path quilt

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    Yay! Virtual quilting again! I love these threads.... I will be working on some I Spys for the Childrens' Hospital. I just love these pics everyone is posting. Hope to add mine as I get some stuff done.

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    Well I'm off to quilting class soon. I'm going to work on not sure as for the last few weeks I've been teaching a newbie who is highly enthusiastic. Getting close to making a sandwich.

    As you can see in the picture bag is packed with show and tell plus items to do at class if time. Hopefully well prepared.
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    I will be working on piecing a queen sized quilt, and attempting to make my first fabric box. I have never quilted anything on my machine so I am excited to see how it goes!

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    Wow, you ladies have been busy! I am headed up to the sewing room in a few minutes. I have a meatloaf, mac & cheese, and carrots all ready to cook for lunch, they just need to be popped into the oven. I might take a few minutes and do a raspberry cobbler too. My husband is working from home this morning and will be on the phone so can't sew but I can finish cutting and getting things ready so when he leaves at 10, the machine can start humming!
    Heather

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    I don't have much time to sew on the weekends, but if I could manage to get the last 2 border strips on my youngest DD's peacock quilt, and the backing pieced, I would be satisfied.
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