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Thread: NEW Year means NEW Quilts!

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    Senior Member fayza's Avatar
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    As I've been reading through the posts on the QB I've seen alot of New Year's Resolutions, I thought it would be fun if everybody shared some "quilting resolutions" What patterns have you been wanting to try, and are willing to make a resolution that you WILL do in the year 2011?

    Can't wait to hear from everyone :)

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    Crazy Quilt

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    Senior Member fayza's Avatar
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    I absolutely have to work on finishing all the quilts I have started first. But I would love to do an Annie's Choice Quilt. The blocks are 12" I would like to do a 42 block quilt (6 across, 7 down) or maybe 30 blocks with some sashing in between. IDK...... but its so much fun to daydream about the next project.

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    My New Years resolution would be to finish my quilt and start working on my red work wall hanging :?

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    I will finish my triple irish chain queen/king size quilt. (This might be a pipe dream.)

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    My New Year's Resolution is to learn how to run my new Tin Lizzie that should be arriving on December 21st. Can't wait to finish a couple easy quilt tops so I can practice on my new "baby"! It's my first long arm, so will be an adventure learning how to load the quilts, etc. I'll probably be asking for lots of advice on here!

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    Junior Member freemo's Avatar
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    My New Year's resolution is to quilt on my new Sapphire 735. I bought it with a Handi Quilter 10 ft frame when I thought we were building a sewing room addition this fall. Hopefully it will happen next summer so after the holidays I am going to set it up in my husband's shop.

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    My new years resolution is to practice, practice practice! I've been working on my machine quilting (just my regular sewing machine)....and would really like to gain confidence in that.

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    I think everything I want to try is already in motion. Maybe a crazy quilt or something simple like repeated schoolhouses in red and white... or a pickledish! New York Beauty! A Baltimore Album!

    Oh, no. Ideas are occurring to me. I thought I was satisfied.

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    Curved seams! And more applique.

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