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Thread: What are you busy with this new year???

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    Senior Member sewsue's Avatar
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    I started an angel quilt long ago and have been putting it together and also doing the borders. This is the centre and then I have added a border of applique hearts and the last is the paper piecing flying geese.

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    My angel quilt
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    community benefactor Knot Sew's Avatar
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    that is a beautiful quilt. can you show us someclose ups. I have been finishing quilts my grandaughters started last year :D

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    I Love it. Very Pretty. Where did you get your pattern for your applique angels?

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    oh beautiful. yes please can we see a close up of your quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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    SewSue, your quilt to be is beautiful. Can't wait to see a big picture of it.

    I started a quilt for my eldest grandson's birthday. He'll be 11 come March. I have no idea how he got to be so old so fast. Amazing. Anyway, here's a preview of the first 6 blocks.

    I am also working on some applique borders for another quilt and trying to decide on a setting for another and ... too many to list here. :lol:
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    sewsue that is going to be a beauty--iam starting a flanal for my husband he wanted for xmas, i was to busy for other people--so he has to wait

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    I love the effect it has, can you tell me what the design is called??

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    I'm working on a quilt about 50 x 60 that has the State Of Florida, Sky, Water and all the critters, space shuttle, birds and anything else pertaining to the State. Since I make all my own patterns, I expect it will keep me busy most of the year.

    I just finished one of a Southwest theme, blocks with all manner of desertt critter and flora. It was for a friend, and she was totally blown away when she saw it.

    I just got a camera, and will soon learn to post my work on the net too.

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    Junior Member ozarkgal's Avatar
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    your quilts sound wonderful,hope to see them soon--keeping quilting

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan22
    I love the effect it has, can you tell me what the design is called??
    I'm not sure who's project you're asking about but on the chance that it's mine here are the details.
    It's from the book
    Strip-Pieced Quilts - Easy Design from Just Six Fabricsby Maaike Bakker
    Progress so far - 5 rows of 4 blocks each. Each block is 91/8 inches and will finish at 8 5/8 inches. The quilt's name in the book is "Chateauponsac".
    3 rows to go and then sewing the blocks together.
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