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Thread: What is your new must have/quilt kit or pattern?

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    Senior Member momto4's Avatar
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    Mine is of course

    http://www.rjrfabrics.com/patterns/d...rn.cfm?psID=64

    I love it sooo much. Hardest part is going to be giving it away for sure lol.

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    Than make and keep. I try to keep one every once in a while, one that I make especially for me. :-D

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    I just finished my pink one, but maybe I will give THAT one to her and then keep this one LOL :D

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    Mine is going to be the newest OBW book coming out in April :D:D:D

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    ooh :) that sounds like a good one amma! :D

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    The project you are going to do is beautiful. Jinny Beyer fabrics are stunning. Can't wait to see it.

    My next must have/do is the from the Scrap-Basket Surprises book. It is the Beach Cottage quilt on page 29.

    The Fabric Shack in Waynesville, OH has one on display and it is the most restful quilt I have ever seen. I saw it for the first time about two months ago and fell in love with it. Realized I already had the book so I was a quarter of the way there. Well on Saturday my DD met me there and it was still on display and still calling my name Denise, Denise, Denise. I should mention that this was the fourth time I had seen it. Well I took the plunge and bought Bali Pops, border and binding fabric to make it. I decided to use the Bali Pops because frankly I couldn't bring myself to having the clerk cut 40 1/4 yard pcs.
    Anyway the sample in the shop is much prettier than the one in the book. I took some pics of the sample so I could refer to it.
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    I want to do a mariners star this year.

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    This is a constant thing every week of something I just have to have.......so let's see
    1. I love that chick applique pattern from connecting threads..I am waiting for it to come back in so I can order it. It is out of stock right now.

    2. Amy BUtler's Sexy hexy love quilt made from the love collection...I have enough to do my BFF's quilt ( she wants the same one) and I am thinking maybe after I get hers done..I wont want to do another...

    3. I also just bought 5 books from connecting threads and I just know there are projects in each one of those that i NEED to do ...lol

    agh! I just don't have enough time in my day.....

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    Everything I see!!!! ;)

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    Hehe you sound like me char I just keep seeing more I NEED to have! lol. Oh well at least it keeps me sane to quilt!!! Well... mostly sane anyhow.

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    That is so strange, momto4, I just printed that pattern over the weekend. Planning out which colors to go with. Not sure if I want to duplicate as shown. Although those colors would go great in the bedroom. I like pinks a lot too! Decisions, decisions! Hmmmm!
    DeeDee

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    I want the Cosmic Jewels kit from Keepsake quilting. It is on page 88. It just screams out my oldest sons name! For myself I want the Evangeline kit on page 63, the Sunny Days kit on page 46 (only I would make it bigger)and I'm sure I could come up with a few more!

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    I want to make a really nice totebag for myself. I think I've settled on this bag.

    http://www.thecreativethimble.com/ca...products_id=40

    I would love to know any feedback about the pattern if anyone on this board has ever made it.

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    Okay after looking at your pattern that is my next quilt after doing a log cabin with my quilting BFF.

    Thanks for the inspiration!

    Sheila

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    mine may be the block of the month, if I can find time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gailmitchell
    I want to make a really nice totebag for myself. I think I've settled on this bag.

    http://www.thecreativethimble.com/ca...products_id=40

    I would love to know any feedback about the pattern if anyone on this board has ever made it.
    I made this about two years ago. I got stumped with some of the directions, but called her & she helped me. But I want to warn you it is Huge! Great when you're traveling. It is a nice tote/bag.

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    I have to do one of these with fabric by Paula Nadelstern. I collect paperweights and I just thing this would be so wonderful hanging near them. Plus... it is easier than it looks! Kind of a cheater quilt...he he he
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    I've heard so many good things about Eleanor Burns' books (the quilt in a day series) that I bought her Log Cabin Quilt in a Day. I've flipped through it and it seems so simple and stream lined! Which means I'll be able to make my mother a quilt for her extra-long twin bed for Mother's Day. Now the fun part is coming- choosing the fabric!

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