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Thread: March -June 2019 Wall Hanging Swap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judith1005 View Post
    Have changed things up for a bit. I am working on a different Wall Hanging for a bit. I saw this block over on Pinterest. It's called the Oklahoma Twister Block. The block looks big. But it's only 6.5" unfinished. Still playing with triangles.

    Can't wait to see what you will make with this. I am dabbling in minis also.
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    Kansas Twister is a cool block. Imagine it in all scrappy pieces, yum.

    The geraniums are beautiful. Once you find a spot they like there is no stopping them. You do have a green thumb, Judith.
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    I would like to try again, please.

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    Gorgeous triangle play, Judith. Small projects are fun, aren't they?

    I'm trying a new technique with this swap. I'm not sharing in case I mess up.. Lol.. I'm playing in my new EQ8 program to design it...I love this software..... We'll see how it turns out.

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    I did some planning/playing with a couple ideas on graph paper, not sure if I like them or not. I am thinking about doing a 4th of July themed WH but I need to find the right inspiration. I spent a lot of time on Pinterest searching for ideas but haven't decided on anything yet.

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    Got my wh done and sent pm. Used a sewing theme and will be a surprise. It is one I tried last year and didn't get finished in time. I was able to finish right before my surgery.
    I will be a lookie-lou on the board for the next several months as my doctor wants me to quit quilting so I can recover from hand surgery (hand not in great shape right now). I am so bummed.
    Good luck everyone. Looking forward to seeing what you all create.
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    Wow, Rumbols....speedy girl! Can't wait to see your creation. Listen to the doctor and give the hand the rest it's needed. You'll be back at quilting in no time. Let us know how you are doing!
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    Well.....bummer....I have been waiting patiently for the mailman because I ordered something special for my wall hanging. It came today and it isn't the right thing!!!! All isn't wasted because my Niece (that I'm trying to cajole into joining the swap) loved the wrong thing, so she is now the proud owner. Can't tell you what it is, but now I'm waiting for the mailman Again, hoping this time I ordered the right thing! Not sure how I'm gong to give you a peek if it ever gets here...but we'll see......
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    granky, you are really good at being sneaky. Glad this object worked for your sister.
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    My fabrics are kitted and ready to go....Going bright, folks! Teehee...

    Gran...got my curiosity spiked!!
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    Well....the mailman cometh....and so did the 'right' thing...and now....can I really do what I have in mind? I can do this....I can do this...can't I???? I promise that if it doesn't work out I'll explain everything that I intended, but lets hope it doesn't come to that. I have been super busy, but hopefully I can get my project started later today.
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    Quit teasing and get to it, granky... Lol... I'm so curious!

    I'm starting mine this week. Been anxious to dive in and start this. Think I'll be making 2...lol...
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    granky, you're making me cranky. I am very curious.

    I'm not sure what I want to do, Skimming through my books and magazines for inspiration. Heres a question for everyone, I don't even know if it can be answered. I know we all enjoy anything we receive but if you could open a package and the very thing you wanted was there, what would it be?

    What kind of WHing would be your favorite to receive, colors fabrics, pattern, embellishments, style? This is just a for fun question, knowing we can't choose which quilt we get.
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    Sheesh! I'll be watching for the answer to this one! (But really can't answer myself since I like them all!!!)
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    oh Ube....tough question. Not able to answer definitively....I enjoy all the beautiful creations in our swap. Each time someone posts a picture, I think...ooooo, I like that one best....I hope I get this......then someone else posts a picture. lol! I am super easy to please. If I had a preference tho, I like unique....something someone created without a pattern....one of a kind...just winged it from something that inspired them. I think those are special....however, using patterns are awesome, too. See? I cannot answer this question. lol!
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    yes Ube, I guess if I am truthful I have liked the appliqued picture wall hangings I have received the best . All I have received though I have liked . My one dislike is computer embroidery machine work. To me it doesn't look home made .

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    I love and appreciate all the talented quilters here. And, would be proud to own any one I receive.

    But, right now, I am really drawn to pastels, soft, pretty, girly. I love embellishments and applique. Those would be my favorites. But, I definitely love when patterns are blended also. With piecing, applique and embellishments together.
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    Well Teen....I sorta 'got to it'...and here's a pic of what I hope will be the base for the 'right thing'...this is prior to quilting, and it remains to be seen if it works...or if I have to start over. I'll know in a couple of days...or so....

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    I love it, one of my favorite colors.
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    Granky, visually stunning. It draws you in. I can't wait to see more.
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    oh wow, Granky….beautiful fuzzy cutting. looks like a diamond sphere. so pretty. Looks like it is working out and we are all loving it!
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    Very nice Granky, be lovely to see it finished . My favourite colour as well

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    I received my Candy cane from Rhonda today . What a lovely surprise

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    Hi

    I'd like to join this swap too.
    Where do I need to send email with my information?

    Thanks
    Denise

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    Hi silentflight, happy you want to join us. Rhonda hosts the swap. You want to Private message (PM) her. She is the first post in the thread. All the directions and info she needs are found in her first post. Click on her name and you will see a menu. click on private message, the rest should be easy. If you have any questions we will try to help. Enjoy.
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