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Thread: Wall Hanging Swap March-June 2014

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    Ok my WH is done.....should I reveal or keep it a surprise?

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    I have been looking at this swap, wondering if I wanted to join. Then yesterday as I was driving to work, I have an hour commute, the perfect pattern came to mind, so I am in. Will be sending the PM.

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    Sign up for wall hanging swap!
    anyone can sign up at any time as long as you have a wall hanging ready to mail by June 30th
    Only those who let me know they are ready to mail will get an address on July 1st.

    Signing up doesn't tie you down to having to have one done. IF you don't get done on time you can wait and send it on the next swap. NO pressure at all.

    Welcome Anoke Quilter! Glad you joined us!

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    Hey Rhonda I am going to make a second WH similar to the first in case we need an angel....

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    J, you're an angel.
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    That's really sweet of you J I appreciate it. Thanks for thinking ahead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JNCT14 View Post
    Ok my WH is done.....should I reveal or keep it a surprise?

    J, guess what I want. If guessed picture show, you are right!
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    Hello to everybody that's watching,

    Who likes red, white and blue?
    Who likes Longaberger Baskets?
    Who likes R, W & B Longaberger quilts?

    For those of you who answered yes, you may be the lucky recipient of this little pocket quilt in the swap.

    As always I was researching what I wanted to do this time and found this little pillow kit in my stash of patterns. I interrupted what I was doing and started to play with the kit and thought if it finished okay I would include it as one of my offerings for the swap. Well I like it and hope you do to. I thought if I added some red it would be great for the 4th of July.

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    I just can't help myself from saturating the thread with pictures. The corners have prarie points. Hope you like the results. It is a working pocket. The surprise is inside!
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    Ube that quilt is so cute! I never heard of Longaberger I will have to look that up.

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    OK guys, here is mine, finished.
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    Oh, JNCT14. That is so cool. Great use of mixed media and I love the fabric you used for the vase. I like the flowers and think they would also make cool pin cushions if the centers were stuffed with the right amount of material. Wouldn't that be cute?

    If you haven't looked up Longaberger yet, here is a link. I didn't think there was any one in America that didn't know about Longaberger Baskets.

    Just to clarify, I am not affiliated in any way with the company and don't even own any of their fine crafted baskets. Even the kit I used for the WH was given to me when someone was cleaning out their stash. The date on the quilt package is 2004. It has been in my stash for about 2 years.

    http://ic.longaberger.com/ecommerce/...EX=1&style=red

    Enjoy browsing.
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    Ube - hee hee I did stuff the centers and someone is getting a 'gimmee' along with the WH!! I wont say but I think you can guess.....

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    oooooh, Very nice, J.
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    Ok so my angel WH is in progress - think blue suns!

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    Here is a clue what's going to be in my Wallhanging

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    Here is the second clue. Will not post no more till the top is completed

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    Pbadder, I know this pattern! Very sweet! I like your fun fabrics on the pots!
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    Pbadder I like that! Are you going to applique the pieces?

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    Btw has anyone done a ruffled Dresden Plate? I am contemplating one.

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    J, Haven't heard of this. Got a picture sample?
    peace
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    Yes all pieces will be appliqued on pots are already done.

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    Pbadder, I really like your pots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ube quilting View Post
    J, Haven't heard of this. Got a picture sample?
    peace
    Ube here is the link - its called Arizona - My Fair Lady. It uses Stack N Whack which I have never done, but I like the concept. Looks like a good project for hand piecing as well. http://api.viglink.com/api/click?for...show-2012.html

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    J, That is a beautiful quilt. I was expecting something different. This is a fussy cut pattern and what looks like traditional piecing. I have done both fussy cutting and Dresden plate quilts, just never together. This one is way over the top! Thanks for the link to the show. Have fun choosing a material for this awesome project.
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    Okay here is my finished top.

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