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Thread: Bebe's Sewing Room /new pics added on 10/18

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    Junior Member Puzwhiz's Avatar
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    You are so welcome. I really enjoyed seeing all your projects. I think there are some more we need to take pics of. Hee. Hee.

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    All great but really really love the christmas blocks!!!!

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    Thanks Melissa that is probably going to be a 2 yr project because it takes a long time to make some of those blocks. I love Christmas and wanted to make this applique quilt

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    I love the doll. Thanks for sharing her.

    Maggie

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    I love your sewing room!!! I am sooo anxious to get my own sewing room now. I have seen some wonderful ideas from everyone who has shared photos of their sewing rooms. First of all, I need my house (if all goes well I will have that before Christmas.. THEN I will get my dream sewing studio/classroom built!!!)


    oooooooooh I love your pink and brown log cabin quilt!!!! I always loved that quilt style!

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    Bebe,
    your x-mas blocks are going to make one beautiful quilt! I like the fabrics you chose.

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    I like the Tulip farm and the dear Jane blocks... Do you use stabiliser under them ? Great projects

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    Bebe your pictures just amaze me. I think in your one set of birthday blocks the cat looking out the window is the Bomb. You are going to have some real pretty quilts there. I do have a question though, how hard are the Dear Jane blocks? Are you machine or hand piecing? Also are you using all the same background fabric? On the website it said machine was 8 yds, but really 15yds. Just wondering.

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    Thanks you ladies for you coming to take a peek at my sewing room and projects.

    Maggiebooboo I wanted you to see Lucinda so that pic was for you.

    QAggi thanks for the comp. glad you liked my brown and pink log cabin quilt.

    Ruth I do not use stabilizer I just pin it well to my backing fabric and do needle turn applique. Tulip farm has been a wip for awhile I work on it when I do not feel like usingthe machine or I take a project along to somewhere I cannot take my machine. i am slowly making my dear Jane blocks.

    Renee some of the Dear Jane blocks are hard I have started with some of the simpler ones . I piece by machine the ones I can and have done needle turn and reverse applique on a few. I am using a line of fabric I had that had several pieces. You can make a scrappy one and use light color backgrounds and what ever fabric you have. The original one was made with civil war fabrics but I have seen many done the quilters way. Check out he book and take a adventure at making one.The catblock was done by my friend Nellie who belongs to my Birthday swap and she designedthat one for me since I love cats.

    Quiltwoman yes I have been appliquing the Christmas blocks since last year. I work on them occasionally and that is why they are taking me so long. That is one of my WIP.

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    Bebe, Thanks for sharing your pictures. Your quilts are BEAUTIFUL. Where did you find the yellow basket with the handles?

    I love Lucinda - she's beautiful. Looks like she's ready for the yellow brick road to Oz. Please show us some more of your ragdoll collection.


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    Thanks Bebe,

    I'm getting the book but don't have yet since I haven't gone to moms to pick it up for my birthday. I joined the civil war fat quarter club, so I plan on using those. I just don't want to go out and buy 15yds. of fabric for the back ground but who knows really what I'll do till I get my book. Your blocks look really good too. I really do know i'll have to start out with the easy blocks since I'm still in squares and rectangles. :oops:

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    Its so neat! Mine is so messy. I have to really clean up tomorrow. Mine is to the point where I have almost as much fabric out of the closet as I do in it :lol: And its a big closet :!: I have so little time to work on projects that it seriously cuts into that if I was to pick up. If I could just learn to pick up as I go, it wouldn't be so bad, but that's for another lifetime. I love your quilts so pretty!

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    Hi Minda I have had my yellow basket for years. I am not sure where it came from. Sorry to be of no help.
    My other rag dolls are not as refined as Lucinda she was hand made by a lady who only makes dolls and the others are premanufactured but I still ove them When my friends comes over againi will ask her to take pics of them. I have a African doll that is next in line to Lucinda and I really love her also. Black rag dolls are my favorite.Glad you liked my quilts and projects.

    Thanks Vick for stopping by.

    Renee make sure you get the CD and rulers for Dear Jane. If you need help let me know I go to a quilt shop where they help me with my blocks and i can get answers for you.You can also use quality muslin foryour project or just buy a few light Fatq's at a time. It takes very little fabric to make a block.

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    Cool thanks for the info I wasn't planning on getting that stuff but I will now.

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    Bebe,

    Your blocks from birthday swap groups and others you have made are wonderful. I especially love the Tulip Farms appliqued ones. TKS for posting them.

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    Your applique is awesome. I love the Tulip Farm and the Christmas blocks. Cannot wait for you to post pics of them when you are done.

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    Thanks Marcia for the comp. I like to do applique on occasion and that is why it is taling me a lomg while to complete these 2 quilt tops.

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    Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! Love your applique blocks and can't wait to see the whole quilt. Some day, I hope to try my hand at a similar project.

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    I love the red,white, and blue quilt, but the other one is cool too. I have a tiny corner of my dining room for my sewing so I am sooo envious of your sewing room.

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    Glad you came to see my room and liked the red white and blue quilt!!!!!

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    Wow Bebe! I just love your room and ALL your treasures you have in it!
    I still want to come and play in there! :)

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    okay come on over and let's play!!!!!

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    Don't I wish it was that easy!
    Didn't someone mention a magic carpet? lol

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    Hey girl. They are so pretty! I thought you said you didn't like bright bold colors. I love the red, white & blue. The other one is real nice too. Got the Texas Quilt shop banner finished will try to post later. I'm quilting on the Star Spin monster now. Forgot how big king size is. Have fun at quilt show. Wish I could go too. Hope ya'll get a nice slow rain from the huricane. Know you need it . Deb

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    Thanks Deb hope you get to SA soon!!!
    How about meeting in Austin for their show at the end of September?

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