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Thread: Lastest Workshop I Attended

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    Super Member quilter1962's Avatar
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    Well I know !!!! I am naughty, I've started something else without finishing what I've already got on the go LOL.

    This is a 3 part workshop - It's called "Quilters Village" one of the ladies in my group told me last night that this pattern is currently available to buy in the British Patchwork & Quilting magazine if anyone is interested.

    I shall post progress as I work along the way.

    Hope the link works for you to see the end result.

    Tisha

    PS I've removed the link as it doesn't seem to be working ~URGH
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    Love it, Love it, LOOOVE it!

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    CUTE

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    that si soo cute I love it!! and I guess I am very naughty because I have atleast 7 projects going on at once :shock: :shock: :mrgreen:
    Can't wait to see more

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    Nice to see another house design, I hope this is a series of different blocks? Will it be in a bed or wall quilt?
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    Very cute!!! Can't wait to watch the progress!

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    Very cute, I likey!!
    I'll be watching!

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    Cute.

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    I think it is so cute. I, too, can't wait for the progress pictures. :)
    p.s. I thought it was a requirement to have at least 3 WIPs....:) :) hhhhmmmmmmm

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    Peasoup, Reneebobby - isn't it just so cute thank you .

    Star - 7 projects really !!! I'm sitting here counting mine up & I have 9 WIP, I've obvoiusly got a PROBLEM :oops:

    Mousegirl - I wish I could post the link but it doesn't want to play, it's a wall hanging there are another two hills to add to this current one they also have houses on them & Christmas trees too. Then there are triangles to be sewn to each corner to make it square. I have to get to this stage for when I take my next class on the 21st of October. Wish me luck :wink:

    Esqmommy - Thank you, watch this space I am hoping to make a start on the next hill by the weekend. :wink:

    Ninnie - Taking a bow as I type, LOL multi tasking as us girls do :lol: I'm so honoured that you are going to be following my progress I just have to say I adore all your work. :wink:

    Quilt4u - Thank you.

    SharonC - Thank you, well no more pictures before the week end I feel hope you can manage to contain yourself until then :wink: BTW how many WIP's do you have :lol:

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    I love this style of quilt and can't wait to see yours as it does along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1962

    SharonC - Thank you, well no more pictures before the week end I feel hope you can manage to contain yourself until then :wink: BTW how many WIP's do you have :lol:
    I knew I had a few but you made me go and actually count. 3 tops to quilt, one child's applique quilt, a PP twisted triangle wall hanging (both are almost UFOs), 4 crazy patch Christmas stockings (started last January) almost finished, a lonestar and a partridge in a pear tree :) :) :) So how many does that make? I count 10. I'm now sitting here rationalizing :) :)
    I believe I'm going to spend the next 2 weeks finishing what I can before I go on vacation. Then to the grindstone when I get back.

    Edited: I have another quilt I need to do by Nov 27 :) :) (Now I'm laughing hysterically).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SharonC
    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1962

    SharonC - Thank you, well no more pictures before the week end I feel hope you can manage to contain yourself until then :wink: BTW how many WIP's do you have :lol:
    I knew I had a few but you made me go and actually count. 3 tops to quilt, one child's applique quilt, a PP twisted triangle wall hanging (both are almost UFOs), 4 crazy patch Christmas stockings (started last January) almost finished, a lonestar and a partridge in a pear tree :) :) :) So how many does that make? I count 10. I'm now sitting here rationalizing :) :)
    I believe I'm going to spend the next 2 weeks finishing what I can before I go on vacation. Then to the grindstone when I get back.


    Edited: I have another quilt I need to do by Nov 27 :) :) (Now I'm laughing hysterically).

    LOL Sharon

    I'm there joining in too, if I laugh any louder I will wake DH & DS up. I do have an excuse though I am new to quilting so I'm allowed to be out of control LOL.
    Can't wait to see some of those WIP's of yours posted here on the board.

    The PP twisted triangle wall hanging sounds interesting - LOL I've just thought I want to make a pattern I've seen in McCall's magazine too of a Tuscan Village. Only problem is I can't get my mitts on the June edition over here in the UK where Pt 1 of the instructions are. I think it's probably a good idea I can't maybe. :wink:

    Tisha


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    Loved your reply. What do they say about birds of a feather :) (LMBO).
    I'm starting to think I have a major disorder :) I love working on a variety of things at one time, it keeps things interesting.
    I'll have to take some pictures of the WIPs when I get them ready to finish. I did recently post my EPP that I'm doing at night (so I can keep DH company in the living room).
    If you need me to look for the Tucsan pattern I'll be happy to "enable" you :)...just let me know.

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    Sweet - is it fused?

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    Very cute. Will be looking forward to the progress of this.

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    Looks great ....keep those pics coming.

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    That is just so cute!!! Can't wait to see more pictures as you work on this! :D

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