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    That's a neat look Teen. It's going to be so soft and inviting.
    My little shinning stars. Brantley, Kaylynn, and Emmalee
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    Looks good to me! Are you hand quilting it?
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    No way! FMQ on my domestic. Not dense quilting. Mostly STID and stitching around and on appliques. I may go back once done and add some more but will see...
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    Oh sorry I asked Now I remember you said you don't hand quilt

    I keep discovering more Jen Kingwell quilts........I need more lives!!!
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    Sew nice, Teen!

    Hey I did some "stash" sewing last week!

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/pictur...h-t298811.html
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    Oh that's cute OK!!!!
    We almost don't mail any letters anymore. I can't remember the last time I sent one.....a few years ago. It's all by computer now.
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    Thanks, Anael..my sis remembers everyone's birthdays, etc.
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    That's a great time to receive cards and letters!! And so is Christmas
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    Thank you, gals!!

    OK....that's so pretty and perfect for the drawer. Both are such clever ideas. I have a sister who remembers every special day too. I call her each month to get the low down for greeting cards. Lol... She is such an enabler. Lol..
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    Teen, Love seeing more of your blocks and quilting. Wish that I was brave enough to quilt my projects.
    The best kind of sleep beneath heaven above is under a quilt hand made with love. Anonymous

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    Thanks, Blue Bell.. Since I decided to keep this one, the perfection of the quilting wasn't important. Plus, it's good practice. I would have liked to hold this and quilt on my future LA but I dislike unfinished projects. Lol.. I'll just make another one later. It's turning out really pretty, puffy, and comfy feeling since no dense quilting. My arms are tired from wrestling it, tho...
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    So, the center of the quilt is basically quilted....just the borders remaining; however, I'm going to do a bit more detail quilting on some blocks to stabilize the batting more. I should be binding this week.....at least that is my goal.
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    Went to 5day retreat. One of the ladies was making a Jen Kingwell quilt. She's to the finals section. It is totally different type fabric from yours. Anyway, got to see this fabulous creation in person. Kudos to all of you making this quilt.

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    Petthefabric....do you recall what Kingwell pattern she was making? Kingwell has so many awesome patterns and most of us are all making different ones. Tho...I think some of us own a lot of her patterns and intend to make them all..lol... Or be like Anael and make them all at the same time...

    Quilting done on Green Tea and Sweet Beans...here are some highlights.....so poofy and mushy and cushy....love it!! ....on to binding...
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    Hahahaha Teen, I restricted myself to two Jen quilts at the same time.

    I Love your GBST, it looks so comfy and soft!! The Trapunto really works! Now to show the whole quilt. What's next on your list?
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    I was going to Oder the Midnight Garden book- but am really drawn to the gypsy wife one so ordered that one and the Quilt Lovely book- excited to start trying out her patterns and using up some of the crazy scraps I have. I love looking at all of your blocks.
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    Nice ckcowl!! The Quilt Lovely book has some lovely patterns!
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    I think it was Gypsy Wife

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    No Gypsy Wife is alike, I've seen quite a few and each one is different. I like most of them, some I don't. That's the beauty of quilting, you can do whatever you want because it's yours!
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    Ckcowl....GW is on my bucket list...most of Kingwell patterns are on my bucket list...lol. So glad to hear you may start yours soon. Kingwell patterns are fantastic scrap busters...

    Anael...my next Kingwell may be Happy birds but I've got a couple of projects ahead of this one so we'll see. I have the fabric for it..
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    Anael....are you still working on LTG? I keep looking at that pattern but cannot decide on colorway.
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    Yes I am, I finished 3 court house steps blocks today. I will take a picture tomorrow of what I have now. Still need to make a zillion pineapple blocks and most of the flying geese blocks too.
    Are you on Facebook? There are quite some finished LTG in the Kingwell group, all different!
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    Oh good for you. I figured you were clipping along. I don't do FB cuz of my profession but I'll see if I can access group.
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    Was able to find on FB. Beautiful Kingwell quilts shown. I saw your posts, Anael. Your LTG is one of the prettiest I saw posted. Unique color combos on some of the GW shown. Didn't see any Happy Birds but saw a Bring Me Flowers that was really pretty. I had my eye on Georgetown on my Mind pattern and saw one that was beautiful. My Small World shown are stunning... Great inspiration....
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    Awwww thank you!!!
    I like the group for the same reason: inspiration! I haven't seen Happy Birds either. Some of the GW shown I don't like, mostly the black/white striped ones. And sometimes I see a quilt I never saw before and didn't even know it was a Kingwell (group) design so I really love being a member of that group!
    Now it's time to go back to bed, it's 3.30 am here........
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