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March 2012 - Posts

new design in EQ

Just wanted to share my latest design.  I have all the material to start making this quilt now. The last package arrived today.  I had to get most of it from the web due to the fact that it is a collection that came out a year ago. 

I still can't find the vintage floral print for the two outer boarders because they discontinued it.  If anyone can find this in your LQS,  I need one yard.  I can not find it on line at all. It is a Robert Kaufman: LaScala 3 Vintage colorway : ETJM11424-200-vintage.

This is the design

Here is the actual fabrics that I will be using

Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2012 7:31 PM by Wendy | with 5 comment(s)
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watermellon and lemonade

 

This is a quilt I designed using 3D pinwheels and one seam flying geese. I took the class on the pinwheels at the LQS in September.

The background fabric is a cotton seersucker. Pinwheels and flying geese, are made from the Kaufman batiks I won this summer in the summer block party contest.

spring is here

It's not a quilt but it sure is perrrty.

My crocus are awake!!!

secret sister quilt

This was a block of the month... sort of. Five years ago we got tired of doing the same old thing with our secret sisters. We decided to fill out a paper that told our favorite colors and what we would like to get from our secret sister. There were several diferent catigories to choose from. I chose to receive a block patern and material to go with it each month. My dearest friend shawntell drew my name. When I filled out the paper work I put that I was an advanced quilter. Well that was a mistake. She thought that it would be real cute to give me a strip of paper each month with a picture of a block on it and the size of the block. The rest was up to me to figure out. Each instruction strip came with enough fat quarters to construct the block. This is the finished quilt from that year. It is machine pieced and hand quilted. I tried to take a close up of the quilting on the individual blocks for you all to see, but the lighting isn't right

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