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Looks great, Jeanine!  I really like the monochromatic blocks in this one.  Would be pretty to see an entire quilt done that way... Maybe one row in each color of the rainbow..  OH, if only I didn't have so much going on already!  :)

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Jeanine replied on Wed, Dec 12 2012 7:16 AM

I am still working on Sandy quilts.  I need 32 more blocks for my third wonky log cabin.  I have 3 quilts done, 3 need binding, and 4 tops ready to quilt.

this is one I finished last night.

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Barbara replied on Wed, Dec 12 2012 7:39 AM

Jeanine, this quilt is beautiful ,I have to get ahold of the group leader as I don't haveenough blocks to finish the third quilt , I need to get mine quilted yet.  Barbara

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Sukochi replied on Wed, Dec 12 2012 7:49 AM

Jeanine, This is so beautiful. Such a easy, quick patter to piece, too. Love the border. Great idea. You go, Girl.

 

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Great work, Jeanine!

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Jeanine,

Love that quilt!  So pretty!

 

My Canadian Team Leader is waiting for blocks from South Africa to finish up one quilt  I donated blocks for.  He already had some blocks from Canada.  One of the other Team Leaders is in New York. She emailed me a temporary layout (Wow!) but she also needs a handful more blocks to complete the lay out and start sewing it together.

I just about have my two r/w/b lap quilt tops pieced that are promised by year end. Then I need to sandwich and quilt them.  One will be simple straight line quilting and will go fast. The other will take a little more time, but I should be able to ship them by 12/31.  Then I can get back to making some additional Sandy Blocks. I'm almost out of black and white scraps so I will need to start working on some more colorful blocks when I get going again.

Break time is over...back to the machine!  Max

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Bonita replied on Wed, Dec 12 2012 5:23 PM

Beautiful quilt Jeanine, some lucky person is going to love it.

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nantenn replied on Tue, Dec 18 2012 9:32 PM

FYI....

maddie of Quilted hugs from Maddie has been making and collecting quilts for children victims of Superstorm. Maddie is 8 yo and has a non profit charity. You can read about her on Facebook. And if anyone would like to help her collect more quilts that would be great. Quilted Hugs from Maddie

p.o. Box 2461. Cleveland, TN 37312

 

also if any readers know of a specific place that she can ship her quilts , that info would be appreciated

maddie and Grandmom Nancy

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Jeanine replied on Wed, Dec 19 2012 7:01 AM

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also if any readers know of a specific place that she can ship her quilts , that info would be appreciated

maddie and Grandmom Nancy

http://www.equilter.com/cgi-bin/webc.cgi/quiltrelief.html?sid=31U9Hz2zPM6t97X-37112535741.2c

this is where a lot of us are sending ours.  You could also check with the Project Linus chapters in New Jersey...

http://www.ovqg.com/joomla25/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=46:storm-relief&catid=16&Itemid=101


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Carey replied on Wed, Dec 19 2012 6:40 PM

Hate to say that anything good came out of the storm but it does help the people who were looking for employment lots of jobs out there in manual labor electrical etc now. Also we got a free washer due to the storm yea finally can do our own laundry at home again. Other than that the storm did tons of damage and feel bad for the people who are now waiting payments for rebuilding etc.

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Jeanine replied on Sat, Dec 22 2012 4:48 PM

I quilted the second wonky log cabin quilt. I will mail out six more next week for a total of 17 so far. I think I have five more tops waiting to be quilted.

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Awesome work Jeanine!

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Barbara replied on Sun, Dec 23 2012 8:08 AM

Jeanine, beautiful quilts . You have really done a great job getting all these quilts out for the project. I'm still waitng for my final set of blocks ,one of the gals got her package returned ,but the blocks were missing. .SO she has had to remake them . I feel bad for her .but the package never got to me. I think it was just terrible that some one took the block and sent her  back the package.

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Angele replied on Mon, Dec 24 2012 1:09 PM

Jeanine your Quilt ic beatiful.

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Jeanine,

Love the quilt!  And like the squared spiral you used quilting it. Looks really nice!

 

Barbara,

Hope you get the final blocks soon so you can finish up your quilt.  

 

I know the people who receive this quilts will be thrilled to receive them.

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