Beth I love your BOM Quilt, Where did you find the two extra blocks you needed. I really like the blocks in this one. What was the quilt called?
I just had cable service tech at my house. I think my problems will be solved because I was getting bad signal. Now on to the rest of my day. Sewing and making barbecue ribs.
Quilting My Rainbow
weezee56 I went out on ebay and keyed in Joann fabrics 1998 block of the month kits and dozens came up! The quilt I made was Joann Fabrics 1998 "Classic Quilt" Block of the Month club....
I have the Patch in Time 1998 set from Joann's. Only Jan and Feb have been opened and made, the rest are still in the wrappers. I guess I am a little behind. LOL.
Julienne, Better later than never, I always say. I have a bad habit of buying somethiing then I lose it somewhere in the house before I can use it. When I clean out drawers and shelves I find all sorts of great things I forgot I had.
Donna, beautiful sunset. Judy is right WA is a very beautiful state, I wish I had seen more of it while we waited to board the ship.
Beth, how lucky are you, it's a beautiful quilt.
Beautiful DWR quilt Jen. It will be a wonderful gift.
Julienne you aren't the only one that is behind on the JoAnne block of the month. I am working on quilting one from 1999. I think I bought them every year after that and most of them still need to be finished. I have a few of the tops finished and need to quilt them. I am hoping to finish this 1999 one which is green & white for my son for Christmas. Also have another ready to quilt can't remember the name it is brown, red's I think. I need to check that one again my daughter has claimed that one so I have a lot of work to get to before Christmas. Good luck. Maybe we can all encourage each other to get finished.
Sukochi, I use a burp cloth my DGS received at a shower 20 years ago. I had kept it then when my daughter had kids I just used that and cut around it. I make one side with flannel the other with terry cloth. Next think I knew all her friends were having babies and wanting burp cloths. Kept telling me I should sell them, guess I should have said ok I'll start with you. ha I enjoyed giving them. My daughter would see a new flannel I was using and have to have one like that. If you PM me with your address I will trace around it for you. It is made to throw over your shoulder or use in your hand. We had GC that were spitters and these were great. Oh they are easy to make.
Beth, I love your quilt colors!
Judy, I am finally cutting some strips for a possible B&W log cabin quilt. It may be a good time to try that book you suggested awhile back for quilting as you go for a log cabin I am going to give it a try as soon as I can decide on fabric for the back I am going to do a practice block first though.
Bev :Judy, I am finally cutting some strips for a possible B&W log cabin quilt. It may be a good time to try that book you suggested awhile back for quilting as you go for a log cabin
Good luck Bev. I made several log cabin quilts that way.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
burp cloths or we call them spit rags are very popular with my crew as well. I use worn towels, receiving blankets and left over flannel for the middle and soft cotton or flannel for the front and back. If I have plain colors I add a border at the bottom or some embroidery. I use those along with a hooded towel and receiving blanket for baby gifts and often get a request for more. I saw them on etsy for $12 that is a lot for a burp cloth.
Have a good night.
Judy T-Bellingham: I am finally cutting some strips for a possible B&W log cabin quilt. It may be a good time to try that book you suggested awhile back for quilting as you go for a log cabin
I need to try one of these, maybe I would get a quilt totally done that way, LOL!
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