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Marlabartlett60 replied on Sun, Feb 2 2014 10:49 PM | Locked

Roxana:

Great quilt, Candis! I love the colors. Oh, I need to be making pillowcases too.... and blocks.... See you this week at Ricky Tims?

Thank you! It sure was a bugger!    Can't wait for Ricky Tim's! Hope I recognize you, it's gonna be packed I hear! I am excited, I love him!

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Thea replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 10:18 AM | Locked

Candis, Your memory quilt is beautiful - This is a new idea for me a Kaleidoscope for a memory quilt... and you should be proud to have done all those inset seams - that is awesome - it is gorgeous!  Great job!

 

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tnmtgrl replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 11:00 AM | Locked

weezee56:

tnmtgrl:
My hubby made me an awesome sewing table...so proud of him!! 

Any photos? Love to see it.

This crazy site....have had so much trouble...finally got on and here's the pic of my table...

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Karla replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 3:18 PM | Locked

Today I made a couple LUS blocks and then had the bright idea to start putting them together.  I've got the first 2 rows together, but now must head off to take the grandsons to TaeKwonDo.  I'll post a pic of what I've done so far as soon as I get the next 2 rows sewn on.

 

 

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Judy T-Bellingham replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 4:22 PM | Locked

Karla:
oday I made a couple LUS blocks and then had the bright idea to start putting them together.

 

Karla, that's what I'm working on. Or, rather, struggling with. I decided to put them on-point. But now I'm in a quandry. I'm trying to decide if I want to alternate the LUS blocks with modified 9-patch blocks. (a large 9 patch with a small 9 patch in the center). I have the layouts in EQ7 and can't decide which layout I like best.

Guess I just won't decide and will keep on making the blocks. Inspiration will surely hit me at some point.

 


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weezee56 replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 4:53 PM | Locked

Candis, love your quilt, have fun with Ricky Tims.

Karla, what is a LUS block?

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Jeanette Kennedy Asiala replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 5:31 PM | Locked

weezee, LUS stands for  Loyal Union Soldier.  There is a group of us that is doing this block.

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Jeanette Kennedy Asiala replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 5:41 PM | Locked

I just want to say, Karla and Bonitathat  your quilts are just beautiful. Karla I did realize that this is a nine patch desig .  Candis,your kaleidscope quilt is amazing. Such bright color.   

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Snowbird Quilter replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 7:33 PM | Locked

Karla:   Love the Black/white and red quilt.  I remember seeing this one at the retreat.  Looks like flags on the back?  Am I wrong?

Great Job as usual!

 A bed without a quilt is like a sky without stars.

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Snowbird Quilter replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 7:38 PM | Locked

I DID work on a quilt today.  Well, in between a lot of chatter.  And of course I had to get in my hugs with that Great Granddaughter.   I'm finally getting back to some sewing.  Feels good! 

It's been a real test to get on this QCA site as many of you know.  So I'm sure not up to date with everyone and their projects.  I'll just say WTG gals.  Keep up the good work.

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ls2116 replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 8:25 PM | Locked

Great looking table wish my DH was a carpenter.

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ls2116 replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 8:31 PM | Locked

I really need to figur out a way of reminding myself not to do a bad quilting habit when binding.  If i haven't done one in a while i fold the edge twice and it makes it way too thick rather then cutting a long strip and attaching to both sides.  Got any tips for me to set this reminder?

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MNnancy replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 9:14 PM | Locked

tnmtgrl:

here's the pic of my table...

Jen, that is a wonderful table!  DH did a great job!

 

 


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Bonita replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 10:39 PM | Locked

Jen, your Dh did a wonderful job. Looks like many hours of fun sewing.

Thanks everyone for the many Birthday wishes.

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ls2116 replied on Mon, Feb 3 2014 11:07 PM | Locked

this was attempt at free motion quilting with twin needle .  I think I'll be quilting wall one with straight and not twin needle.

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