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  • Tumalo Trail (another Bonnie Hunter pattern)

    Tumalo Trail pattern is contained in Scraps and Shirttails II, by Bonnie K. Hunter. I made mine one row longer and made the piano keys 6 inches long, instead of 5 inches. The dimensions on mine wer 95 x 75 when finished. A great way to use those 1.5 inch strips and squares leftover from previous projects. This one took an additional 54 matching 4x4
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Sun, Oct 26 2014
  • Pineapple delight

    I'm also referring to this as waste not, want not stitching. Paper pieced blocks measured 6.5 x 6.5 unfinished. There were 20 pieces per block. Plus sashings, plus the little 1.5 inch squares to separate the sashings. By the time I got this many blocks completed, I decided I could live with a laptop size. :) I also could live with using some already
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Sun, Oct 26 2014
  • Fractured Berry Patch

    Judy Neimeyer's Fracture Paint Box paper piecing pattern done in a regular jelly roll (berry mixture) with navy blue accents. I bought 3 yards of the border fabric and cut a few extra pieces, as a regular jelly roll is 4 strips short of what a "special" Judy Niemeyer jelly roll contains. It also helped tie the border to the jelly roll
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Sun, Sep 28 2014
  • Chasing after the stars

    My black and white stash collided with my brand new Hunter's Star ruler. This was the result.
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Sun, Sep 28 2014
  • Floribunda

    I intended this to be a use of my flowered fabric stash that would use the floribunda pattern that Bonnie Hunter shared with the quiltville following. Somewhere along the line, I recreated the pattern in my head (hmmmmm....dyslexia?) and this is how it turned out. Not quite the same, but still the same end result...the flowered fabric stash is a little
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Fri, Jul 11 2014
  • Disappearing Pinwheel

    This was the new project started this year. I had an orphanned fq bundle that I just could not figure out how to use....not my kind of fabric after I got it. So, along comes this new pattern called "Disappearing Pinwheel", where you basically start out with a 10 x 10 layercake (I used my fq bundle and made mine 9 x 9 to accomodate the size
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Sat, Jan 11 2014
  • Celtic Solstace 2013 Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt

    This is the largest quilt I have ever made.... 114 x 114. Considering that orange, yellow and lime green are not my comfort zone colors all at the same time, this was a total leap of faith for me. Thanks Bonnie!
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Fri, Jan 3 2014
  • Secret Garden 2013 BOM

    I actually signed up for 3 different BOM's in 2013. This is the second to finish, the first was the one with the tulips. The third won't finish until March 2014. This is a Marti Michel pattern and used her templates. We were told the fabric was also her design to go with this quilt. There was one color that I absolutely could not tolerate..
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Tue, Dec 31 2013
  • Tonga Rhapsody BOM

    Ever run into one of those patterns that just kind of intimidates you out of finishing it? This was my come uppance. I started this BOM in early 2011 (I found a receipt, as I forgot how long I have been avoiding this one) I thought I still had block 12 to complete, as well as the finishing kit. Pleasant surprise was, all 12 blocks were complete and
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Fri, Nov 29 2013
  • Fushia Folly

    Sometimes, I have to do something fun and frivolous. So....cheap sweatshirt, one roll of endless borders 1 1/2 yard of fabric and one spool coordinating thread, one afternoon spent. The sweatshirt color is going to determine which fabrics you might be able to use from the stash. I've seen them done in batiks as well. This one just screamed "fuschia"
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Mon, Nov 25 2013
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