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  • 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
  • Double Dutch Chocolate

    Milk chocolate and white chocolate....I like the combination. :) I have had this quilt on my bucket list since I saw the cover of the book on Ebay. It's actually strip pieced, so it went together very quickly. I just was attracted to the simplicity of it. The one drawback has always been that I don't ever have 7 1/2 yards of any one fabric on
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Mon, Nov 25 2013
  • Christmas 2013 (sampler)

    Every now and then, I get roped into doing a sample quilt for the shop. This was one of them. It started as a panel with the light tan fabric, then used a group of fabrics to flesh it out. When the last kit sells, or one year goes by, I get my sample back. The last kit sold today, so when I went in to pick up the other quilt, I found out this one was
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Sat, Nov 23 2013
  • Grandma Got run over by a reindeer...I got the hoof prints to prove which one

    This is a B2B quilt pattern done in reindeer print. A little tricky, keeping the deer all going one direction, as in you have to watch how you sew the sections closely. B2B is a very basic pattern. I bought the quilt kit at my local quilt shop about 3 years ago, and finally finished it. Just got it back from the long-armer and put on the binding today
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Sat, Nov 23 2013
  • Triple Irish Chain- scrappy (what else could it be?)

    I always had the Irish Chain quilt on my bucket lists. During my 16 days of thumb twiddling during the go't shut down, I dug into my stash of 2x2 squares. This was the third and final project until my sack of squares is full again. I started with a 2 1/2 gallon ziplock bag of 2x2 squares that I have saved for a few years now (I could tell by the
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Tue, Nov 12 2013
  • Optical Illusion...cherries tossed

    I saw one of these done in blues and thought "ho hum". So, I used a cherry swirl fabric and am having trouble focussing on the front of it for any length of time. I think my eyes are on cherry overload. The borders are next, then there are star apliques to complete it. I am at a stage now where I have to figure out how to cut a 49 1/2 inch
    Posted to Carlene Foster's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Carlene Foster on Sun, Nov 10 2013
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