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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 229674 views.

I was sitting next to Colene at that retreat and just loved that quilt. She did have a special ruler and it looked like it really made those blocks easy to do.

That is a beautiful quilt!

Shyraz

From: Shyraz

3/31/19

Thanks Ami.  It did take me a while to get my head around the cutting, sewing, re-cutting, re-sewing and then cutting again and then sewing it together to make sub-units.  The instructions threw me a bit but did finally get the hang of it.  Quite a few mistakes in there, but as it is so busy, it’s not really noticeable.

Shyraz

From: Shyraz

3/31/19

Thanks Judy.  I now have my son’s girlfriend giving it a try.  Her colour scheme is pinks, greys and a spot of cream.  Should look good when done.

latterberry

From: latterberry

4/1/19

I'm glad you are enjoying both of your hobbies  so much.  It's too bad all those nasty household chores get in the way.  Is your bum arm still causing as much trouble or is it getting a bit better?

latterberry

From: latterberry

4/1/19

I love the colors of your quilt!  How big is it?  

latterberry

From: latterberry

4/1/19

I love just red and white quilts and have seen such pretty ones on Pintrest.  Since I have a healthy sized tub of reds and plenty of white or white with a bit of red, I have been busy whittling down the reds and trying new patterns.  Somehow I have accumulated a lot of red--I could be at this for a while.

LABFIEND

From: LABFIEND

4/1/19

Mishii said:

I'm going with the story that my pineapples fell off the truck....slightly flattened, a little bruised, some badly mangled, but still fun.

We are definitely need to see a pic of that one!!

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

4/1/19

It's been seven months now since the surgery on my broken left arm so I'm resigned to the fact that the arm is never going to be "normal" again. It is no longer painful, it's just  swollen, achey and it does not work right,  something DH says I have to get used to.

At this point this right-handed person is grateful that it wasn't my right arm that was injured. relaxed

Mishii

From: Mishii

4/1/19

Shyraz said:

it keeps moving down the list as easier projects pop up.

It's super easy if you do it wrong.  Give it a shot!

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