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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 290349 views.

Shelley you hen quilt is adorable!

On the use of the longarm, yes if you stop for to long you loose it. If you always have a quilt loaded you can take small chunks of time and get so much done. There have been times where I just set a clock and was amazed at the progress.

We just got back from a quick 4 days in New Mexico. I took my 3D hexi quilt and finished the applique in the truck. Time to get my next handwork project prepped.

latterberry

From: latterberry

Oct-20

Awwwww... Your Hen quilt is darling!

latterberry

From: latterberry

Oct-20

I don't generally decorate for the seasons, but decided I wanted a fall wreath for my back door--and do a bit of stash busting.  This took an awful lot of 2.5 inch strips but I don't even notice anything missing in my stash.  

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Oct-20

That's a handsome wreath, Lynne.  Too bad it didn't reduce your stash.

Guess you will have to make some more.  stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye

latterberry

From: latterberry

Oct-20

Thank you, but that will be it.  I got pretty tired of tying knots.

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Oct-20

Yeah, it looks like there are dozens and dozens and dozens and dozens of pieces of fabric in that wreath. The final product is very handsome, though.

qltmkr1

From: qltmkr1

Oct-20

What a beautiful autumn wreath!  Looks like a fluffy bouquet of gorgeous leaves.

I did one of those in Christmas colours, but this one is so perfect for the season!

Being many years since I made mine, I've forgotten how long the strips are that are tied onto the base.  Thinking maybe they were 6", and wonder if that's correct.  I know how tiresome the process is, but yours is especially pretty. ok_hand

Cheryl in cool damp Ontario

What a cool project to use scraps. If you do not notice a reduction in the scrap bin means you have a big  bin. I am guilty as well......I have 3 large bins and recently participated in Joy's scrapbuster mystery.....same story, scrap bins still overflowing. 

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