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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 536786 views.
Msg 3006.5556 and the next 2 deleted

From: Misha (MISHAMISHA)


Herb, I’m a moderator here and am not sure what you’re trying to do but you made several posts in a row that appear to be blank. I deleted the others. 

oooo, I just was wondering around her "store".  12 Christmas tress & 12 snowflakes!  They are so pretty.  I'm showing great restraint.  I'm going to wait until I embroider some of the applique blocks that are done (I have 5 complete now).  And see how it goes, if I enjoy it or not.  If I do, I'm going to treat myself with one of those collections.  Her instructions appear very complete and I like supporting an artist as long as it doesn't cost an arm & a leg.  grinning


From: bornblesse2


Wow Lynne, that is excellent!  Good to you for getting on the accomplishment band wagon!

although,  just got 2 charity tops together today.  I didn’t make the blocks, but put them together.  I only have a pic of the smaller one….


From: latterberry


Thank you so much for the pattern! I saved it to my Pintrest account and see it in my future.  I'll have to go fishing in my novelties.  I always have to make one block and keep it pinned on the wall directly behind my sewing machine.  Otherwise I can really mess up the placement of the parts of the blocks.  For some reason I can get pinwheels going not all the same direction if I don't have the block to look at.

Hmmmm.. I have a healthy amount of  bright polka dots in various sizes. I may audition those and see what I think.


From: latterberry


I really like you charity quilt!  Where do you donate them to?  I favor that pinwheel in the churn dash block.

Cathy (cacnurse1)

From: Cathy (cacnurse1)


The inside is busy enough that I think it just needs a simple plain border, like  a picture frame, to set off the center.