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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 267381 views.
judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Jun-25

The blocks are pieced on 10" squares of flimsy foundation paper that I bought years ago from Missouri Star Quilt Company. (Advice to forum members; don't bother looking for those large tissue squares because MSQC doesn't sell them anymore.)

I used my AccuQuilt GO contraption to cut 1.5 inch strings from my little bins of leftover novelty fabrics and from my hoard of neutrals. This kind of sewing is what I call no-brainer sewing with an occasional thought as I recall a fun moment with a certain novelty fabric.  relaxed

When you visited my house (almost five years ago) you commented about the intricate quilts I had hanging on our walls. I might be working on another one pretty soon because I found a Karen K. Stone foundation piecing kit for sale on eBay yesterday and snatched it up. (That was a dumb luck find because she stopped selling her kits of papers years ago!)  It's a 40" square quilt  called "Vicious Circles" and is a variation on Double Wedding Ring.

Double Wedding Ring Foundation Papers Vicious Circles Quilt Karen Stone Variable

Double Wedding Ring Foundation Papers Vicious Circles Quilt Karen Stone Variable

Item price $14.98
Quantity 1
Item number 224038139717
Shipping service USPS First Class Package

latterberry

From: latterberry

Jun-25

Good grief!  That kit is going to be a doozy! Certain to keep you entertained and out of trouble.

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Jun-25

Certain to keep you entertained and out of trouble.

Or perhaps quietly banging my head in a corner of my sewing room?
I loved working on Karen K. Stone's foundation pieced quilts years and years ago when I was younger and more ambitious ....

This one is small (only 40" square) and I can limit the palette unlike the biggies I made long ago.

latterberry

From: latterberry

Jun-25

Maybe you should have your dear hubby pad that corner so you won't hurt yourself.  I've never done anything that ambitious--guess I'm more the quick and easy kind of gal.  Pretty sure I have adult ADD.  If it's going to take too long, I give up easily.  I stand in awe of your patience to work on something like that.

Midkid5

From: Midkid5

Jun-25

Missouri Star Quilt Company does sale 10 inch papers...item..NOT5129

Dont know if these are the same ones you have.

Jo

3carats (MaryDinFL)

From: 3carats (MaryDinFL)

Jun-25

judyinohio said:

Or perhaps quietly banging my head in a corner of my sewing room?

If you give up on this project please don't throw it away like you did "Storm At Sea. The day you did that I was heartbroken and ordered the larger kit.  It is finished and hanging on my living room wall. I love it.

Stay safe.

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Jun-25

Jo, that's wonderful! 

When I checked a few months ago I did not find them on the site.  Those are the best foundation papers (because of the size) . The ones you found today are a different color (mine are printed in pinkish ink) but I'm so happy to see that they are for sale.

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Jun-25

Are you talking about the John Flynn pre-cut "Storm at Sea" kit?  I got so frustrated with that because it was not foundation pieced.

Pinning is so painful for me with my bum thumb ....

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LindaPutt

From: LindaPutt

Jun-26

Nice use of strings.  I really like it.

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