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Did you go shopping i my stash? I have all three fabrics in your CW block! Very seldom do I see fabrics that I already have. I love your block and your description is spot on. Are you witting notes on each block to keep with the finished quilt?
Oh, I love those pinwheel blocks! Just what I need--more inspiration. I'm glad I figured out how to save your photos to Pintrest.
My cousin (a sister to me) is expecting a new granddaughter in Feb. so I figured I better get to work on a baby quilt. I wanted to play with my 30s fabrics and found this cute pattern on Missouri *, called Kitty Committee. I made a whole herd of little 4.5 inch kitties and now just have to put them together.
You had me talking to myself as I was reading your text under the second photo. I was muttering "How did she do that one?" and then I continued the conversation as I figured it out ....
Love how your adventurous mind takes you down all these different paths.
Yes, Lynne, I am keeping a three-ring notebook with printed pages of directions from Quilter's Cache plus lined notebook pages with my handwritten notes on my "logic" behind my choice of fabrics, etc.
I did not fly on my broomstick in the middle of the night and snatch those fabrics from your basement in Illinois.
I think you are having a whole lot of fun making this baby quilt for a special person's new granddaughter. It's really, really cute.
yikes...making either one of those would make my brain hurt! Like both of them though.
ooh... that looks like a fun quilt!
Both really fun quilts! I spent most of my day frustrated with my Gammill. I was doing ruler work yesterday and the ruler slipped and broke a needle and things went South. Today DBIL who has a ton of industrial sewing machines trimmed it three times. Things got a bit better but the thread kept breaking. Then we adjusted the hopping foot and I was able to sew a good part of something till I ran out of bobbin thread.