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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 843919 views.

From: latterberry


Three great quilts! Sometimes mindless sewing is just what you need. They really are pretty (which generally happens when you put a boatload of goofy scraps together) and someone will be very happy to have one of them.

Hopefully it all works out fine.

Your donation quilts look great. They will make someone very happy.

I tool one of those bags of squares and it has actually been calling my name of late for mindless fun sewing.

My recent quilting binge.  The local quilt guild asked for donations of baby quilts to sell in the country store at the quilt show in September.  So I rolled a bolt of fleece on my LA and started quilting.  I finished up 8 tops but I'm only giving them 4.  Saving my favorites for future baby/toddler gifts.

I've updated my blog if anyone would like to see all of them.

Wow that is quite the stack of finished quilts!

Cathy (cacnurse1)

From: Cathy (cacnurse1)


I was just looking at boxes of squares I had cut from scraps when the scrap bin was overflowing.  I need to get them out of my stash.  A couple good ideas from you may just get me going.  I did finish a panel top for donation and have a strip quilt ready for binding, and another that got put up while I decided how to quilt it.  They are all for charity.  I hope to finish them all this weekend.  Then I will get some pictures and post them.  Makes me feel good to get them done and gone!

Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

From: Pirate (PIRATE_SR)


Cathy (cacnurse1) said:

Makes me feel good to get them done and gone!

I completely agree!  :-)


From: judyinohio


Those are all just dazzling, Dee.

You seem to shrug off how much work you have put into your charity quilting but all of us can see the time and thought you put into your generous gifts.