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*actually*, I've already figured out what I'm gonna do on the hexies. You know what Orange Peel/Continuous Curves look like?
Well, I've figured out a path through the entire mess of hexies that features ONE start and ONE stop. I begin at an upper corner and end at a lower corner and everything in between is done. Two tails to bury! Bingo! :-)
But the borders? Ummmmmm.... other than SITD around the appliques, I haven't quite figured that one out yet. Since 2013, I've saved some ideas; I need to review them to see if I still like the ideas and if any are viable.
In any case, the quilting is gonna take a LONG time.
I gotta say: loading a top straight and even is a thing of beauty.
Love it! Those bright beads sparkle.
thanks Lynne. Here is another strip quilt
You are making good use of your bottomless well of novelties these days. Retirement is certainly a productive time for you!
Wow another great novelty quilt!
I just finished my latest little project a 13" block I found in my UFO bin. Added a border in solids and quilted to death and now bound. Just need a label and hanging sleeve.
Yesterday I finished binding the bargello I made at the retreat.
Now I am gonna quilt Dee's next and then 1 for Yetta.
I need to rumage thru the UFO bin and see what to figure out next. I am determined to make 1 UFO into a top per month.
it does seem to be a bottomless well. Semi-retirement - yes I am being productive. But I need to spend some time painting cabinets soon - and then there is the tax returns to finish - yuck. Sewing is much more fun.