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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 383846 views.

From: latterberry


Finally got 5 of my flimsies quilted, washed and dried.  Several more to go.


From: judyinohio


Another great bunch of quilts you've shared with us, Lynne.  I'm really liking the aqua and brown version of "Beads" quilt a lot but the very bright "every-color-in-the-scrap-basket" beauty hanging to the right of it wins the prize for the day!

Oh great job!  I 2nd Judy's vote - you've given me another idea - put it in my idea OneNote for future.  Wasn't the bead pattern great?  I'll definitely be making that one again.


From: bornblesse2


Lynne, I didn’t have a plan for it.  I just wanted it made to empty the tub.  The younger gal who helps her mother run the retreat just really loves it!  So I am giving it to her to finish and have!  She loves scrappy quilts, says she just can’t make herself do one though.

so, she is a happy camper!  My scrap top is finished, and I don’t have to find a backing, quilter, binding, etc! is off my plate!


From: bornblesse2


I should try that bead pattern.....

Wow I love the way that is put together. What a beautiful scrap quilt.

Lynne those are all beautiful! My fa orite is the one with the light turquoise background.  

She does her video with strip piecing, would go super fast.  Mine was a bit longer since I was fussy cutting. but still fun.

My vote also goes to the bright scrappy one on the right, as the best of this bunch.  I love it.  Thanks for showing us!  

I like this quilt that Donna posted recently.  It's actually not a new design - I took a class a long time ago to get a little lesson on this very simple technique.  I like the one she does with 10-inch squares, but I also like to insert the "chopsticks" into a block that is already scrappy.  

I really enjoy Donna's videos because she is so efficient and professional in her presentations.  Lately I lose so much patience with YouTubers who are NOT very efficient or professional.  And don't you wish you had a pressing and cutting area as big as they have?!  And one of those "industrial strength" steam irons! 

And wow, she has a very pretty new Spring quilt - Super Poppin' Tropics Quilt.