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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 472801 views.
Suze (casuzenn)

From: Suze (casuzenn)

Sep-22

wow...

I still need to finish my teeny tiny hexie basket. Its around here somewhere.

Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

From: Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

Sep-22

Uh.... I think I'll pass on this one!

Agreed, but still interesting to see.

I spent the evening cutting up scraps for MSQC Tiny houses pattern, very simple. Tho kind of wishing I had kept sone of those noodles I recently gave away, they would have worked well. still  I got 50 sets cut from my scrap bin. Those will keep me busy if I get the llamas done too fast at my retreat.

Here's something to go with Marion's llama quilt - not a bad price for a kit.  (But I have never made a latch-hook rug, so I don't know if I could do it without going crazy.  But it IS a cute rug.)  

https://www.amazon.com/Latch-Hook-Rug-Kit-Llama/dp/B08SC2N42X/####?pd_rd_i=B08SC2N42X&psc=1 

hmm, she likes doing latch hook.  might have to snag that for a Christmas present for her.

I am hoping to get the 2016 AZ Retreat bargello quilt off the machine today. Slow progress was made on this. Lesson learned: it is always better to have plan before loading something from a huge bin of tops. It will be great to get this one checked off the UFO list. I am actually making progress and finishing more quilts than I started this year.

I do want to dig into the scrap bins though as they are completely out of control. Not sure how they went from one large bin to 3 large bins and assorted bags......guess that means I have been productive.

Amazon has some other pretty cute llama kits besides that one, but some are a bit more expensive.  I just saw that one in an e-mail newsletter, and then went to Amazon and searched on llama latch hook.  They are so cute that I ALMOST want to do one myself.  haha

LindaPutt

From: LindaPutt

Sep-24

Hi Ami & everyone.  Happy to hear you're getting so much done.  I can't wait to see the quilting on your bargello. 

I finally got a new computer, and just about have it all set up, so now I can start posting again.  It's so maddening - I had just gotten my previous computer for Christmas.  I couldn't believe it had died already.  It was an HP, and the geeks told me that the way they make HPs now, the hard drive can't be accessed for repair, so I had to buy another new computer.  HPs used to be good computers but not so much any more.

I'll try to post pictures of what I've been working on.  Hopefully I can figure out how to do that since I took the pictures with my iPhone.  I've been mainly working on making some wool quilts and doing a little bit of English Paper Piecing. 

Hi Linda glad you got your computer figured out. I can't post photos on the forum from my phone so I don't even try anymore. I do post all my quilt photos on Instagram under my name if you want to see what I am working on.

LindaPutt

From: LindaPutt

Sep-24

I'll run over to Instagram and check it out.

Here goes, I'm going to try and post some pictures.  You all will probably get sick of so many posts in a row from me - but thought I'd show you what I've been working on.

These two pictures are of EPP projects I just completed.  The first one is a candle mat; the second one is a Halloween table mat that I did with Kathi Shunn (it makes me smile every time I look at it).  I still need to add a backing to it.  There's lots of fussy cutting and I worked with a number of shapes on this one.  It's the most challenging one I've made so far.  Next I'm working on Tula Nova a pattern by Tula Pink.  I'm not too far along on that one yet.

 

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