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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 842927 views.
judyinohio

From: judyinohio

4/29/22

Okay, this is an interesting method of creating small improvisational scrap quilts. First you create some  large-ish panels of what I'm calling "hodge-podges" full of various sizes of squares and rectangles. (I am going to try to stick with my favorite brights and gaudy prints.) 

Then I'm supposed to cut these large-ish panel "hodge-podges" into 3.5 inch squares. (That's a three-inch square Post-It note that I have put at the end of the scissors in the photo.)

Then I will use the small 3.5" pieced squares for the wall hanging I am going to make. There are gonna be a  heck of a lot of seams in this thing.

Mishii

From: Mishii

4/29/22

Crumb quilts are cute. After my first one I said no more because it was a nightmare to quilt. Perhaps my crumbs were too small. ‍??

Shyraz

From: Shyraz

4/30/22

Interesting idea Judy

Shyraz

From: Shyraz

4/30/22

Back in 2015, I think it was Amy that was hosting a Nesting Robin.  I only got the first couple of clues done when I got distracted with other things.  I lost the themes for the rest of the rounds.  Today I pulled what I had made from the UFO cupboard, have made the top up to 40”x42” (floor mat size), made a backing  and black binding, and popped it onto the quilting pile for another day.

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

4/30/22

Colors are very striking ... makes me think of the flocks of goldfinches that are clustering around my birdfeeders this time of year.

That's a lovely piece and you shouldn't let it wait for another seven years before you finish it. LOL

It is always good to move a UFO to a quilt top. Hope you get it quilted in the near future. I have been on a mission to finish UFO the past couple of years.

Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

From: Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

4/30/22

ummmmm .....  just shoot me now?

I bought a new, machine-pieced pattern.   Eventually, I'll think of someone to blame this one cuz it sure wouldn't have been *me*!  LOL!

"All About Ewe",  Throw size: 55” x 70”, Technique: Curved piecing and raw edge appique.  Skill level: intermediate.  Paper templates are included for curved piecing and applique.   From: Quilt Fox.   https://www.quiltfox-design.com/product-page/all-about-ewe-throw-size-55-x-70?cid=602a70d9-d978-4fcb-945b-505a250b02cc?

Well that is adorable! I can see why you got it. I love the dog in front of all the sheep.

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

4/30/22

The border collie is absolutely precious!

latterberry

From: latterberry

4/30/22

Some scraps are heading your way.  Post office lady said probably May 3

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