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Congrat,Congrats, it does look great. I like the filler blocks.
Great job. That looks wonderful!
What a great looking quilt! The gold just pops. You even put some pinwheels in there with the tees. They're going to love it!
I went to a 3-day retreat this past weekend and had a wonderful time visiting with friends, sewing and enjoying good food! I actually finished all that I had on my list, except for binding on 2 table runners. I used up the fleece that I was going to give away and made them into blankets for Children's Hospital. We had an estate sale at the guild meeting a few months ago and I I got 2 projects for free. I decided to go ahead and finish them and they turned out nicely. I also made 2 purses, one for each granddaughter. One is a Unicorn purse and the other is a Princess.
I am still unpacking and hope to get the binding done by tomorrow.
Pirate (PIRATE_SR) said:
But then you realize that you can put this filler block here and that filler block there and take da! It's done!
That was my method. If I needed a little bit to size up I added a small strip of black filler. Once I got started, it went together pretty quickly.
Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3) said:
Well partly the challenge, partlt I do not have much wall space left.
You can start rotating quilts and wall hangings every 3 months or buy a bigger house, or build a studio with lots of wall space.
Thanks for all the positive comments on the t-shirt quilt. Some of the credit goes to Ellen and Carrie, my advisors. The next one will be easier.
I love retreats and often find I can get a lot accomplished. Glad you had a good one. Cute purses for your granddaughters.
Your little purses are darling!! The girls will love the.