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latterberry said...Thanks for the additional info! I have made a few zippered pouches and do know how to "box off" the bottom so the lining won't come out, but I didn't know how to make that big opening. They could make some cute gits to have on hand at Christmas
That is a really good idea. Just a general quick gift stash is great!
Your quilt is wonderful and the red cornerstones will make it sparkle just enough!
I love your sea of a variety of fish!! The sail boats just peacefully sail along above all that wonderful variety and chaos!!
That's a great theme and such wonderful quilt for a 1 year old boy!!!
My goodness you have been so busy visiting and sewing. Your quilts are delightful and will be enjoyed by whoever receives them.
Wow, you are becoming such a practiced accomplished LA quilter!
viola (sissly4) said... If I make it to the retreat would you show me how to make the bag with the zipper inside
Judy (DJZMOM) said: Can I observe too?
I have another that I just need to border. Also 4 teenage boy panels to do for church. Boys don't like a lot of fancy stuff so I will make them simple. I keep working to decrease the size of my stash but then I go shopping and can't resist a deal. Still working on UFO's so I don't leave them behind for others to finish.
thanks! I had fun making up different fish.
I'm still plugging along at trying to get my stack of flimsies quilted. Here are my latest two.