Any Quilting being done?

I haven't been quilting but I've been checking out some of the quilting
books to get ideas.
Hope others have been getting quilts ready for winter.
Barbara in hot Florida
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Bobbie Sews More
I have at last taken my 'stuff' to continue my version of dear Jane, out of my cupboard. It is now sitting next to my sewing machine; and I am planning to get some sewing done this week. I have only one appointment - tomorrow morning - then I'll be free to get back to it. No doubt it will be a slow start: I seem to have lost some mental and physical dexterity (age-related no doubt). However, I truly hope it will come back.
I hope you find something that tickles your fancy in your books Barbara.
Pat on the green .
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pat on the green
I have one quilt on the frame that I=E2=80=99m hand quilting, one quilt = at the longarmers, and I=E2=80=99m piecing a RWB wheelchair lap quilt.
Mary (retired and loving it in western Oregon)
I haven't been quilting but I've been checking out some of the quilting=20 books to get ideas. Hope others have been getting quilts ready for winter. Barbara in hot Florida=20
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I have one quilt on the frame that I=E2=80=99m hand quilting, one quilt = at the longarmers, and I=E2=80=99m piecing a RWB wheelchair lap quilt.
Mary (retired and loving it in western Oregon)
Sounding dumb, but my mind isn=E2=80=99t working too good today BUT
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Mary (retired and loving it in western Oregon)
I have one quilt on the frame that I=E2=80=99m hand quilting, one quilt = at the longarmers, and I=E2=80=99m piecing a RWB wheelchair lap quilt.
Mary (retired and loving it in western Oregon)
Sounding dumb, but my mind isn=E2=80=99t working too good today BUT
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Mary
Yesterday, I sandwiched and basted the Hawaiian applique wall quilt that I'm making. I'll hand quilt it. No deadlines on that one. I also have my Christmas tree wall hanging to sandwich, baste, and machine quilt. That one has to get done before Christmas as it will serve as our Christmas tree this year. Last year I had a bad asthma flare-up over Christmas and realized I am probably allergic to Christmas trees so no more real trees for me. This is the tree I'm making:
Julia in MN
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Julia in MN
Very nice I would be proud to hang that on my wall.
Not doing any sewing right now, I have cataracts coming the right one the worse, but they cannot be done until they are ready.
Busy though planning an "Evening at Home" Thursday next week Nov 6th. It is our 60th Diamond wedding anniversary. Hugs Shirley
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Shirley
Ooh! I'm so glad you said that. I had completely forgotten that I had decided to make a simply Christmas Tree wallhanging for *this Christmas >g< Better get drawing! I am forever interrupting myself when it comes to P & Q! Thanks Julia.
Pat on the green .
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pat on the green
I've always got something on the cutting table or under the needle. Here's the latest finish:
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Nann in northeasternmost Illinois
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Nann
Yesterday, I sandwiched and basted the Hawaiian applique wall quilt that I'm making. I'll hand quilt it. No deadlines on that one. I also have my Christmas tree wall hanging to sandwich, baste, and machine quilt. That one has to get done before Christmas as it will serve as our Christmas tree this year. Last year I had a bad asthma flare-up over Christmas and realized I am probably allergic to Christmas trees so no more real trees for me. This is the tree I'm making:
Julia in MN
Don't think I have seen a quilted tree like that design, but I sure do like it with the different shades of green. Barbara in FL
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Hello All, I just started a Churn Dash quilt, getting it cut out and still lack one fabric which I intend to get a JoAnn's Fabrics this Monday. It has a paisley stripe design which means I will have to cut the borders lengthwise . Beige background blocks with turquoise Churn Dash and paisley block betwe en and also will use pale yellow sashing. Sandy$
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I have been trying for ages, to decide what to do with a small piece of fabric with realistic cat pictures on it (12 different ones in size and type + a piece with fifteen squares printed with sayings about cats. I haven't started putting it together, but I have decided what to do: stick the cat pictures to bondaweb, cut them out and stick them to some dark green fabric; make attic windows, with two more green fabrics, of the cat sayings and make the blocks the same size as one another. Only thing left to decide - which I can't do until I have them all done - is how exactly to put them together.
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