I've been playing

with Dimensional Curved Patchwork. It goes pretty much like cathedral
windows piecing. The folds are peeled back and stitched so there's a curve
rather than a straight line. The designer is Annette Ornelas, QNM Nov 2002.
That was fun but not enough to make more than 3 blocks of those.
Then I approached Trapunto by Hari Walner. I only did padded hearts
framed by tiny tight stippling. More fun. Did 8 of those.
After that came appliquéd blocks of hearts and stars just because I love
do to them. The quilt underway is a Wounded Warriors one to be sent to the
hospital in Germany. Next I need to get on with Christmas quilting. I
suppose all of you have finished yours. Right? Polly
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Are you putting those fake curves and hearts and stars together into one quilt? Not doing any Christmas quilting, got plenty of regular stuff to finish. Roberta in D
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Roberta
Maybe I will get to finish the Christmas quilting I didn't finish last year, then again, maybe not.
But, I did love the tutorial and am going to give it a try.
Di Vic Aust.
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Di Maloney
Our Christmas placemats have gotten right shabby looking. I *might* replace them. Last year I made 4 tree skirts. WHAT was I thinking? Polly
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Polly Esther
Oh yes. I put them all together. It looks like I knew what I was doing but honestly I just went along until I got there. Does that make sense? Do I have to make sense? Naaaaaah. Polly
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Polly Esther
Now that a few deadlines are behind me I am relaxing by finishing a few UFO's. One is a flag quilt I started probably in 1996 (that is the date on the magazine in which the pattern was published). I have decided to finish a few UFO's into about 45" by 45" wall hangings that will fit on the front porch by the mailbox. Yes, the weather will shorten their lives but at least it will give them a life beyond my UFO pile and I will enjoy rotating them throughout the year. Next I'll find a Christmas one to finish by December first.
Susan
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Susan Laity Price
You don't have to make sense (please don't), but you do have to make a photo! Roberta in D
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Roberta
I like knitting too! Some hand work for dimmer light. Have you been to the Ravelry website?
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