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Saturday, January 28, 2012

iPhone-O-Gram!

While mourning the demise of my Bernina---I turned to completing the sewing of the half blocks into full blocks!!

Here is Midnight Flight all laid out--and I continue to piece on the Blue Wizard machine!!

PS--the blogger app for phone makes updating easy--as long as the message is short and I only do one picture :-/

34 comments:

  1. wow - that's a very different looking quilt... you are so creative... I like it very much.

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  2. Another stunner, Bonnie! : )

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  3. Holy moly!! I love it!! I saw the block on the Quiltmaker website and was hoping to see the finished piece. Is this one in the new book?

    Love it!!!!

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  4. chrgenurse6:21 PM EST

    Absolutely gorgeous!

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  5. Wow!!! And double wow. Absolutely love this one

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  6. What happened to your Bernina?

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  7. What is your blue wizard machine? Sorry about your Bernina!! I love the block and absolutely love the whole quilt! How will you border it? It is such a happy quilt..gotta make one just like it!

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  8. Oh, wow, that quilt is fantastic! That is a great block. Hum....think I'll dig out my copy of the 100 Blocks magazine and go back through it for some new inspiration.
    Sorry about the Bernina, Bonnie. I'm not fortunate enough to have one now. But did get to 'borrow' the one that my MIL left to one of our daughters. It 'lived' at my house for several years while DD was in college and traveling around the world. Then when she married and settled down, she took her machine. DANG! Double DANG!! LOL It is an old Bernina Record, but still sews like a dream. I loved that machine!

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  9. Anonymous7:21 PM EST

    I was putting my Bernina up on eBay about the time yours died! The auction number is 200706358209 if you want to take a look!

    donnadumouchel @ aol dot com

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  10. Wow! That is cool! I love how the blue/purple does the wavy thing across the quilt. It's the optical illusion, I know, but so neat looking!! I am so glad I bought that magazine!

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  11. now that I see this put together I am soooo looking forward to your class in williamsburg!

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  12. Stunning! I love the movement in the quilt!

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  13. Gorgeousness!!!
    And I'll have to check the blogger ap out. That sure would be handy!

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  14. Anonymous9:46 PM EST

    Hey Bonnie, boy will I understand one day how you feel about your bernina. Three weeks ago, I finally got a new sewing machine, I tried Vikings, I tried some others and did research including your input. I went in to buy this one but this rep showed me another one and I knew after trying it that it belonged to me. And I did get the computerized one (I had vowed I would not, but glad I did on this one).

    Well, I was able to sail through the Orca Bay project and just finished the border today thanks to my new machine. You are so right that some works well for certain projects. Good luck finding the "right" one. rea@windstream.net

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  15. Anonymous9:47 PM EST

    That's a very stunning quilt!
    Heather

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  16. I didnt like the block at all, but the quilt is AMAZING! As for the demise of your Bernina, so sorry! Hope you are able to replace it with somethin fantastic. I have been saving for a pfaff quilt expression 4.0, but alas, they have been discontinued...grrr

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  17. I've been watching your progress on the blocks and wondering how you were gonn set it. Love this setting!

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  18. Oooohhh so pretty! I love it!

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  19. Love the quilt and also love the short posts too :)

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  20. I absolutely love Midnight Flight!! Gorgeous colors. Sorry about your machine.
    L,A-

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  21. That...is awesome...love it

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  22. Oh Bonnie the look of movement on those blocks is wonderful. I can't wait to see what you come up with to finish it up!

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  23. Stunning and over the top gorgeous.

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  24. Anonymous12:06 AM EST

    Beautiful

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  25. Fabulous quilt! Glad that the demise of your Bernina hasn't put you off your stride.....

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  26. Looks great! Sort of has a plaid look...wild plaid...

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  27. Anonymous10:21 AM EST

    Just Stunning. Well done.

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  28. Anonymous10:06 AM EST

    You still make my heart sing Bonnie!!!!

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  29. It has curves!! Kinda like Storm at Sea does after it's sewn together.

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