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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

iPhone-o-Gram! Doing the Strip Twist!

Spirits are high as we power chain sew strips in to panels, slicing them into squares, matching and mixing and re-slicing into triangle pairs and seeing them up again into block quarters!

We are having a great time and hope you are too!!

8 comments:

  1. Very nice set-up there. Plenty of room for people to spread out and create. Jealous - Wish I was there!!

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  2. Anonymous11:48 AM EDT

    Did you find the Culver's in Lexington?

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  3. Anonymous11:50 AM EDT

    This is one of your quilts on your site that I have bookmarked to do! It looks so fun and fast.
    Andrea in Canada

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  4. Cindy, The Purple Quilter12:53 PM EDT

    This is one, of many, of your quilt patterns that I have completed. I plan to gift it to my uncle next month! :)

    cmagee84@juno.com

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  5. Are those your quilts on the wall behind the ladies in the second picture?

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  6. I've made two of these quilts...one for my brother and one as a QOV using the house block in the center! Still have a stack of red, white and blue blocks to make another one...

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  7. Looks like sew much fun! And I love the quilts on the walls! I'm so sad today...I found out at our monthly quilt meeting that you will not be coming to Ketchikan, AK in 2014. Ah...that's life. If we should ever again both be at the same quilt convention I'm camping outside your door to say hi and meet you though!!! (I'd take your class but I can't figure out how to get my sewing machine to travel nicely on the plane with me.)

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  8. Anonymous10:07 PM EDT

    Anybody else see the "quilt pattern" in the floor tiles?


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