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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Working, Working, Working!

I’m down to the last 8 weeks or so before everything for the next book has to be turned in.

That means there is a ton of stuff going on behind the scenes…and I’m buried in it! 

Stuff that doesn’t make for interesting blog posts – stuff about yardage requirements, how best to describe assembling “That border” and all that goes into throwing this together!

That means – for the first time in a long time – I’m feeling short of things to post!

I plan on sharing pictures of quilts that you have sent me --

And I will share and keep you up to date on what I can…but please be patient as I’m really shoulder to the wheel over here. Smile

This photo was sent in by Diana!  She said it reminds her of a patchwork braid!

IT DOES!

How cool is that?

Back to it!

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17 comments:

quiltfool said...

If only they'd parked those cars with the dark ones on one side and the light ones on the other. Be well. Take it easy. You've accomplished a lot recently. Thanks for taking me along virtually to Ireland. I enjoyed you enjoying it. Lane

Tami C said...

It really does look like a patchwork braid. That's another one I haven't tried yet. I really enjoyed the virtual trip to Ireland as well. Good luck with all that work ahead of you. Just an idea... for us newer followers, why don't you post some pictures of your earlier quilts. We love seeing anything you do, no matter which year it was. ;)

Sue Monsey said...

We know you are busy, busy, busy! I am totally amazed that anyone can do as much as you do and still have a life. Take care of yourself and know that we are all behind you. All of us are anxiously awaiting that new book.

Pam said...

I enjoyed my trip round Ireland with you. That photo looks like a challenge to fussy cut a boys quilt, my Grand son would love it.

Pamela S. said...

Good reminder inspiration is everywhere - parked cars, tiles on a wall, bricks ~ BTW your Deboning a Man's Shirt video saved the day for me! I recently made a Father's Day tshirt quilt and the border was made from his old oxford shirts. Your techniques are so easy to follow and 100 times faster than what I was trying! Thanks for all you teach and share Bonnie!

Pat Pearston said...

I get tired just reading everything you accomplish. You go girl!

Ranch Wife said...

Good gravy, girl! I figured you have earned a few days to rest and recuperate from jet lag! Your plate doth overfloweth! :) You make me want a nap!

crazy quilter said...

Dear Bonnie do your thing! I am still catching up with Ireland! Keep on keeping on.

Muddling Through said...

Of course we will have patience! You do more than most anyone I know, and I for one appreciate all you do for US!

Sheron Snyder said...

You are just too cool! Be well!

nancy hutchison said...

I can't get no satisfaction

Laura B said...

LOL! This is cool!

Annie biagi said...

You are amassing! Keep up the good work and can't wait for your new book.

Judy said...

It also reminds me of the chains we made out of gum wrappers when we were kids. Fun image, that's for sure. Thanks for sharing it.

Vivian said...

Don't stress, you'll get it all done! And just think this time next year you could be doing this from the cabin, sitting in your "writer's loft" (indulge me, I can just see there being a special space for you to write)looking out over the mountains and woods as you contemplate the assembly of yet another border......

karen k said...

Really like that pic! Amazing how one can see quilt patterns anywhere. Getting everything finished for your book will give you a wonderful feeling of accomplishment. YEAH!

onlinephduk said...

At least you are honest and accepts that there are certain things that we can’t have coz’ we are just human not mutants. I was really stunned with the photo you have shared. I really can’t determine it at first. Is that a parking lot? Are those cars? Its’ really realy cute and cool. Awesome actually!

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