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Wow, has it been a while since we have been able to do this.
This photo was sent in by Barb on a Quilt-Cam evening, Feb 24th!
At the time she was pulling red strings and getting ready for our Talkin’ Turkey workshop in Cincinnati. That came and went, we had a wonderful time and I was home for only a day before heading off to Michigan.
I got back from Michigan the Sunday before Easter, and Easter week was just too busy to throw a Quilt-Cam in – and we headed up to the cabin for our Family Easter/Spring break.
That brings us to NOW! There has been a lot going on in the past month, so much to catch up on with you!
Remember these H blocks?
They got set aside when I needed to focus on getting our Allietare Mystery done behind the scenes, and they were OFF the design wall and in a box once we started putting the pine planking up on the walls at the cabin. I found my box! And out they came to play. I think I have enough to do something to call it good, but what?
Here I’m wondering what things would look like with a half-block drop. Eh? Maybe, maybe not.
And this idea sort of happened!
And I found myself with a test run!
And then there were three!
And more to do.
I’ve got some tall triangles and this is my project for tonight. I’m going to frame some of these puppies up and will trim them to size later. I need more of these sewn topsy-turvy style before I can decide how to proceed from here.
I’m stitching tonight on my 1948 Singer 201-2. The first time I posted about her was on another Quilt-Cam: Dec 18 of 2013! Wow. My how time flies when we are having fun with the fabric!
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Thanks for joining me tonight, everyone!
If you are finding this post later, remember you can find all of the previous Quilt-Cam episodes under the Quilt-Cam tab at the top of the blog.
If you missed this morning’s blog post – we have a super giveaway going on for the May/June 2016 Quiltmaker Magazine issue with my quilt Razzle Dazzle in it! Click HERE and follow directions to enter. The drawing happens Sunday night.
Thanks for keeping me in stitches!