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Thursday, May 03, 2012

iPhone-I-Gram! One row down!

Just finished the last block needed to set this row together!

8 blocks left to go! :-)

My lucky panda and the kindle fire are right by my side as I piece---it's a Netflix night!

24 comments:

  1. Looks like you are a Trekkie, too. AND that carpet looks like some quilt fabric I've got in my stash, so you must be pretty comfy there. Love, love the blocks and how that is coming together. Thanks for sharing. Have a good night's sleep.

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  2. your amazing bonnie,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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  3. Love the blocks and the tramming and corner units. Looking good!

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  4. The blocks/rows look awesome! What pattern are you following or making/naming this one?

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  5. Lovely..
    And when i saw panda on your deskna few weeks ago, i had to get him. He's great!

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  6. What is the panda? You are really great using your te so wisely. I got outside in the yard thisorning and spent the day outside

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  7. oh it is so pretty bonnie. You are setting it on point?

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  8. I love the way these blocks are working together. I have a Dear Jane ready to sash and put together(stalled), but I like this one much more with the color variations. Is it Nearly Insane?
    Where did you get your Panda? I so need speakers for my laptop... The sound is always so low when I'm viewing netflix that I have to use the earbuds just so I can hear it.
    Thanks for sharing your journey Bonnie - I'm enjoying the travelling!

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  9. Anonymous10:06 PM EDT

    I really like this quilt. So bright and pretty.
    Have a nice night.
    Maryella

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  10. Looks really good so far!

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  11. Anonymous11:11 PM EDT

    I have the "Nearly Insane" book - haven't braved a single block yet - but am so enjoying your work. Inspiring! Thanks for blogging these things!

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  12. Great colors, this will be another fantastic quilt!

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  13. Very pretty!! Love the colors ..how many blocks are there?

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  14. I really love this quilt, will you hand quilt this, or machine?

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  15. I just LOVE strings! And it was a real "duh" moment when you gave the idea of using "stringed" fabric within a block....and I'm not even blonde!

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  16. I love seeing your quilt come together!! Lovely!!!

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  17. Anonymous10:26 AM EDT

    I can't believe the amount of traveling and teaching you do! You are awesome! How many days per year are you on the road! I thoroughly enjoy your travels thru your stories!!
    Thank you!
    jldoidge@telus.net

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  18. Oh my, that is absolutely stunning.

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  19. Anytime I need inspiration, I go to my "favorites" and click on Quiltville! Everything I read here is so inspiring!!! Thanks Bonnie!!!

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  20. Anonymous2:34 PM EDT

    Love your version of the Dear Jane. One of my Florida Quilt group did one and recently showed the group hers. Fabulous! Suzanne from Maine

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  21. diana nelson3:52 PM EDT

    What a great block - I'm definitely going to try that one. Love the red which happens to be my favorite color. I'll keep my fingers crossed I'm lucky.

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  22. Paulette Eccleston5:02 PM EDT

    This is a wonderful block. I too love scrap quilts and am definetly adding this block (and quilt) to my "to do" list. treccles@shaw.ca

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  23. Anonymous5:54 PM EDT

    I love the Talkin Turkey, I think I would like to do it in Pinks for a breast cancer survivor friend. thequiltnook@cableone.net

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