Yearly Archives: 2014

Merry Christmas 2014!!

Bonnie Hunter has challenged those following her blog and Quiltville Open Studio facebook page to post some Christmas quilts (or Hanukkah, Solstice, Winter).  We are linking up with her blog starting tomorrow, Christmas Eve write program to download.

Here are a few of my Christmas quilts:

Let’s start with the oldest…the Christmas stockings I made my kids a few years ago:


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Grand Illusion Mystery Quilt from Quiltville 2014 – Clue 3

Moving right along on our winter’s mystery by Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville, my guess is that these units are for the border. 

These were super speedy funny comic videos for free. Once again I used my 2″

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Grand Illusion Mystery Quilt from Quiltville 2014 – Clue 2

So far I’m keeping up with the mystery clues as they are released.  I got all 100 broken dishes units done, pressed and stacked into piles of ten and set aside openoffice draw herunterladen.

This week we got to play with black, white and pink. 

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Grand Illusion Mystery Quilt from Quiltville – 2014 – Step 1

I always look forward to Bonnie Hunter’s winter mystery released on the Friday after the American Thanksgiving.  Since October when the yardage requirements and colour cards were released, I’ve been shopping my stash and augmenting with a few smaller bits of yardage to round out what I have windows 10 update direkt herunterladen.

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It’s all about the foot!

I had a major ah-ha moment last night.  I’m quilting this at the moment.

Originally, I wanted to hand quilt it.  I chose some Warm & Natural cotton batting because I thought it was a good choice for hand quilting.  I took the quilt top,

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The Hexie Bug Has Bitten

I’m not usually what is called a “late adopter” in the behavioural science arena, but there have been a few times where I’ve pondered, and pondered again, and resisted starting projects that everyone seems to be on the bandwagon of.  I’ve preferred to stay with my current projects, leaning towards scrappy quilting but enjoying a variety of styles and methods,

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Sisterly love…

My sister loves my hobby.  And I love my sister.

Last year she asked me if I would make her a quilt for her bed.  She has a king sized bed.  We talked about designs; we talked about colour kindle sammlungen herunterladen. She wanted shabby chic and she wanted something traditional. 

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And the desert shall rejoice and blossom as a rose…

These words conjure up a lot of emotion for me.

As I was sewing binding on this wedding quilt for a very special couple, a song from scripture from my time living in Israel back in 1984/85 flooded my memory and I found myself singing it.  The scripture reference is from Isaiah 35. 

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Free EQ7 download

I’ve been spending some time playing with my EQ7 (Electric Quilt) software.  My foot fracture of March 13, 2014 has officially healed but I still need to rest it after standing too long.  So when I’m sitting and elevating, I’ve usually got my laptop at the ready on which I design quilts using EQ7 gratis kinofilmeen.

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Another finish…

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I’m very happy to have this quilt finished.  It has been sent as a gift to my cousin who endured multiple fractures just over a month ago.  I hope the cheery colours brighten her days.  It sure brightened mine when I knew it was meant for her herunterladen.

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