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Start Date: April 2015 Status: In Progress; 18 blocks complete Number of Blocks: 30 Number of Pieces: 1400 Material: Cotton Fabric: Free Spirit’s Moon Shine by Tula Pink Technique: English Paper Pieced Finished Size: 50 x 63 This is my first English…

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Completed: June 2015 Start Date: October 2013? Techniques: Pieced Materials: Moda 30’s Playtime Jelly Roll & Layer Cake Size: 60″ x 80″ My 2015 resolution was to finish all of my UFOs before starting/buying any new quilting projects. Flower Patch was started in either late…

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From time to time I get the itch to do some hand stitching. The last time I got such an itch I found an adorable little pattern e-book at Needle n’ Thread that not only included five different designs for…

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Current Status: On Schedule  Start Date:  January 2015 Techniques: Pieced and Appliqué Materials: Cotton prints Block Size: 16″ (with an 8″ center block) Quilt Size: 82″ x 82″ (?) Plain and Fancy is a 9-month block of the month program hosted by a local quilt shop, My Sewing Shoppe.…

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Current Status: On Schedule Start Date:  October 2014 Techniques: Pieced and Appliqué Materials: Cotton prints Under the Veranda is a block of the month program hosted by a local quilt shop, Wish Upon a Quilt. This is a sampler quilt that caught my eye because…

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Current Status: quilt top is complete, next step is quilting! Start Date:  February 2014 Techniques: Pieced, Paper Pieced Materials: Cotton prints Size: 100″ x 100″ The Elegance block of the month program (BOM) was hosted by a local shop, My Sewing Shoppe, and began January 2014.…

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Current Status: Top is complete! (Feb 16) Start Date: February 8, 2015 Techniques: Pieced, Paper Pieced, and Appliqué Materials: Batiks and cotton prints Size: 42″ x 60″ This quilt was designed by a local quilt shop, Cary Quilting Company, and was part of the…

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For more information on Project Quilting, visit Persimon Dreams. For the full “making of” photo gallery, skip to the bottom. A blog I follow hosts a quilting challenge modeled after Project Runway, which they call Project QUILTING. I…

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For more information on Project QUILTING, please visit Persimon Dreams. The theme for Project QUILTING’s third challenge is “UFOs and Orphan Blocks.” The basic rules are the same as last time in that the project does not have to be a…

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For more information on Project QUILTING, please visit Persimon Dreams. The fifth challenge for Project QUILTING 2015 is “My Favorite Fabric.” The same guidelines apply to this challenge as the others I participated in… it doesn’t have to be…