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Bridge Print Bunk Quilt Finished

And just in the nick of time, the last bunk quilt is finished. I left off with the top and went off to design and quilt others, but am back.   317 more words


Postcard Print, Bunk Quilt, Finished at Last

I left off with the green and tan needing quilting. (Reverse history starts here.) Finished that a couple days ago.

The green is as I had planned all along (don’t know name of it; it reminds me of the “pipes” screensaver); the tan I had been undecided.   409 more words


A Return to Leisurely Quilting

With the finish of items for the NW Guild show (today and tomorrow at Expo Center in Portland) I have returned to a more comfortable pace on the bunk quilt from postcard print fabric. 286 more words


Tarheel Piecemaker members start a Fidget Quilt Project

At our February meeting, we decided to participate in a new project. The idea of doing dementia quilts, or sometimes called fidget quilts was brought to the members by Sharon Johnson in November 2014. 97 more words


Block Lotto Top--Red for February

Back in February I made and sent a pair of red blocks. I used up all my Waterfront Park red except for the bird fabric. I saved it in case I got the blocks back. 294 more words


Class Project Becomes Doll Quilt

I signed up for Carol Friedlander’s Big Stitch class at QuiltCon. I’d registered too late to get into day classes, so I was pleased when they added some night classes. 399 more words


And Bunk Top #4 Is Finished

The 9-patch blocks that I started here behaved quite nicely as I assembled them. Only one discrepancy between the top and my plan.

I’d intended the red 9-patch for the center. 195 more words