May Quilts for Display
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2w ago
Well, with the month of May ...... comes a different set of quilts for display in our home. Here they are ..... enjoy! Cherish your day, cherish your life ..read more
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May Challenges
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2w ago
May has come ..... the grass is green ..... things are starting to sprout up in the garden. With May comes new challenges. For the Chookshed Stitchers Challenge 2024, this is my UFO to work on.  This project dates back to 2014.  I took a class when my friend Debra came up to our guild and taught us this pattern.   The book is someplace and I will need to find it to figure out how to do the rest.  If not, then I will need to put on my thinking cap and figure it out!   I will also still work on my Rail Fence Delight.  I do want to get this project moved a ..read more
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April challenges
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3w ago
April has been a busy month with appointments, a sick cat and family functions.  Not much got accomplished in my studio, but I'm very happy at what got done. Now, our sick cat.  It all started a couple of weeks ago, when I tried putting Ridley outside on a harness.  He absolutely freaked out.  He did not want to be outside and once back inside he started throwing up his food.  A number of days later and a visit to the vet and x-rays showed nothing there to cause the sickness.  He was given meds to stop the nausea and vomiting and a few days later, he was fine.&nbs ..read more
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April quilts on display
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1M ago
Here are my quilts that can be selected for display for the month of April.  My goodness, but when I look at the photos, quite a few of the quilts are EPP.  Wow, how did that happen?  Enjoy! Cherish your day, cherish your life ..read more
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Scrappy Bargello
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1M ago
This is now a top!  Yea!  Got something finished.  With Ridley being part of the family now, I devised a plan in order to give me some sewing time.  We have playtime early in the morning and tire him out so that he sleeps for most of the morning and that is my sew time.  Yes, I'm smart!  LOL  This pattern came from Bonnie Hunter in her "free pattern" tab section.  Scrappy Bargello is the name of this pattern. I did it slightly different than her instructions.  First off, I didn't cut all the strips she recommended.  Looking at the photo, all t ..read more
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March Chookshed Stitchers Challenge update
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1M ago
March was a bit of a dud for me ...... my quilting mojo went to sleep and not as much got done. Why?  Well ..... we have a new member of our family.  Meet Ridley.  He came to our back door and after posting on local FB pages to see if someone owned him and even after bringing him to SPCA for microchip scanning, no one has come forward and we have decided to keep him.  He is so friendly and loving and used to people and kids. He captured hubby's heart and that was it .... he is ours now.  I did go through the listing for poisonous plants and quite a few house plants g ..read more
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Raindrops
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2M ago
This was my February binding challenge and so glad it is done and hanging up this month.   It is so bright and cheery and brightens up the corner by the door to our garage. This quilt started out as a paper bag challenge with our night guild.  There was a fat quarter in the bag and we had to make a quilt from it along with other fabrics from our stash or bought fabric.  Patterns were available each month and the designer had the patterns set for beginner, intermediate and expert.  I can't remember what level I took for each block, but am happy with the result. This wa ..read more
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Quilts on display for March!
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2M ago
I'm so happy with my monthly collections and my dream of having different collections has finally come true.  This is what I had planned on doing many, many years ago and as each quilt got made,  I was getting closer and closer to that dream becoming reality.  Each month, the quilts are all changed out and it gives hubby and I something to look at and talk about.   So, for March, these are the quilts that are on display.  The predominant colours are blue and green.  So, sit back and enjoy! Cherish your day, cherish your life ..read more
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February and March Binding Challenge
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2M ago
Another month and another quilt done for both no-blog Mary and myself. This is Mary's (before on the left and after with the binding) February quilt: This is my quilt (more on this in another post): For March, we have chosen our quilts. These are Mary's.  Aren't those penguins adorable?   She is going to do these three small mini quilts for her challenge.  This will be my quilt: Mary mentioned to me that she is still pulling quilts from her closet and she still has bins in the basement with quilts to bind.  Holy Moly ..... just how many quilts does she have ..read more
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Oh, those challenges!
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2M ago
February is over and now I can tally up what was done for that month with the Chookshed Stitchers 2024 Challenge and my monthly binding challenge. February was such a busy month for me outside my studio.  Lots and lots of appointments for hubby and school pick-ups and hosting hubby's 75th birthday.  I'm lucky to have got done more than I thought.  It appeared that I didn't do anything, until I started adding up what I actually did.  Surprised me!  Bonus!  First off, all of these quilts now have their hanging sleeves and there are no more to be done.  Yeah me ..read more
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