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March 13, 2012 / chris-the-quilter

Design Wall Tuesday

Design Wall Tuesday

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My wall has been taken over by my husband…..

For the story (and pattern details  : )    ) pop over to his blog

 

or…..check out the other amazing design walls at Judy’s blog

 

January 22, 2012 / chris-the-quilter

January TUSAL

January pictures of my T(otally) U(seless) S(titch) AL(ong) jar

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December 23, 2011 / chris-the-quilter

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!

just a wee post to wish every one a very Merry Christmas and wonderful 2012

am very behind in posting, and life is amking me more so….quilted 7 quilts last week, and finishing the last of 19 embroidered towels

….and small cousin towels still to go!!

oh well,

see you all next year

 

November 25, 2011 / chris-the-quilter

TUSAL

Totally

Useless

Stitch

A

Long

read all about it here

November 11, 2011 / chris-the-quilter

a palindrome….

11-11-11

today’s date, sorry that it’s nothing more exciting, but I think the date itrlf is important

it’s also the day we remember the ANZACS

next time I’ll try and post some sewing style pictures…

October 28, 2011 / chris-the-quilter

joining in

I SO need motivation

after my last post, I’ve decided my (for now) traveling project will be Insanity I

am linking to the Friday Night Sew In and will post tomorrow with progress

 

 

****EDIT….I am a week LATE!!, but seeing as how Bobbi’s blog accepted my linky, I’ll post progress anyways

October 17, 2011 / chris-the-quilter

what’s on my design wall??

Where have I been?, mostly looking after kids and the house

Though I am facilitating at two craft groups, member of two guilds (on the committee for one) and have joined the local chapter of the Modern Quilt Guild

Also, Insanity II was pictured on page 28 of the Victorian Quilter’s Guild October Newsletter

On to my design wall, first picture is before I had the bright idea to pin up the Insanity quilts for updated pictures

Bonnie Hunter’s Double Delight blocks, a test block for Roll, Roll, Cotton Boll, Vignette hexagons (a whopping inch per side) and a 30’s Repro quilt-in-progress on the right (sorry, can’t find the pattern for the name, will edit when I do)
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Second picture is the quilt that started it all, “Insanity”  Using 1930’s repro’s and a white background

Insanity 1 progress picture

Third picture is “Insanity II”, growing slowly, but growing none the less

Insanity II progress

Pop on over to Patchwork Times and see what everyone else is working on

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