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Just had to stop in again, since I miss this space, and quilting in general.  The last few days I've been looking especially longingly at my fabric, and thinking to myself that soon I will find the time!  Meanwhile, above are a couple photos of the fabric bundle I put together for FabricSpark for January.  I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, and can't wait to make something with it.  I think I'll maybe add a few more darker greens, although it depends what pattern I end up using...  the nice thing is, there's still a few of these bundles available!  So if by chance you like it, then it can be yours!


And just to prove that I have been doing a tiny bit of sewing, here's a glimpse of a quilt block above.  Can you guess what it is?  It's from Simply Retro!



And then a baby quilt that I've been very slowly handquilting over the last few months.  Now I think I have a baby to give it to, so that should speed it up!  Hopefully I'll be back soon with finished photos on this one.

11 comments:

  1. Good to see your post -- lovely hand quilting and gorgeous blues!

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  2. I miss you, too! Life intrudes! You will have time again! Enjoy your family to the nth! -Jean

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  3. Love your work - missed hearing from you!

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  4. Love the bundle colors! Glad to hear from you. And your hand quilting is encouraging me to give it a go! Take care.

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  5. I love the baby quilt, are there any other photos posted somewhere? I've been in the mood to play with scraps lately..

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  6. Always love seeing what you're working on!

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  7. You really make me look at Simply Retro in a whole different way. Those blues are everything!

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  8. How lovely and inspiring! I love that blue spiderweb (?), especially!!! It's always great to see what you are working on and your fabric selections are so inspiring as well! Thank you!

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  9. I like the concept of these colorful baby quilts. Those different colors are making them overall cuter and hand quilting skills can be seen clearly through the pictures. Great effort. Must have taken a lot of your time.

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