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Friday, April 27, 2012

Almost .................

TGIF already!  Chores finished and lots of sewing accomplished last night and this afternoon. 
Remember those two quilts I told you I was working on to give away as gifts?  Well, here you can see I am almost near the finish line.
I still have to place one more border of unbleached muslin around the plaid border just to give it a bit of quiet, you know tone it done a tad. Then it will be ready to sandwich and quilt!

Then this one, the one I fashioned after a pattern by Kaffe Fassett and Liza Prior in 2003 named Plaids Squared.  This however is where the adaptation of their combined pattern differs.
I have used brights and will border it with signature flying geese blocks.  I have the flying geese all made, just waiting for the last to be returned as these are being signed, after all this is a gift.
So, what do you think about my patchwork?  I think as gifts their fairly acceptable?
Thank you for coming by and sharing some of your time with me, it is nice to know there are people out there still interested in what I might be up to or have to say.  
Did you find time to visit the Sea Odyssey?  Wasn't it something awesome?
I really also would love to hear from those who were sent Blog Hop gifts, have they arrived in your mail boxes yet?

Life is a great big canvas, and you should throw all the paint on it you can.  ~Danny Kaye ........................


  1. Welcome to my blog! So glad I came to visit you! Your quilts are truly lovely. I love the colors you use. They will make beautiful gifts! I'm your newest follower! Nice to meet you!

  2. Good Morning and it's nice to meet you too Rosemary! Interesting blog you have and I so enjoy meeting new bloggers with wonderful and inventive ideas and themes. Wish I had time for the May and Me Hop but simply don't this time, but what fun everyone is going to have. Thank you for visiting and thank you for your comments on my two latest quilts. Very much appreciated.


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