Sunday, March 22, 2015

Fly Away

2 Tops done for Hands 2 Help (see the side bar, not too late to sign up).  The first one is Fly Away pattern. I think I'll call this one butterscotch.  That color so makes me hungry for butterscotch pudding.  This one is 68-ish in square.  I ran out of the butterscotch color so the border is a couple inches smaller than it should be.  It's a bad picture.  I'll get a better one when it's quilted....Now this is going to be a fun one to quilt don't you think?

The second is based on one of the Craftsy quilt in a day pattern I had help with this one, that's Veronika peaking over the top of the quilt.  Together we got this top together in less than  3 hours!!  Love it.  I'm calling this one H2H Star - brilliant huh?  I got nothing when it comes to naming quilts.  This one is 56 inches square.

Look there's actually something on my design wall.  This was suppose to be a nice little quilt that I do on breaks from quilting just beachy.  This thing has tormented me, I have no idea when or if it will ever get done.  It's been sewn, and resewn multiple times, man.  I'm going to conquer this little guy I just know it.  I thought it would be bright and cheery, feel good using up some of the scraps and stash.  Well maybe someday but not today. Actually I feel like I've made progress just getting it up on the wall, that took longer to do than completeing H2H Star :)
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I think I have my blog completely on my gmail address now.  I'm so tired of the comment emails bouncing because it was a yahoo account.  I think just about every comment I made on a blog bounced last week.  We'll see if this does the trick.  If it doesn't help, well I'll have to figure out a plan B.

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9 comments:

  1. Nice work Sue, and can't wait to see what magic you work up on those H2H quilts!

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  2. Oh, Sue - don't stress about Beachy.
    Don't rip - I'm sure whatever you do will be fine. I know it is full of fusible that makes it terrible to work with. I put it in the corner for 3 years, so time is NOT of the essence. Your quilting is beautiful - I'm sure whatever you've done is beautiful.

    I really like these tops. The butterscotch one will look awesome with your quilting. Have some fun for a while.!

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  3. I imagine "Pudding Bowl" for your butterscotch quilt, since the traditional block name is Cut Glass Dish. I like the color combination!

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  4. Great eye candy. And, even if you are tired of the last one it is a great, fun little quilt. I can't wait to see what you do with Butterscotch quilting-wise.

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  5. LOVE this big star! It's going to be fun to quilt too!

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  6. Sue, I love your big star!! Both quilts will make great donations.

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  7. When you get ready to quilt that star why not give a run through your quilts for 2014 and back. I just did and they were great inspiration. I think that when I am ready to quilt again I will spend a couple of hours on your past years quilts and then head to the studio, full of inspiration.

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  8. I do like that big star! Sure you will make them all shine with your quilting magic. If you've sorted out the g-mail thing, let me know. Someone gave me instructions (I may not have followed them well) and it made things worse - so reverted back. Would love to straighten out the bouncing mail.

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  9. Sue, Nice job on so many cheery designs, and the blessing that they will be to someone needing the love sewn in them.

    Julie

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