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Re: Looking Forward to the Move: Part One
My husband will be looking forward to the certification class on the longarm. He can't wait to get
i went thru west concord last week and thought i saw a 'moving sale' sign... rechecked it today and
Re: I never finish anythi...
A couple of years ago, my daughter gave me a pattern and a tote bag all cut out.i never finished it.
I'm definitely NOT the Queen, maybe a minor princess or duchess in UFO's. A few weeks ago, I was loo
This pillow made me laugh out loud! I am happy to hear about your move... no worries about parking
Loved your blog entry, reminded me that I am not alone! In the UFO category. Congrats on your weddi
I'd probably be in the running for Queen of the Unfinished Projects (though that's not saying I'd ac
Re: Laminate Allows You to Get Messy!
Oh, and also, we do not have an exact move-in date yet. The new space requires a build-out, which re
Patty, I'm going to email you about the colored bar. And thank you! We're excited, though, I'm sorry
I was wondering why there is a colred strip in the middle of each page.. On a psoitive note I love t
On Tuesday, Jen at A Quilting Jewel designed two quilts--a Twisting Again (shown below) and a Framed Square. She also included a nice tutorial about working with the Kit Designer, with screen shots. For her Twisting Again quilt, Jen used primarily the Modernology collection, but also pulled fabrics from Terrain, Oval Elements, and Magnolia Lane.
The Snow Stacks pattern proved to be popular among the bloggers in our tour, as two of them chose it as their focus quilt. On Wednesday, Aimee at Salt Marsh Designs played with the Modernology and Echo collections, then added some solids to "give the eye a place to rest."
Laurie at Dodging the Butterfly also worked with Snow Stacks, but look at how differently her quilt turned out, even though she used some Modernology, as well.
Pippa at Pippa Patchwork designed a bold Framed Square, using Supreme Solids. Each of these quilts are quite different, showing the versatility of the Kit Designer to assist with just about any taste.
Now, for the fun part! The giveaway! Choose one of the quilts above. Each of the quilts is actually an embeded link to the Kit Designer, so if you click on the quilt, it will take you to the design table for that quilt. Play around a little, then come back and comment with the ONE change you would make to make it YOUR quilt kit. Go! Play! Have fun! Then comment. Comments close at midnight on Thursday, January 26. We will draw a winner at random on Friday. Be sure to leave an email address so we can contact you. Prize is a four-pack of fat quarters from the Echo collection.
One small change on pippa's quilt. I would add a small strip of black around each of the framed patches. I just love a black outline, you know me, I'm the kid who outlined the finished pictures in the coloring book with my black crayon.
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