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Works in Progress

A few works-in-progress. This pile of fabric came from a fun fabric swap with Trish.  I’m putting together a Christmas quilt. Don’t ask me what I’m doing, I really don’t know myself.  I’m kind of making it up as I go along.  I had one thing in mind and I tried it and didn’t like it, so I hacked some more up and I’m trying something else.  I like how I can now refer to my quilting mistakes as  “improv quilting” and sound so much more creative and cool all at the same time.  I will share the final results win or loose.

 I’ve been trying to find more embroidery hoops for a wall collage in my daughter’s room for a while now. I’ve had an especially hard time finding small ones. This week I hit the jackpot at the thrift store. Yay! I found 7 small and 6 medium and got them all for about $8. YES!

After the last post, a few people asked me how I find my good thrift finds.  Here it is: sheer luck. I have no great tips or secrets.  I don’t have a ton of time to scour every thrift store and I don’t want to accumulate a lot of stuff I don’t need, so I’m pretty selective.  In fact I have just one that I hit on occasion.  Maybe it helps that I generally just stick with the one because I know exactly where to go in that store and I can do a pretty quick walk through of my hot spots.  And it’s totally hit or miss. Sometimes I find something fantastic, most of the time not.  The last time I went I spent about 10 minutes because I had kids with me and we were only supposed to be looking for Halloween costumes and embroidery hoops. No luck that day. I just happened to take a detour past the pyrex and spotted the green bowl. Total luck. That’s all.

This last time I went I was dropping off 4 giant bags worth of cleaned-out-closets (LOVE that feeling).  I ran in to check for hoops and got lucky.  But didn’t come home with much else.  Just totally hit or miss. Luckily for me, it was a hit that day.

Here are some of the fabrics I’m using.  Once again, I will post a finished picture as soon as I finish. I’m hoping to work on this project today.

And finally, a little pile of inspiration. I recently ordered a bunch of random fabrics from Fresh Squeezed Fabrics. Some Ruby, Sandi Henderson’s Secret Garden, a Strawberry Fields print that I love, a little Joel Dewberry, . . and when they arrived I was so smitten with how they looked all together.  I feel another project coming on.
Hope Saturday is (was?) good where you are. It’s a rainy, blustery day here. Perfect for staying inside and working on projects and not feeling guilty because I should be outside doing yard work.
Also thanks for the very nice comments on the last post. There were some I could not respond to personally because they didn’t have email addresses attached, but I was very touched by all of them. Thank you, thank you.

And I’m linking up to WIP Wednesday!

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

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    girlsmama
    November 12, 2011 at 11:20 am

    I love that you find stuff at the thrift store! I'm pretty sure I go to the same one and I actually found two dresses for my girls last time! I was shocked. I think I'm too impatient for thrifting. Alas.

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    Unknown
    November 12, 2011 at 11:38 am

    "Improv quilting." Love it!

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    Krista Hansen
    November 12, 2011 at 11:49 am

    "Improv quilting." I love it!

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    Becky
    November 12, 2011 at 2:03 pm

    &quot;Improv quilting&quot; sounds perfect! I think I do a lot of that too 🙂 <br />It&#39;s windy, snowy, and very cold here in Idaho. But perfect day for holiday projects.

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    Kristine
    November 12, 2011 at 4:01 pm

    That bottom pile of fabrics is just divine – so fresh and soft. I wish I could cleverly group fabrics together like that.

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    Mary on Lake Pulaski
    November 12, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    You&#39;ve got lots going on over there Amy!

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    Rosa
    November 12, 2011 at 5:26 pm

    Love your hoop collage ,wonderful.

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    Ric Rac and Polka Dots
    November 12, 2011 at 6:06 pm

    Amy,<br />I just love your attitude about improv quilting. Maybe that&#39;s how all great ideas come about, who knows? <br />Love your fresh ideas and fun stories. Thanks so much for sharing and giving me a little boost today!<br />Julie

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    Michele
    November 12, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    I pass a thrift store many times a week taking Jammer to and from school. I think this week I&#39;ll have to stop in to see what sorts of things they have. Thanks for the idea.

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    Leslie
    November 12, 2011 at 8:50 pm

    I just got some Ruby also!!! we both are lucky girls! loving your embroidery wall hanging design…I had three in my craft room but I am gonna move them into my laundry room (saw a cute idea on Pinterest or another blog)<br />beautiful day here in AZ, about 76 perfect degrees 🙂

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    Elizabeth
    November 12, 2011 at 9:21 pm

    That embroidery hoop decoration looks adorable! Can&#39;t wait to see a finished picture. 🙂

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    Katy Cameron
    November 13, 2011 at 4:01 am

    Gotta love the whole improv technique, nothing is ever wrong :oD<br /><br />Yay on the great thrift store finds, I never have time to go scouring charity shops here, as there aren&#39;t any anywhere near me, so I just have to admire other people&#39;s finds!<br /><br />Loving the new fabric pile too, looking forward to seeing what it turns into :o)

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    ~ The Jolly Bee ~
    November 13, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    Thrifting is definitely hit or miss. I went to an antique store (expecting lofty prices) and walked away with a Pyrex dish for 25 cents! Happiness! You are going to have such fun with those hoops. Enjoy playing with your new fabrics.

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    Lucy @ Charm About You
    November 13, 2011 at 5:54 pm

    I adore all those fabrics! Great choices. I never have any luck in second hand shops but then maybe I need to go in them a bit more!!

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    Kari
    November 13, 2011 at 10:54 pm

    What lovely colors in the whole post. That is going to be a fun quilt out of the new ones.

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    Thimbleanna
    November 14, 2011 at 7:37 am

    Such beautiful fabrics! I love what you&#39;re doing with the hoops — can&#39;t wait to see them finished!

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    Sherry
    November 14, 2011 at 8:57 pm

    Love the Countdown to Christmas fabric! I&#39;ve made a couple of quilts with it. Your wall collage is going to be so awesome! Great fabrics. Can&#39;t wait to see more of both projects!

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    **nicke...
    November 14, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    love those hoops. sarah jane is so pretty!

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    Claire Jain
    November 15, 2011 at 3:23 pm

    Super cute fabrics!

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    Issabella The Cat
    November 16, 2011 at 11:22 am

    I love the hoop idea for freshening up a rooms decor, may have to copy cat you for madams bedroom!

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    Kelly Irene
    November 16, 2011 at 11:48 am

    my last project turned from a thoroughly planned mini quilt to an &quot;improv&quot; mini quilt as well! Like thrift shopping, I&#39;m totally hit or miss or improv (I&#39;ve tossed a few blocks because of that)! I really like the stack you got from Fresh Squeezed fabrics and am looking forward to seeing what you do with those!

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    Dee
    November 16, 2011 at 12:37 pm

    Sew in love with all the colors and prints. Makes me sigh!

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    Lee Ann
    November 18, 2011 at 8:05 am

    Awesome thrift store find! 🙂

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    14

    Works in Progress

    Now that my red solids are washed, I’m ready to finish my Dresden blocks!
    Next, I finished top for a baby boy quilt.
    This one may end up in the etsy shop.
    And some kits – I figured it was about time we did something ‘boyish.’
    See that print of the cars driving on roads on yellow.
    My 3-year-old informed me that it’s cars driving in the desert.
    I love how kids see things differently.
    To me, it was just the yellow colorway of that print.
    Then there’s this beauty.

    Yesterday I spent the morning (thanks to the kind generosity of my awesome neighbor who watched my little boys) with my mom’s cute quilt group learning this technique for making a traditional lone star. (Is that what it’s called?? My mind just totally went blank.)

    I’ve been in the mood to make one ever since seeing Nanette Merrill’s here and since seeing this picture: This is from none other than Sandy Klop’s (our beloved American Jane – who else??) book: American Jane’s Quilts For All Seasons: And Some for No Reason. Oh if I had the time (and patience) to make this quilt. I just love it!
    For now, I’ll keep it to one star.
    My colors are inspired by Sandy and Nanette.
    I based everything around that turquoise.
    I love it.

    I’m excited to see this one come together.

    Can you tell I’m into bright colors these days?
    Maybe it’s my taupe/beige walls that need some cheering up.
    Maybe it’s my subliminal desire for summer.I’ve always been a little (okay, a lot) intimidated by this quilt pattern. Matching points on squares is daunting enough, but diamonds cut on the bias. Eeek. But this method was so slick!

    It’s from a company called QuiltSmart and is so nifty! Basically, it’s like paper piecing only you don’t use paper you use pre-printed sheets of adhesive stabilizer, that you don’t have to remove when you are done. I’m not far along, so I’ll report back on my progress. Has anyone else out there used Quilt Smart before? I think I’m hooked.

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    Jackie
    March 10, 2010 at 6:59 am

    Oh yes, yes, that quilt is going to be a beauty!! I just love what you are doing so far. Can&#39;t wait to hear your review of Quilt Smart. Hmmm… Did you chose it because of the &quot;Smart&quot; name?? LOL.

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    live a colorful life
    March 10, 2010 at 8:24 am

    So the stabilizer stays permanently, like a foundation? Also anxious to hear your review.

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    Kim Walus
    March 10, 2010 at 8:30 am

    I love all of your projects. The colors are so fresh and happy. The Lone Star is going to be so fun. Rae Ann bought the quilt smart product and I&#39;m sure she&#39;ll be excited to see what you&#39;re working on.

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    The Quilt Buddy
    March 10, 2010 at 9:02 am

    All of your projects are awesome!<br /><br />BTW-Your color schemes are right up my alley.

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    Nedra
    March 10, 2010 at 9:18 am

    I think it&#39;s only appropriate that you are using a product called &quot;Quilt Smart&quot;. You should receive royalties! <br />I have seen that pattern, and thought it would be a fun one to make, but didn&#39;t want to deal with all the bias edges. Quilt Smart is the way to go.

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    Amy - Park City Girl
    March 10, 2010 at 11:18 am

    Oooh – I love it! I have seen the Quiltsmart, but not used it. A less intimidating way to make some of those amazing blocks. <br /><br />Love your bright colors!

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    Denise :)
    March 10, 2010 at 11:58 am

    All your colors are so bright and cheery! They make my heart smile. I can&#39;t wait to see your Dresden quilt finished; that&#39;s (yet another) category of quilts I&#39;m wanting to put my hand to…someday! 🙂

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    Trisha
    March 10, 2010 at 12:23 pm

    I haven&#39;t always been a fan of lone stars but I&#39;ve really warmed up to them. I really like the quilt with lots of smaller lone stars. Yours will be beautiful. And I love the little prints in the boy quilt.

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    angela
    March 10, 2010 at 2:26 pm

    That sounds like great stuff! I&#39;ll look forward to the full report.<br /><br />And those are awesome colors!

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    Alisa
    March 10, 2010 at 3:44 pm

    I was just at a quilt retreat and someone was making a lone star quilt with that product. Very neat! (Your colours are way nicer though!)

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    Debbie
    March 11, 2010 at 11:38 am

    I have worked with this interfacing product and on small projects it was great. I used it on a bed sized quilt and ran into some frustration. When joining blocks and rows the interfacing adhesive left a residue on my sewing table top that pretty quickly created too much friction for the fabric to move smoothly as I was sewing. Rubbing alcohol removes the residue quickly but it built up so

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    Petit Debutant
    March 11, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    can&#39;t wait to see more of the lonestar

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    jaybird
    March 15, 2010 at 8:51 pm

    love them all!! i heart american jane!!

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    Nanette Merrill and daughters
    March 23, 2010 at 2:51 pm

    Aw thanks. Your star(s) are going to be wonderful. Really lovely. I am itching to make another. Smaller ones maybe this time like the pattern you show. Fun because they turn out so pretty.

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    16

    Works in Progress

    Boy, do I have a ton of WIP(s). (How do you pluralize an abbreviation?)

    More than usual, I think. The store I work for, American Quilting in Orem, Utah is part of the Wasatch Front shop hop mid-way through June. And I get to make 3 new quilts for the store before then. And I’d better get a jump on them now because I will soon have twice as many kids at home all day. 🙂

    I am so excited for my first little project because I get to use the above Jelly Roll and Honey Bun! American Jane. I know, I’m so lucky. I think I’ll make one for myself in the process. 🙂

    Next, I’m doing a quilt with a bunch of Amy Butler fabric. I know! Working with cool fabric that I didn’t even have to pay for. Some how I didn’t get a picture of the third pile, but it’s a more traditional, summery-looking table topper from this issue of APQ.
    (I started writing this post and realized I didn’t have the picture, but I’m too lazy to go take one, wait for it to load, etc. because the kids will be home from school any minute.)
    But I will show you this pile. These blocks are from the Block-of-the-Month quilt at American Quilting. We are finishing-up next month (and currently taking sign-ups for next year’s quilt that starts in July, if you’re in Utah and you’re interested.) Do you like my Dresden Plate? I feel so cool since these blocks are suddenly everywhere. But I really want to make one that looks like Vanessa’s or Sherri’s with bright, retro looking colors. Mmm.

    And speaking of sign-ups for this year’s BOM here is a conversation that one of my co-workers had with a woman who called for information. The quilt is always a mystery quilt, but Amy, the owner and designer, always gives a theme. (And the quilt always turns out amazing.) This year was Americana, last year was spring, year before was winter, etc. So here is my co-worker, Gloria’s conversation:

    Gloria: “Well, it’s always a mystery quilt, but this year the theme is a garden theme with a more primitive motif.”

    Lady-on-the-phone: (after a long pause) “You mean . . . like . . . dinosaurs?”

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    Molly
    May 13, 2009 at 2:55 pm

    I love the shop hop! I usually go with my mom! I get to machine quilt a lot of shop samples that my mom makes for Gracie Lou’s in Salem, UT. I wish I got to keep some of them!

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    Funky Kim
    May 13, 2009 at 3:02 pm

    Obviously I must sign up for the dinosaur quilt! LOL

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    Mary on Lake Pulaski
    May 13, 2009 at 3:52 pm

    Very cute dresden! And lovely fabric for shop samples.

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    girlsmama
    May 13, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    LOL!! I would love a dino quilt. I just can’t imagine Amy doing it! I’m coming in today to sign up!

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    nicolette
    May 13, 2009 at 3:59 pm

    So much lovely fabric for shop sample quilts!!!

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    Erin
    May 13, 2009 at 4:20 pm

    Oh, that’s awesome to know you work at that shop! My mom was just there the other day and said she loves it! I need to make a trip down there I think! 🙂 And yes, lucky you to get to make fun quilts with free fabric! I made a quilt recently with some Daisy Chain in that colorway and I LOVE it! 🙂

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    Diane
    May 13, 2009 at 4:54 pm

    I am a new reader to your blog and have to tell you how much I do enjoy it. I am especialy touched by your words to your mother for Mother’s Day. As a mother of 8 and one who stayed home to raise my children when it wasn’t cool to do so, I can tell you how very heartwarming it is to hear what it means to your children after they are grown. I wish more young women today had the option to stay home

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    V and Co.
    May 13, 2009 at 4:59 pm

    okay now see i’m sooo upset that i’m not near there because i so want to do aq’s block of the month! so far i’ve seen the last three years and have loved every single one. amy is down right amazing! sigh…maybe i’ll have to do it via mail next year?

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    dotti white
    May 13, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    I absolutely love your dresden! I think the colors are beautiful. I have to admit, though, that I haven’t seen one that I don’t like. I am looking forward to our shop hop which is towards the end of June! I can’t wait. It will be right after school is out and so much fun to see so many fun new ideas! Have a great week!

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    Jackie
    May 13, 2009 at 5:53 pm

    It is a good thing to have lots of WIPs, that way you always have something to occupy your time. That is besides your kids.

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    Nedra
    May 14, 2009 at 4:58 am

    Great quote! "Yes, Maam, dinosaurs are very primitive. And if you find any in your garden just let us know."<br />I miss shop hop and have it on my calendar. I’ll see if I can drive up North and squeeze in the time to go this year.

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    The Quilt Buddy
    May 14, 2009 at 8:05 am

    Oh I can’t wait to see how your samples turned out!<br /><br />Dinosaurs, hmmmm!<br /><br />Have a good day!

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    Lisa @ Life with 4!
    May 14, 2009 at 8:12 am

    ha ha … dinosaurs.<br />I love the green in the fabrics. so springy and fresh looking.<br />Are dresden plates difficult to do? I love the look, but it’s one of those that scare me a bit.

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    Connie
    May 14, 2009 at 8:43 am

    Amy! I crossed the literal street … twice! And neither time were you working there, but I got a gift card for my MIL, so encounters are inevitable. I loved the blue/brown/star-turned-diagonal quilt on the board in the back. And I had a <I>funny</I> encounter with a store clerk that I’ll send you under separate cover – it’s entirely possible that we were speaking Martian to each other.

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    Julianna
    May 14, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    You DO have the best job on the planet! Oh, how I wish I lived closer to cool fabric shops. Hey, how many inches long is your Dresden? I’ve always wanted to try those.

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    Sherri
    May 14, 2009 at 12:29 pm

    Love the fabric shop conversation…and lucky you with so many fun projects!!! I would love to make quilts for a shop! I love the Dresden block as well! I’m trying to plan a family trip up that way during the shop hop…one year I just lucked into it picking up my daughter from a basketball camp…and the shop hop was going on! But I only got to 3 shops that year…I’d love to get to all of

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    4

    Works in Progress

    A few new works-in-progress. First, binding the Recess quilt. It is turning out very cute. I will post finished pictures after it’s washed and cozy. That’s my favorite part of quilting – pulling that finished quilt out of the dryer. Well, one of my favorite parts.

    I’m making good progress on my bag using Nanette‘s pattern. Maybe I will finish tonight. And then I’m going to make some more!
    This is a new pile I pulled out last week. I’m loving all the pink, red, and aqua/blueish quilts I’m seeing all over the blogosphere, so I decided to jump on that band-wagon. This is for a baby quilt. I had hoped it would be for my wonderful next-door neighbor, but she just found out she is having her fourth boy, so we’re going to come-up with something else for her!
    This little pile of scraps is for a Valentine’s table runner. I have a little kitchen table. It has a butterfly-leaf in it to make it expand into a bigger-square size table, but most of the time we keep it small. So regular table runners don’t work. If I do try to use them they encroach onto the eating space and end up with mashed potatoes and yogurt and all kinds of other food squished on them. I’m hoping a smaller size will still look cute, but reduce the spill-overs. I am realistic, however, and don’t expect it to ever make it through completely unscathed.If you want your own little pile of Valentine scraps, go check out Kim’s 100th post! I know Kim through my job at the quilt store in Orem. She is an amazing quilter. She has a very fun blog where she shares all kinds of tutorials and ideas. Go check it out!

    Look at all those goodies!
    Also a work-in-progress: my healing finger. The pointer finger on my left hand had a head-on collision with the rotary-cutter last week. (Actually, the cutter ran into the side of my finger, next to the finger nail.) So stupid. I haven’t had a major rotary-cutter injury that I can remember. Of course it happened as I was trimming the batting from the Recess quilt and in the middle of pulling out piles of the above stuff and feeling so productive! I also had a bunch of kids at my house and couldn’t run to the doctor to see if I needed stitches. So I just band-aided and taped it really tight. The bleeding stopped and so far I’m doing okay. I had my dad check it last night and it appears to not be infected. Lame.

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    Lisa @ Life with 4!
    January 26, 2009 at 4:17 pm

    ok ms. quilter… a question for ya…<BR/>Why do you wash &amp; dry your quilts right after making them? Does it &quot;complete&quot; the quilting look? Ya know the baby quilt I recently finished, I did not wash &amp; dry before giving it to them, should I have?

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    Nedra
    January 26, 2009 at 11:54 pm

    Those rotary cutters are treacherous I’m telling you! Make sure you never cut towards yourself. And there are gloves you can wear that are rotary cutter safe. I’ve never tried them but I know I read about them on blogs.

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    Nanette Merrill and daughters
    January 29, 2009 at 4:35 pm

    You have been one busy girl. Everything is sweet and fun here. I love reading your blog. It is refreshing and makes me feel good to see what you are up to.

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    ekp
    June 5, 2012 at 1:05 pm

    Hi, new reader here… catching up on old posts. But, wanted to say that I did the exact same thing to my left pointer finger recently. As a new quilter, all I could think was &quot;I can&#39;t believe I haven&#39;t done that already!&quot;

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    Works in Progress

    Oh, so many projects in the works right now. I think I am wearing too many hats. First: two projects for the store where I spend some grown-up time. One with this yummy felted wool and a quilt with a gazillion random plaids. It’s called the Boyfriend quilt. It’s SO cool when it’s all put together, quilted and washed. I will post pictures when it is done. (I made one 5 years ago, but it’s time to update.) Right now I’m up to my eyeballs in piles of plaid.
    Next, plans for an Etsy business using some of these beauties (and dozens more.) Should be very cool. I’m so excited for it. This is a giant leap for me. But I’m hoping the market research I’ve done locally will pay off.Then I have this pile of baby-gift stuff that I WILL finish this week. Nursing covers and diaper clutches. One for a friend who had her baby over a month ago. Sigh.On top of that: major design work on this humble little blog. I decided a month ago to just go a head a start something. If I waited until too long to get everything perfect, it just might never happen. So this is one of my biggest works-in-progress.

    In other totally random/really cool news I went to my first ‘tweet-up’ this week. I am not a ‘twitterer’ – still haven’t totally come out of the technological stone-age- but I’m working on it. The very famous DesignMom/K*rtsy founder, Gabrielle Blair was in town for the Start-up Princess conference in Midway, Utah. (I SO wish I could have been there.) But I did make it for the Salt Lake meet-up.

    This is so out of my comfort zone. Most of my social engagements include hauling kids, fruit-snacks & pretzels to the park. It was REALLY fun to do something fun and social. Gwen Bell (Gabi’s K*rtsy partner) was also really fun to meet. She wrote about it here. (And you can even see me in the picture. I am third from the left. Woo. I feel so famous.)

    It was really cool to see Gabi, who I totally remembered from college. And we finally figured out where: the freshman dorms. Also Kelly Anderson, *THE* Start-up Princess who was also a good friend from college -we were roommates for a semester in London. (You’ve got to love when people from your past become famous. Seriously, I’m so proud of these girls. Both busy moms with kids, who took some creative initiative and are doing very exciting things. And still being moms.)
    And so much fun to meet the other amazing women there! Women who are doing what I want to do, but are so much farther ahead in the game than where I am right now. They were all so engaging and gracious and FUN. The most embarrassing moment of the night: coming in late and suddenly being asked if I have a blog by this hipper-than-hip group and wishing I had a much cooler blog to share with them. The coolest moment of the night: feeling the love and the real encouragement by these experienced women – feeling glad that I just took the plunge to show-up, start-up, and dream. Now back to work. . .

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    Amy @ Park City Girl
    November 11, 2008 at 11:31 am

    Your projects look exciting 🙂 I’ve not gotten into felt yet – can’t wait to see more!

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    Sara
    November 11, 2008 at 9:46 pm

    Wow, lots of projects going on. Can’t wait to see the finished projects, I know they will be great! Sounds like you have been super busy!

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    Katherine Center
    November 11, 2008 at 10:30 pm

    Hi! I found you through Gwen Bell’s site and Kirtsy. I am a quilter, myself (or used to be-I quilt less these days than I used to…) But I still love to look at quilts and other people’s projects. Yours look lovely!

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    Nanette Merrill and daughters
    November 17, 2008 at 5:25 pm

    Oh Amy this is such fun stuff. I need to make those cookies.

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