Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Midweek Makers #75

Welcome to another edition of Midweek Makers!



Here's my progress: the whole design, including these snowflakes for the Christmas Carol Row-along, (coming in this fall), are fused down. 



They still need the stitching, but the pattern is written, just in time for the deadline.

There's also progress on the quilting for the duck quilt,



which is about halfway done. Looking great so far!

But enough about me. Did everyone see the incredibly awesome bookcase quilt created by Jen at de Jong Dream House?

                              

If you haven't, go check out all of the special blocks in this wonderful personalized quilt for a favorite librarian - great work Jen! Be sure to grab a 'Featured' button!

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Let's see what fun sewing projects everyone has to share this week! Come link up your post, visit the other guests, be inspired, and most of all, have a great time!

Enjoy!



15 comments:

  1. I am drooling over the baby quilt, quilting. So much quilting yumminess in one small picture.

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  2. the quilting looks great on that baby quilt.

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    1. Thanks Karen! Keeping it simple, but giving it character.

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  3. Hi Susan,
    You are making great progress on your duckie quilt. It will be finished in no time! Thank you for making Jen's post the feature - I somehow missed it last week, and I so am glad I read it. ~smile~
    Roseanne

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    1. Thanks Roseanne! Jen's quilt just made me go 'WOW' when I saw it - she did a fantastic job!

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  4. I'm really enjoying watching that little ducky quilt come together. It's precious!

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  5. Your quilting looks fabulous. I love Jen's bookcase quilt and it was such fun reading her techniques in constructing it.

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  6. Oh, the quilting on your ducky quilt looks wonderful!!! That bookshelf quilt is wonderful. I spent a lot of time last week looking and reading about it plus checking out some of her other blog posts. Thanks for hosting the linky party. I couldn't resist and linked two different projects that I have going. I know, so much to sew and sew little time. Karen

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  7. Ah! Thanks so much for featuring Mrs. Gentry's library. I had so much fun making it!

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  8. I fall in love with your duck quilt every single time I see it in your update. I'm sure you're getting tired of me commenting. --Andrea

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  9. the duck quilt is such fun and wow that library quilt is a work of art. Look forward to seeing the snowflake quilt develop

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  10. I am always amazed at how much you accomplish! That duckie quilt is so cute!

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