Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Midweek Makers #91

Welcome to another addition of Midweek Makers!

No pictures to show right now, as my next projects are in my head, trying to come out in EQ. Lots of computer work, which I hope will be successful.

I have to admit, I was incredibly happy to see the Postage Stamp quilt by Karen at Quilts Etc appear not only here on Midweek Makers,

                                     Postage Stamp Quilt

but also at the Bloggers Quilt Festival. Karen has been sharing it's progress over the last few months, and it been so great to watch it come together. And now it's finished! Well done Karen - grab the 'Featured' button for a wonderful quilt!

grab button for Quiltfabrication
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Now it's time to share your projects, with a few guidelines to follow for linking up - they make the party that much better for all of us.
  • Please link directly to your specific post, not your main blog page.
  • Visit and leave a comment to two links: the one before and the one after your own. Everyone loves to receive comments!
  • Bring a friend! Invite your fellow bloggers to the party by spreading the word! Share this post on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. Feel free to use the sharing buttons at the bottom of the page.
  • Link back to somewhere on your post. A link back makes us all happy - don't be left out of the party!

Have fun!

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  1. thanks Susan - and you can't begin to believe how surprised I was when the random number generator gave me the top prize of the sewing machine - beyond excited!

  2. Sometimes creating enters a different phase. I hope you have fun getting the details out of your mind and I look forward to seeing them turn into reality. :)

  3. That postage stamp quilt is stunning. Thanks for sharing it here.

  4. I am fashionably late to the party but I made it in time. I had eye surgery earlier this week and one needs to see in order to do anything. I've watched Karen make that quilt and am so glad that she won a prize at the Blogger's Quilt Festival as it is beautiful beyond words and so glad she was featured here.


Thank you so much for just made my day!