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“Quilting With Buck”
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America’s Pictorial Quilts $15.00 plus shipping
Contemporary Quilts from Traditional Designs Paperback $10.00 plus shipping
Hard cover $15.00 plus shipping
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Wishing everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving 2007!
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My 10 yards of background fabric for my Dear Jane quilt arrived yesterday. I quickly tossed them into the washer and drier to get that step out of the way. Washing it was no big deal… in it goes, regular cycle, hot water, detergent, softener… then fan it into the drier until just barely damp. Pull out, shake, fold, store. Easy as pie!
I found a map on Frappr that keeps track of people who are into Dear Jane Quilts and added myself to the group. You can check it out below. To add yourself, simply click on the map to be taken to the page to do so. Enjoy!
I will be starting my Dear Jane quilt after the Christmas holiday…
Today, I decided on the background and placed my order on http://www.equilter.com/ . It’s easier for me to order online from equilter… it takes me awhile to decide what I want to commit to, so I can use their Wish List feature and keep coming back to it. I can’t do that with my favorite quilt shop in East Lansing, Michigan. It’s an hour’s drive away!
So this is what I have selected and the mailman will be bringing soon:
I wanted something that read a honey-mustard, soft yet deep golden tone. I think this gives it to me! The quilt will be scrappy in nature… lots of different colors to blend nicely with this (I hope).
So, what do you think???
Let me know by posting your comments here.
Hubby and I are planning on a long project together… to finish our basement so we have more usable space, and so I have a place to quilt and store my quilty stuff. It will be done one little step at a time, as we can afford it and have time to do it, as most of the work will be done by us. What a task! But it’s one I’m looking forward to with great anticipation.
I am also looking forward to starting a Dear Jane quilt. I don’t want to rush the start, though… this will also be a long project, and I’m not sure if I want a scrappy look or a planned look with selected colors. I’m leaning more towards the scrappy look. I love scrap quilts, and it will give me an opportunity to use some of those little bits of fabric that I’ve been saving all these years. I have some from the 30’s and 40’s that were passed on to me from my Aunt Jean. They are leftovers from the only quilt she ever made, so I will be happy to include them in this special piece.
I am also going to be busy over the winter making my new granddaughter-to-be her christening gown. I got permission from her mommy (Kim) to go ahead with my plan, which is to make the gown out of my wedding dress. I’ve saved my wedding dress for 32 years now, sealed away in a long box. For what??? I have two sons. Sean didn’t wear the dress for his wedding, and I doubt that Loren will, either! So I’m thinking of using it for the little one’s gown, and there will be enough left over for something special later. Has anyone ever done this before? I need to find a pattern, or at least something I can adapt so that it will be the right 3-6 month size. If you have made a christening gown before, please don’t hesitate to contact me via email or comment to this post.
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