Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Tongue Tied Tuesday






18 comments:

  1. Such prettiness! Makes me want to make another log cabin quilt again soon!

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  2. Your log cabin looks great! Linda

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  3. looks awesome and quilt as you go is the way to go!!

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  4. Gorgeous. Loving that red square in the pieced backing.

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  5. Beautiful! I made you two blocks last night, and should be able to mail them tomorrow.

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  6. Alison, I sent you some blocks today. My quilting is not the best I'm afraid, so I hope they'll be okay. Your quilt is wonderful :)

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  7. Beautiful! I had pulled some orphan blocks to quilt up, will that be ok or would you prefer just log cabins?

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  8. Oh I LOVE this! These log cabins are just perfect!

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  9. lovely, so many fabrics to see and and admire in the quilt

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  10. Great quilt and the backing is so interesting too. Are these all your blocks or some that have been donated? They all blend so well together I am guessing you made them all.



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  11. It looks wonderful! I'm afraid I'm struggling to do any sewing at the moment but I will do some...or send a donation to help you out with postage, thread, fabric, etc. xxx

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  12. I have several blocks in progress that will be ready to send soon. But I'm wondering if there's an alternative to mailing a completed quilt to the Netherlands? I live in the southwest U.S. and could mail to Mexico City directly if that is an option.

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  13. Very nice. I still have to get some blocks to you! Been a bit obsessed with knitting by the fireplace lately with this crazy cold weather!

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  14. Hi there, can you send me your address please? I'm in Auckland and will have some blocks for you soon-ish (though probably after your first mail out in early March - is that still okay?). Cheers, Melanie melanie99@gmail.com

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