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Turkey Tracks: July 2016 Quilty Update

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Turkey Tracks:  July 19, 2016

July 2016 Quilty Update

The design wall craziness is getting bigger–which means some projects are close to being finished.

I still have not quilted the blue/neutral quilt on the long arm.

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Amy Friend’s design–“Tell Me A Story” quilt–is ready to have the block papers removed, the blocks sewn together, and the border attached.

You can find this pattern in Amy’s book INTENTIONAL PIECING.

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The block count that four of us are making for a fall “improvisational” quilt that will include blocks from all of us is growing.  Here are some of my recent blocks.  We are each making four blocks of anything–one to keep and three to give away.

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Here’s one of Becca Babb-Brott’s set of blocks.  (She has an Etsy store, “Sew Me A Song.”)  She made these when we sewed on Monday at her house.

How fun are these!!!

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The summer is going by sooooooo fast!!

But I’m SEW HAPPY.

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  1. I love love LOVE this quilt and colors!!! I so want to make one!

    • If you are talking about the “Tell Me A Story” quilt by Amy Friend (you can see her version on her web site “During Quiet Time”), I know what you mean. I had MANY projects going and stopped everything to make this adorable quilt. I tore the paper from the blocks last night, so will begin to sew it together soon. Thanks for reading my blog!

      louisaenright

      July 22, 2016 at 10:33 am


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