"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw

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Saturday, February 01, 2014

Six Words and Shadow Shot Sundays February 1-2 2014

 Fabric Evidence    January 31, 2014
Uh oh....up to my eyeballs!
Yep- I'm quilting again...
I had 6 to make- finished one
now have two more to send to
my friend Nancy Stovall-
 Portland's quintessential quilter!
 Just three more to go....
it's not work- it's fun! 


 Log Cabin quilts are so satisfying...


I made a "Big Sister" quilted purse
for Talea. You can see Talea's
quilt here:


This quilt will be for Talea's cousin.
She will be born three weeks
after Talea's brother. 
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To see more Six Words go here:
and for more Shadowy Shots go here:


14 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:51 AM

    I love those warm, sunny colors--they make me hopeful for spring on this cold, cloudy day!
    Such beautiful work!

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  2. Tasty, colorful collection of fabric pieces. You've magicked them into great things, liked the purse especially.

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  3. Matching bag - that was nice of you.
    I like the bright colors as well.

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  4. Love the piles of 'scraps'!!!! Quilt away!

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  5. They look great! And if it's fun too, you're winning! :)

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  6. You do beautiful work. The last time Mrs. C. tried to sew anything she stitched my T-shirt, which she was attempting to repair, to her pants. Poor thing, she tries.

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  7. Anonymous1:03 PM

    Lovely designs and colors.

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  8. Yes,I can see how quilting would be fun. A lot we are up to our eyeballs in unpleasantries.
    Your quilts are very pretty. A lot of Mom's old, old quilts were left at the farm house. The had a lot of wear holes in the so she said to leave them.
    Later Mrs Jim and I went out to try salvaging some but an animal had broken into the house an made a nest.
    Later still, someone, a person or people, broke in and took them all along with a lot of other stuff..
    ..

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  9. So very pretty too. My grandma made these for years and years and I didn't see the importance. I sure wish I had one of hers now.

    Have a fabulous weekend. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

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  10. So pretty! We have a couple of quilts i've had to put away to keep cats from ruining them, but now i want to get them out again.

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  11. I love all the colors in these photos!

    Shadowy Stream

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  12. Lovely colours and designs!

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  13. Anonymous12:59 PM

    What fun fabric - that's what I love about quilting ... it might be the same pattern but the fabrics give it it's individuality. Looking forward to seeing the rest!

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  14. These are gorgeous and bright, Kathe. Love 'em!
    I'm with you on the Google+ thing too :)

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