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Friday, March 29, 2013

Working on Two Charity Challenges!

Hello Friends,
We are getting ready for Easter. Our son, daughter in law and newest grandson are coming over!!!!  We're going to have porcupine meatballs, baked potatoes and carrots (in honor of the bunny).  Maybe we'll partake on the patio...  rain is predicted... but you know how the weatherman is usually wrong.

Anyway, I have the flimsy done for the palms quilt I've been working on.  I'd show it off, but it needs ironing. I do have some pictures to share.

Sneak peek: one of my UFOs is going to be a quilt for the Hands 2 Help Charity Quilt Challenge (see the side bar for the beam over button - quilts donated all go to charity. (Join in by Sat. (tomorrow) to get in on the giveaway!) It is my favorite charity! They give quilts to a wide range of people... I like that.)  Here's a sampling of my UFO.

I've had it squirreled away for almost a decade. Time to make it into something!
 
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And the Fandom in Stitches Project of Doom Charity I thought I was too busy to join in will be getting at least 2 blocks. It's a Harry Potter thing, so you know I couldn't stay away. See the button at the right if you'd like to make a few blocks. One winner gets the blocks or a quilt, (unsure about that part) and the rest of the blocks are going into Project Linus quilts. That's a worthy charity, too.

So far I've made one cauldron brewing Felix Felicis (the good luck potion). The other pattern will be Hedwig. She's going to be hard to make,  the background has to be white and she is white. Dilemma!
 
Sew that is all for me today. Wishing you all a Happy Easter, or a wonderful spring break, or both!
 
Edit:  Linking up at So Scrappy to show off some orange. Also, Confessions of a Fabric Addict and A Creative Princess where I'm # 148, I think. Check them out, there's lots of creative things to see.
 
Hugs
Terri


4 comments:

  1. The Hands2Help Charity Challenge is exciting. Can't believe it's that time of the year again. Beautiful fabric in that UFO.
    Looking forward to a picture of your palms quilt top.
    This is definitely one of my favorite HP blocks!

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  2. Happy Easter to you too, Terri; enjoy your time with your family!

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  3. Ha! I figured you'd make a block. I'm doing blocks #5 & #10. Enjoy your Easter time with your family. My son will head back to his school before we head to church. Gotta ask, what are porcupine meatballs? Made with porcupine? Hubby's uncle cooked with lots of different types of critters (coon, squirrel, didn't like skunk, etc).

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  4. Happy Easter! Have fun with your family.

    Good luck finishing the UFO. The Potter cauldron looks fab.

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