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Sunday, February 15, 2015

Almost a Flimsy

I've got a few more blocks in the works. I want one more column. You know how quilts shrink once you sew the blocks together... all that pesky seam allowance.  Here is how the design wall looks now.

Showing this at Sweet 16 headquarters today and tomorrow on Design Wall Monday, go to Patchwork Times by Judy L. I thought she had a button, but NO.
 
Have a lovely, quilty week.
Hugs,
Terri
 
 

17 comments:

  1. Really nice quilt, Terri. Loving those pops of pink scattered throughout...hugs, Julierose

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  2. I love it, Terri. Yes. And it shrinks again after a go in the washer and dryer. In a good way : )

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  3. Looking great. I loved making this quilt pattern when I did a couple years ago. It was fun!

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  4. Goodnight Irene is a great scrap buster. Yours is very pretty.

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  5. I do love a Good Night Irene quilt! Yours is coming along beautifully!

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  6. Love it! Also LoVE your header quilt!
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  7. Looking good! Such beautiful colours. I can just see it on a bed in an Enid Blyton film.

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  8. Looking Fabulous ! It has such a vintage vibe.

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  9. Such a great scrappy project. Thanks for sharing on Oh Scrap!

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  10. yes....the blocks shrink! Thanks for linking up! ;)

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  11. I love it!!! So bright and colorful!

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  12. Such a scrappy delight! and it's a very effective pattern visually, how big are your blocks? Linda

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  13. I love your 16 patch blocks! Thanks for the link to the quilt along. I didn't kno about that one, and I definitely want to try something with those blocks!

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  14. What a great quilt! You know me...I love scrappy!

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  15. What a great design to use up all those left over scraps or fabrics from another past LOL. It looks so fresh and bright. Cheers Glenda

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  16. My Goodnight Irene from Terry's Treasures sew along is sadly still waiting to be sandwiched and finished.

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