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Baskets and Flowers

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Jeannette has made this pretty basket and flowers quilt using the Inklingo 6″ basket collection for the basket blocks.

She writes:

“I made this quilt using the 6″ basket block. The baskets were all hand pieced. I made the flower panels and blanket stitched around the flowers by machine. This was a quilt as you go project. I stipple quilted around each basket and echo quilted the full length of each flower panel before joining them together. The quilt measures 50″ x 70″.”

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A lovely close-up of a section of the baskets and flowers quilt.


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Joseph’s Coat


Cathy in TN has been persuaded to show her Joseph’s Coat WIP to us all.
Remember that this collection was issued on June 18th ! so Cathy has been a busy bee 🙂

Cathy writes
I am making a queen-size quilt, about 90 x 110″. So far I have 4 rows, which makes the current piece about 90 x 24″. I am enjoying it so much. This pattern is just a delight to piece.
On the Inklingo Yahoo-group, she told us that she is using the “Summer Breeze” collection by Sentimental Studios for Moda


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Pickled Clamshells


Jeannette from South Australia is (once again !) quietly finishing one beautiful quilt after another. This one with Pickled Clams and Flying Geese.
Jeannette writes :
The Clams are all hand pieced and the Flying Geese are machine pieced. The Geese measure 1.5 x 3″. I used 1.5″ HST from Collection 2 [ed. sold out, but the 1.5″ HST is in the 00B HST collection too] and 4.25″ unprinted squares for the Geese, and 9″ Pickle Clamshells.
I am very happy with the way it all went together. It was easy peasy.

Size of quilt 49.5 x 63″


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Pies and Tarts


Cathy in TN has started a quilt with the brand new Pies and Tarts collection. It’s a collaboration between Linda Franz and Sue Daley. Cathy writes :
I’m sending a pic of my Pies and Tarts progress. Don’t know if I’ll ever geti t square as I just seem to keep adding in random fashion, but I think it’s coming together nicely and is such a pleasure to piece. (I am hand piecing it).
Don’t think it looks much like Pies an Tarts, so I am renaming my quilt ‘Beachballs in the Sand”.

Cathy is hand-piecing, and it looking real good so far, Cathy 🙂


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Winding Ways


Barbara in North Carolina writes :
I am working on a Winding Ways quilt using the 9″ block. I have these 25 blocks finished but need 72 for the quilt. This is not the final arrangement, but I throw the blocks up as I finish them. This is to be a wedding gift for my daughter. She loves Japanese taupes, so I am using those, with a few red and blue punches. My goal is to have the quilt finished so I can take it on the plane to her marriage celebration in May

I have a long way to go, and I may have overestimated what I can accomplish in the time left!

… but it sure is looking great Barbara. Look forward to see the finished project !