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« Customer projects | Main | January Color Palette Challenge »

December 31, 2011



all are so very unique!

Becky in VA

Wow - seeing all your journal quilts together is very impressive!

Sandy Jandik

Congratulations. It was fun and we learned a lot. Thanks for hosting it.

Sharon MLS

Fun looking at all your journals of the year. Happy 2012 New Year!


What a spectacular finish! I have four more to go. I decided that because I started late, I'd let myself finish late. And thanks for hosting the challenge...I got more out of it than I can articulate. Happy New Year.

Debbie St. Germain

All wonderful pieces, I like the idea of making small art pieces, I need to sew and learn, so small is best for now.



I love the one with the silk scraps. Good for you, completing the whole year. I didn't even make it half way but I'm glad I participated.


I don't blame you, a journal quilt per week a is a big commitment I've enjoyed seeing them but I'm sure you'll work on other fun stuff in 2012.

Hooray! This is quite an achievement! That's a lotta art!


This is so wonderful, congratulations on getting to the finish. I love the idea of seeing an entire year's journals all together. I wonder . . . could I try this? Your creativity is so inspiring.


Wow, congratulations on a great year! Fun quilts - the shibori scraps, your rooster/eggs and Happy New Year!


It has been fun reading your post through the year and seeing your journal quilts. Seeing all of them together really makes a statement about what a commitment it was to do each week. Whew!
I enjoy your blog in so many ways. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and skills.


It's been inspiring to see your journals each week...I will miss it from your blog.


Love the shibori journal quilt! Love seeing all your journal quilts displayed together. You are so very creative! Happy New Year!


Another comment...the other day, I was looking at some photos of meteor showers. They were all cool shots, but one of them really stood out for me, and I thought, gee, this would make a great quilt. As I was looking at all your journal quilts, the one above the rooster quilt looks very similar to the image I had forged in my mind of how the quilt would look!


Knowing my attention span and my time constraints, I decided to do a monthly journal quilt. I did great for the first 5 months and then .. nothing. So I have decided to combine the monthly journal quilt with the color pallet you are doing with Judy L and that way, hopefully, I will complete the two challenges this year. I have printed the colors and will be pulling fabric this afternoon.

Cindy Is Crafty

The first one is really cool! I love teh intense colors of it!

Susan Elliott

Wow! Congratulations. That's a huge accomplishment and they look really great all hung together like that.

I'm doing the CQ journal project so I'm hoping mine comes out as well as yours! I've never made a full quilt in my life so fingers crossed....Happy New Year, Vicki. I hope lots of bluebirds nest in your boxes!!

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