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« Let's start our Big Dream projects | Main | More slumped bottles »

January 16, 2015



ooh! I am so trying not to finish 1 start 2!!!!


I love the colors of the backing and your quilting too. I'm still trying to piece a UFO quilt top but then it will have to get in line to go to the machine quilter. No finishes anytime soon for me. I'm so trying not to be enticed into starting a new project!


Your quilt reminds me of my fancy dress ball gowns in high school and college. My Mom sewed all my clothes -even the gowns. She always used simple patterns and gorgeous fabric.
Thanks for the reminder.


I like the quilting in the Crossroads quilt. I still have to quilt mine.

Tina in NJ

I love Batik Crossroads, especially the way it glows from the center out.

Gene Black

I love it.. Are my eyes deceiving me or is it a sort of colorwash design the way you did it?

Mary Anne

LOL - finish one and start two - oh yeah, how I identify with that!!

Virtual Quilter

Just try and stick with just two starts to one finish!

Katie Z.

I love the finished quilt, and the new ones look fun.

Vicki in MN

Love the Batik quilt and the quilting is simple and effective, a win win!

Bonnie in Va

Lovely Batik Crossroads. It is simple but very effective. Nice finish. And, I should steal your idea of getting several backings put together in advance. I have way too many quilt tops awaiting quilting because I don't have backings ready. Sigh. On the other hand I have 3 UFOs I'm working on now. I hope to have some top finishes at the end of this weekend.

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