Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Weekend Progress

I actually was able to get a little sewing done this weekend. Both baby quilts are ready to wrap! A name just needs to be added to the labels when the babies are born. Should I send a fabric marker along with the long distance one so they can add it with the same pen I used? Or should I just make a note in the card to write in baby's name in the blank space?


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I first saw this block on Karen's blog. Linen Closet Quilts is doing a BOM. I've never met an eagle block that I didn't want to make! It sure looks like my needle turn applique needs a bit of practice

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful quilts love them. I would send a pen along so it all matches. Nice feeling to have them done I am sure.

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  2. Such darling baby quilts!

    Word Verification: enimbor -- an exclamation made when casting a spell to cause retching

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  3. The eagle applique had lots of little curvy things to do. Took more time than I thought it would but I am happy with the result. I am happy that you decided to make one.

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  4. Sure like your baby quilts, and I don't see any room for improvement on your applique! Eagles are one of my favorites, too.

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  5. Are you kidding, your applique looks wonderful! Excellent job on the baby quilts, I say send the pens in a plastic bag., that way you know that they'll not use something that may run.

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  6. The baby quilts are wonderful. I'd send the marking pen along. As others have said, you will know the added name will be run-proof. And I think your eagle is perfect.

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