Sunday, January 10, 2010

Are You Ready for Some Football?!

Hubby picked up FIL and they watched 6+hours of football today. That meant I was able to get in a lot of sewing time. Woo-Hoo!!



I got this top designed by Lynda finished! That's all I want to say about that!!

I'll have to do a bit of clean up then onto the next project for the quilt shop. I'm making a sample for myself first and I'm looking forward to it.

Because step 2 on the Cheddar Cheese quilt was easy, what do you think about me posting the final part earlier then Friday? I've already seen some quilt tops done!! I can't wait to see more. I'm hoping to get mine basted this week.



28 comments:

  1. I am hand-quilting on my cheddar & crackers. I needed to have it ready for a trip, so I figured out the next step. THANK YOU so very much! I ~love~ it.

    Lucy (in IN)

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  2. I love the triangles. Simple beauty. Brandie

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  3. I've got step 2 done so bring on step 3! :0) I'm loving it.

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  4. Ready for step 3, please post asap!

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  5. I love so much this quilt,can't wait & I figured out the next step !
    Thank you so much for your clear explanations. Hugs from France.

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  6. I am enjoying the Cheddar quilt, and step 3 coming sooner will spur me on to do step 2!
    I love the new header. I have been working on a quilt in that pattern. Love it!

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  7. Lori I just love your header quilt. It truly looks humble and unique like a quilt should be.
    The colors on the quilt you finished are lovely.

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  8. Your Lynda quilt is just wonderful! You did a fantastic job on it.

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  9. love the quilt, you don't need to say anything else!
    Kathie

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  10. Great quilt....yeah a finish!

    I may have to jump on the cheddar & crackers bandwagon after all. Loving the quilts I'm seeing.

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  11. I picked my fabrics yesterday, except for the light background... I'll need to purchase that. I'll be starting this week. It's a cute little quilt. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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  12. Hi Lori -
    Your new top is really wonderful!
    I started my doll quilt yesterday and put a link on my blog today.
    So how many are quilting along?
    So fun!!
    barb

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  13. Don't you love it when the husband has a busy weekend? Mine just bought cross country skis and I got two days of sewing!

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  14. I am loving my little Cheddar & Cracker blocks. I was waiting for my cheddar fabric, it arrived, and I got started on my blocks. I am moving slowly, but at least I am moving. So, go ahead and post Step 3. Thank you for posting this little quilt. It has inspired me!

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  15. What a nice, soft quilt! Just was looking at Fun With Barb and Mary, and she posted 60 degree diamond quilts, too. What a treat!
    I'm pokey with the cheddar quilt, but post away!

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  16. Love that pretty little border!

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  17. What a beautiful top that is. Such nice piecing. I'm game for the next step. I'm not ready but I'm definitely game.

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  18. Juat as soon as I fix up my little projects, I'm into the cheddar quilt. The top that's finished is great, a finish always is.

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  19. What a nice way to spend the day - wish my DH liked football. Hope to do some more cheddar and crackers tomorrow.

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  20. Uninterrupted quilting time is the BEST part about football *s*


    Love the banner pic!

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  21. Simply - it's beautiful.

    I get alot of sewing when football is on as well. BUT - it's because I listen to it in my sewing room as I'm sewing and if there's a BIG play, there's always "replay".

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  22. I am ready too, just finished part two. This has been so much fun! I am waiting...but I think I know how to do it. This has been hard for me, which is a great thing, learning is good!

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  23. Your top is lovely ... and I just love the quilt in your header!

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  24. This quilt is beautiful Lori. You're so quick in getting them done. I'm so impressed.
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  25. This is beautiful. I really have to get back to my quilting :)

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  26. I like the addition of applique on this smaller size quilt!

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  27. You are very talented woman. I love all your quilts, simply Fab!!!

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