Friday, July 8, 2011

Infinite Variety

Here I am at my yearly sewathon working on my commemorative red and white quilt.  Pretty exciting sewing...... NOT!

 Here I am at my computer putzing around and I told Bonnie & Randy they weren't doing a very good job of keeping me focused.
I have 19 blocks made...only 80 to go!!

Quilt show tomorrow!! Woo Hoo!!

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  1. Those look like awfully long stripes you are sewing together. Tricky to keep them straight.
    I cannot wait to see what you are seeing!

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  2. Wow! Straight as an arrow! Will you share your secret??


    Have a great weekend.

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  3. Looks like you're off to a great start. Hope the rest of them go quickly for you.

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  4. Bonnie and Randy get a great big FAIL, don't they!

    Keep at it, Lori, you'll get there. I know you have been in marathons before :)

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  5. Come on Lori- focus on the end result! Love your new banner and your stripes look straight as a die to me!

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  6. Ah ... now you got me curious ... Excellent straight lines ... maybe some strip piecing? Oooh ... the suspense ...

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  7. I've been watching and waiting for attendees of the NY red/white quilt show to make red/white quilts. I haven't seen very many so far.
    Yours is looking very precise. You must be focusing more than you're letting on.

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  8. Those strips remind me of Hwy 197! long and straight!! Quilt show in 10 hours! Woohoo indeed!

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  9. Two colour quilt sewing is so boring I know, But it will be worth it when it's finished. Can't wait to see it done !

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  10. Can't wait to see what your doing with this one. Keep focused cause we want to see.

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  11. Looking forward to seeing what infinite treat these strips become.

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  12. Keep going, girl - we all want to see more!

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  13. Keep going, girl - we all want to see more!

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  14. They may not be keeping you focused but I bet you are having a blast. Wish I were there. Hugs

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  15. That's the drawback to a two color quilt (even more so when it is two fabric also), they are b-o-r-i-n-g to stitch. The end result is usually pretty magnificent but you must be super good dealing with delayed gratification. I am not. I have two red and white projects started after the show and abandoned already. I know you can do better than me!

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  16. Looking good. The important thing is to have fun. Enjoy!.

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  17. Great start to this project! I'm going to make the R&W my next new start. I have to finish my pink/white one first, blocks made, now to piece the top! Hope you have a great day at the show. My friend is going, I called her yesterday and told her to pick me up on the way heheh. I threatened that next year I'm going to make the trek!

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  18. Sewing with friends is the best time to do boring sewing. Chatting and laughing - time goes by fast. I look forward to seeing what you're making!!

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  19. Hope you got lots done. So enjoyed the show and our short visits. I have so many ideas for quilts that I need to make now.

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  20. How big is this quilt going to be?

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  21. Hang in there. The result will be worth it.

    Donna K. from N. TX @ http://www.quiltingbeargal.blogspot.com

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