Friday, December 29, 2017

Last Friday Post of 2017!

 I got the nicest email from Betsy K sharing her Cheddar Cheese and Crackers quilt. It's lovely! (It was published in Primitive Quilts magazine)
 She made one more celebrating her husband's ancestors. In the center blocks she wrote some of their names. So unique and fun! Thanks for sharing Betsy!!
I made 2 more blocks at lunch today! If I was smart I'd do all the cutting first, 
but I don't like working that way. For now I'll work on it a little at a time

Here's my Instagram feed for the past week. I'm ready to ring in the new year! What about you?

Have a safe and happy weekend- I'll be back Monday for the first installment of Sweet Land of Liberty designed by Cheri Payne.


16 comments:

  1. Moving right along, looking great. Have a Happy New Year.

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  2. We will be heading home on Jan 2 - I can't wait! It's fun to travel, but will be so good to get back home and get life back to normal. I won't be participating in your QAL, but, who knows? I may decide to make it later - like I did with the Flags of the Revolution quilt. Happy New year!

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  3. Love those quilts !!
    Happy new year Lori !
    Big hugs from France :)

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  4. Happy New Year! I can hardly wait to change the Calendar. Farewell to the year 2017. Good to use up scraps and cut as you need for each block. Less chance of losing parts.

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  5. Happy New Year Lori! Jane's quilt looks so fun!

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  6. Cheddar Cheese and Crackers was a SAL before I found your blog, I believe. I really like that one, and I did get the magazine so I could make it someday.
    The ancestor quilt is a fun idea.
    So tempting to join in doing the Lincoln quilt, but I am resisting!

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  7. love those lincoln blocks! happy new year!

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  8. If I had plaids, I'd make a small quilt out of the Lincoln blocks. The quilts shared are beautiful.

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  9. Lovely quilts, and your Lincoln’s blocks are beautiful. I’m not sure if I want to join on making Sweet Land of Liberty, it is very hard to find the right fabrics. , maybe I’ll make a little quilt from the Lincoln’s block.
    Happy new year, from Sicily,
    God bless!
    Rina.

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  10. Lovely quilts, and your Lincoln’s blocks are beautiful. I’m not sure if I want to join on making Sweet Land of Liberty, it is very hard to find the right fabrics. , maybe I’ll make a little quilt from the Lincoln’s block.
    Happy new year, from Sicily,
    God bless!
    Rina.

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  11. Still can't believe we're winding down the end of the year! Your plaid quilt is going to look so good. There's just something about working with that sort of fabric that just feels wonderful!

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  12. Though most of my Sweet Land of Liberty quilt is done, I look forward to seeing what the participants come up with for their quilts.

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  13. Happy New Year to you. I hope 2018 will give us a chance to get together again.

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  14. Wonderful quilts and Happy New Year, Lori! Thanks for all you do!

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