Friday, March 16, 2018

Update: Lincoln Museum Quilt

I hope you aren't getting too bored seeing this quilt! I'm over half way done and I think all the 16 patches are complete. Most of the stars are cut out. Just need to find a block of time to sew. They seem few and far between these days.


 I'm heading into Portland today to spend some time with my daughter planning our trip. It will be here before we know it! We are getting so excited.
And my Instagram for the week.

It's going to be a wonderful weekend. Enjoy it!



11 comments:

  1. I never tire of this quilt. The more I see of it, the more I wish I was making it.
    Wow--looks like you are set to have some more travel adventures! When do you go?

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  2. I love this quilt, Lori. When you first posted photos I thought about making it and the more I see it, the more I want to make one. How exciting to be planning such a trip. You'll have so many wonderful memories!

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  3. Love this quilt. I m enjoying seeing your progress.

    lizzy

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  4. I still enjoy seeing the progress on the quilt. I definitely like the plaids. And the travel brochures make me very envious!! I love to travel, but my husband does not enjoy it. So mostly we don't go anywhere interesting unless he has to go for business.

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  5. That is a going to be a beautiful quilt, love the simple design and homespuns.
    Your trip sounds wonderful.

    Debbie

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  6. Never bored to asmire your blocks !!
    I love a lot Italy...I think it's my favourite country..
    I visited it lots of time and never tired too !

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  7. LOVE the homespun quilt!! it's really nice!
    And Italy in May will be fabulous! I loved Italy! I'm sure you and Rene will have a blast!

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  8. My blocks are still on the wall, waiting for spring break maybe? Italy is going to be such an adventure

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  9. Your trip to Italy sounds so exciting! Mother daughter time: Priceless!
    How many days will you get to explore this beautiful country? I've been lucky
    enough to go many times and have never been disappointed in anyway, food, people,
    sites, history, and glorious vistas .....so memorable! Happy planning

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  10. I wish I could make a quilt like this! It’s just “bellissimo”.
    Your trip to my wonderful country will be memorable,I’m sure you will enjoy your time here!

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