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Moving It Forward

By March 11, 2019March 31st, 2020Blog

I’m so thankful for all the pre cutting I’ve done in the past filling project boxes with projects.  I do this mostly so I’ll be ready for each Quilty Hug sew in.  But it’s been a blessing now that my mobility is limited.  Everything is cut and ready for my to just sit and sew.  I may have to do a lot of cutting once I’ve recovered to replenish my project boxes but for now I’m happily sewing.

These little nine patches were in one box.  I had started them.  They are now all sewn.  I then framed them in a happy yellow for the one with orange centers.  

I’m planning orange for the yellow centered ones.  This would have been done but,  I’ve misplaced the orange.  How does that happen.  I didn’t think it was possible to lose BRIGHT ORANGE YARDAGE.  I’ve been using it in more than one project but somehow it is lost.  My neighbor took pity on me when I told her as she was borrowing my 1 1/2″ strip die.  We each have a Go and share dies.  So while she was out she picked me up some more.  Now I’ll be able to finish these cute little blocks and put them into a happy Quilty Hug.

I’ve also been focusing on turning a few of my free pieced quilts into 5″ x 7″ greeting cards.  

 Each card has a blank inside and one of my original free pieced quilts on the front.

 They are currently in my Etsy Shop, just in case you are looking for a fun, unique card to send.

 I did the same thing with 4″ x 6″ postcards.  A fun quilt post card without the work.  Send now.  Frame later.

What fun things are you moving forward?  Link up and let us see your progress.

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7 Comments

  • Karen - Quilts...etc. says:

    glad you had your pre cut projects it sure does help while your foot recovers!

  • For the love of geese says:

    The cards are a very creative idea, I like that. Thank you for the linky party. For the love of geese

  • Gretchen Weaver says:

    You'll find that fabric after you've sashed all the orange center 9 patches. Glad you had projects prepared while you heal!

  • Jen @ de Jong Dream House says:

    I LOVE the idea of using quilts to make cards! Who did you use to print them?

  • Nann says:

    When I had bunion surgery I realized that not showering was only an inconvenience — not driving was a hardship! (And I learned that I could operate my sewing machine with my left foot, though I only did piecing, not quilting.) Hope your healing goes well.

  • Lori says:

    Oh dear, so sorry to hear about your toe! OWWW!!!

  • Shasta Matova says:

    What a great idea for the cards! I'm glad you have friends who can help you while you recover.

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