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Other than my family, the passion of my life is quilting. An eclectic, I love a wide variety of styles and techniques encompassing both machine and hand work. I am a longarm quilter who can work for you. I enjoy any style, from pantographs to all-over to full custom, ranging from traditional to modern. I love bringing vintage tops to life and am willing to work with a challenging quilt top. Instagram: lyncc_quilts

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

WIP - a NewFO: Kashmir

So. . . I finished the quilt top on my last WIP post (pics Friday). Onward!

Can't get to any more UFO's, as they're stuck in Deep Storage for at least the next 10 days. Can't wait that long to get going with something, especially with the kids all disappearing again this week!

Plus, Monday was my birthday (woohoo!) and the quilt shop has a great birthday incentive. . . So. . .

Here is my August NewFO: a Jinny Beyer quilt kit that positively GLOWS in real life.


Papers printed and prepped (I left the extra bit untrimmed on the one set so I'd be able to tell the different at a glance), templates made.

Mostly cut out! (but not the fussy-cutting border print, which I just cannot tackle having only a low coffee table to cut on right now)

Even organized already in a cute boot box.  :)

And. . . . .  The next set of Jane fabs is ready to go!

But SADLY (although most importantly), the next semester in my quest for a Masters in History is now officially a WIP. This week's work is:


This is my last semester of regular courses - I'll be starting my thesis in January. >Whoa<


Go ahead and check out what the others are up to at WIP Wednesday - there's some great eye candy and inspiration out there!


  1. Ha, a fellow Masters student (but in Education) who is actually supposed to be studying now but is instead commenting on WIP Wednesday posts...

  2. Is it bad that those books actually look really interesting? ;) Happy birthday, and a great present already ready to go! I'm still making my list for my birthday shopping incentive.

  3. LOVE that new Kashmir kit! Can't wait to see how it all turns out!
    Good Luck with your work load this semester - hope you breeze thru it!

  4. Love, love love that quilt!!! And the Tudor era is one of my favourite periods in history.

  5. Love the newFO! What well you be doing with those bright fabrics? And good luck with the courses!!!

  6. Gorgeous fabrics! I look forward to seeing your quilt all assembled. Great idea on leaving the tab on the one side.

  7. WOW! Can't wait to see your progress!!!!

  8. Your quilt be awesome in those fabrics!

  9. The Jenny Byers quilt looks fun and the colors are wonderful.
    Have a great day.
    Always, Queenie

  10. Love your paper piecing! Thanks for linking up with WIP Wednesday.

  11. you are super busy!
    Happy Happy Birthday, that pattern is Wonderful!
    I cannot wait to see what you create with it.

  12. I love the quilt and the fabrics. It looks gorgeous.

  13. Your WIPs are beautiful!! Good luck this semester!

  14. Hi...you won the giveaway from Fort Worth Fabric Studio on my blog, A Quilting Life...please e-mail with your shipping address!


  15. Happy Birthday!
    Great new quilt, love the colours and well impressed with all the other stuff you have going on.

  16. What a pretty quilt. Jinny Beyer projects are often too dark for my taste, but I like the looks of this one. It does appear to glow. Thanks for linking up.


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