Quilt ADD in therapy

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Colorado, United States
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

Sunday, July 17, 2011

BOMs AWAY Monday 10 - and a HST tip


Welcome to my Link-Up for BOMs Away Mondays! 
(We'd love to see the BOM you're working on lately.)

Well, I suppose it's a good thing I started BOM's AWAY Mondays, because otherwise I'd ignore all my BOMs again this week. I'm just so sick of them still and would rather only work on more UFO finishes.  

However! I got back on schedule with the first 4 July BOMs.

First I did my Swap Adventure block for Sandi in Oklahoma. I loved this one!

Next I did the two BOMs that are already cut out: 


Wild Rose Cottage (my favorite of the pieced BOMs right now)

And last I did the July block in triplicate for my local guild's BOM project. (One block for my 2011 quilt, one for turning in for the monthly drawing, and one for a Quilt of Valor.)

Siggy for July (spun around by Blogger) I think I'll quilt Hancock's sig in it.  :D

And that's all for this week.

But I do have to say that this is my all-time favorite way to make HST's:

(print it out free ahttp://www.quiltingandwhatnot.ca/Half-Square-Triangle.html - just make sure your printer is set for 100% size)

What you see on the back after stitching on the dotted lines:

soooo easy!

Don't need a whole sheet's worth? Just cut off a row and do that many:

Cut apart on the solid lines, fold, peel the paper, press open.  Lots of HST's in a fraction of the time.   :D    (I get great results with plain printer paper - recycled previous printouts, even - using a slighter tighter tension and smaller stitches.)


What interval project have you got going? Weeklies are welcome along with regular projects that you’ve broken into monthly units, and –of course- true BOMs.   Share your eye candy and show off your progress since the last time you linked up! There are some wonderful monthly and weekly projects going on out there. You guys amaze me. :D


  1. You've been busy! Great job!

  2. O!! I LUV your Wild Rose BOM too! What fabrics are those? Are they still available? =)

    HSTs and Triangles on a roll are one of theeeee best inventions. Too bad I didn't think of them...=P

    =) new follower =)

  3. Busy lady!!! I love the Halloween cat! You've made some great blocks!
    Thanks for HST tip. Kewl!

  4. You have gotten a lot done. Isn't that eagle that Miriam finished so beautiful? wow!

  5. Wow love your blocks. I really like the one under the cat block, Is there anyhwere I can find the directions for that block?


  6. Just found your blog!!You make such beautiful quilt blocks!!

  7. Sorry, my English language es very basic. I do not understand wich is the idea. I am not understanding what do you want.
    Thank for your visit to my blog.

  8. You have been very busy Lyn and your blocks are really lovely :) very perfect :) hugs Vicki x

  9. Love your blocks! You are so productive!! :)

  10. Thanks for the invite to link up. You've made some beautiful blocks this month.

  11. Hi lyn,is great the making of the HSTs with the templates, it tooks me a while to understand the instructions but after that i realize how fast and easy was thanks


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