Quilt ADD in therapy

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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, October 19, 2011

WIP - Gandalf

I caved!!!

Oh, no! I tried so hard. I lasted 2 weeks, but once Barbara posted hers on BOMs Away, the end of resolve began. I just can't fight it anymore.  ;D  For once, I'm going to do a BOM with everyone else instead of two years later.

The Tolkien nerd in me just couldn't resist. This is a free BOM over at Fandom Stitches.

Also got 2 Baby Janes finished. They're not this dark - can't get the fabrics shot accurately.

Celebrate Christmas Quilt-Along and Super Deals for Quilters

And. . .   I'm working up my block design for The Celebrate Christmas Quilt-along.  Have you seen the program yet? Fun stuff over there! I'm up on November 1st, so you won't get anymore peeks until then. :D

Guess I had to take a break from the intensity of "Listen," but the goal is to get the green-blue arcs pieced for next Wednesday.


A big "Thank you!" to Lee at Freshly Pieced for hosting WIP Wednesdays and to Esther at Esther's Blog for hosting WOW.
It really keeps me motivated to keep those UFOs going! (Go check out what everyone else is doing - there are some really neat projects out there!)

Also, Check out my BOMs AWAY Mondays regular link-up.  

This week's stats: 

New Projects – 1  (No! Bad Girl! But my family sure is going to love it!)
Completed Projects This Week -  0  
In Active Progress - 1    (Listen with Your Eyes, There and Back Again goes on the BOM list)
UFO Firing Range - 31.333          
Finishes for 2011 - 24  

Completed tops awaiting quilting:
One charity wheelchair quilt
Center of Marissa’s Moment of Freakishness
Marissa’s Moment Pillowcase panel
Dreamy Unicorns
Wagon Wheels West #2
Be Attitudes
We Love Kelly
Devon's Silk Spinners
Kelly's Thirties Hand Quilter
Kelly's Calico
Poor Forgotten Orphan from 15 Years Ago 


  1. I'm so excited to see your Hobbit blocks! I have never tried paper piecing but I would like to try this if I get the chance :)

  2. Don't chastise yourself. Now you are just like the rest of us. Too many projects on the go and still only 24 hours in the day.

  3. Good luck with your bom. It's looking good!

  4. You made me laugh...I printed up the Gandalf block...it's so different. It is contagious to see what others are doing...but so far that is a good thing. Can't wait to see yours.

  5. Wow, Gandalf! I'm contemplating joining this- only one block a month, right? Seems like I could do it... Anyway, I figured out how to link my post (second thumbnail, of course!). Keep up the good work.

  6. Hi Lyn, just joined There and back again. I'm really bad at foundation piecing hope there's enough fabric out there to cover my mistakes! Look forward to stitching along with you. Chrisb.

  7. Wow, you've got a lot on the go, Lynette! I can't wait see the Gandalf block. i'm a big Tolkien fan too so I'll have to check out that site. Very fun!

  8. Good paper piecing sewing and the BOM is adorable.Looking forward to see your progress.


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