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

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

WIP peeks


TV-time hand stitching

Jane rows E-F-G

#2 - 1/4" sashing in progress
Heather's working on a pirate ship

And Scott's working on a biplane



24 comments:

  1. You must be watching the olympics?
    Interesting hand stitching........

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  2. Very impressive WIPs! Love your color selections on all!

    LaDonna

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  3. I love your Dear Janes. I made some blocks in really bright prints too.

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  4. Love the bright colors of your Janes--going to be so pretty when you're finished!

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  5. All the colors in your quilts are wonderful!!

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  6. You have some beautiful WIP's!

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  7. Those dear jane blocks are beautiful!

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  8. Those Dear Jane blocks are lovely!!! I love the colors!

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  9. You've accomplished a LOT!
    All of your blocks are awesome!

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  10. You have an incredible eye for coordinating fabric. All of those projects are beautiful!

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  11. I love the Jane blocks! The colors are so cheery :) Thanks for visiting my blog- come often!

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  12. I so want to do a Dear Jane! What bright beautiful colors you've picked. Thanks for you WIP Weds. comment on my blog! : )

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  13. Those Jane blocks are so tiny. What a great project. I am so impressed that you are tackling the Hawaiian appliqué .

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  14. Beautiful Jane blocks - I love the colours!

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  15. I see that you are using the method of basting on the stitching line for your applique and you do a splendid job of that as well! I've always been fearful that this method takes too much time - essentially stitching it 2X's but I see your results are fantastic. It may be time for me to re-think my process. Did you trace on the backside or do this all over a light box?

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  16. Wow! So much beautiful work going on while you watch tv. Your hand work is exquisite.

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  17. Your blocks are all just gorgeous!!! I also love all styles of quilting, but anything with handwork is my favorite. Yours are all beautiful!

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  18. Oh how beautiful blocks E-G are. Beautiful colors, so bright and cheerful. What a lovely quilt it will be. Thank you for the wonderful comments on my blog too. Wishing you a happy quilting day,
    Angela

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  19. I need to look into this Dear Jane project, it look interesting! Gorgeous, too! And 1/4" sashing? Fun!!

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  20. I love what you've chosen for your Dear Jan. It's looking just great!

    I remember seeing Hawaiian quilts at an art show and they were spectacular. Your block is wonderful in the fabric that you've chosen!

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  21. Lovely Dear Janes coming there.. and 1/4 shashing? neat! have fun!

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  22. Oh, Wow! Is that going to be an impressive piece of applique. Thanks for linking to Applique Thursday and sharing your eye candy.

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