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Monday, January 20, 2020

Design Wall Monday - January 20, 2020

The decision has been made on my January UFO.  Thanks for your input.  I am in the process of making small half-square triangles to ring the outside of the cheddar baskets quilt. Here is a picture of the progress on the hsts:



The six quilts that are going into the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Show in February are now ready to be sent to Virginia. This week I finished the hanging sleeves and labels for all of them.  The quilts will be part of an exhibit of reproduction quilts made by The Churn Dashers of Tidewater Virginia.  I am still part of their group even though I no longer live in Virginia.  This exhibit includes several versions of an old quilt owned by one of the members.  I made a larger and a smaller copy:



Another small quilt that I am including in the exhibit is a simple one patch quilt:
I made it for my old Raggedy Andy and Raggedy Ann.  The squares are 1 inch:



Andy has had several repairs as he was much loved while our son was teething. Also Ann has lost her apron, but is in slightly better shape.  Here’s the simple quilt:


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13 comments:

  1. I love those simple doll quilts. They're just beautiful.

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  2. I really like the red & green quilt, both sizes! Happy stitching.

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  3. That's a lot of HSTs! Happy stitching this week.

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  4. Andy has lost his hat as well. I was Raggedy Andy for Halloween one year and my sister was Raggedy Ann.

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  5. Congratulations on having quilts in the show! Will you go to see them? Your Ann and Andy are charming. (My Ann doll is long gone but I have a couple of the books.)

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  6. Great idea for the cheddar HST border! Many people dislike making HSTs but I enjoy them!

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  7. I like them all very nice small quilts. I used to make those dolls for my girls - I wonder what ever happened to them!

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  8. I love your large and small versions of the same quilt. Very inspirational.

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  9. It's going to be wonderful with a hst border. Cant wait to see it. Sadly I do not have anything to link up this week. It will be shared Wednesday during the Winter Blues Blog Hop.

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  10. Hi Judy, those are really great quilts!

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  11. I just love your quilts, Judy! Especially the small ones. I was the lucky recipient of one in Lori's swap a few years ago (indigo - remember?) It still graces my nightstand.

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  12. Very nice quilts! Churn Dashers is a cute name for a guild!

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  13. Those are really fantastci quilts!!! What a great quilt show that will be

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