Monthly Archives: November 2011


We had such fun today!  First Mary Cargill and Diane Rode Schneck came over.   Then my mom, Nell Semel (with whom I have done every quilt I’ve ever finished) and Renee Fields stopped by and added several hours of … Continue reading

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I’ve quilted half the columns in the ditch and the more I can do, the better it will look.  Tomorrow I’ll lay it out on the dining room table and get some handquilting in.  Please feel free to stop by … Continue reading

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Basting, basting, basting…

But not a turkey!  Happily, my lovely neighbor, Roz, brought me leftovers from her son and daughter-in-law’s feast.  Totally delicious, gluten-free, and way easier than making a Thanksgiving meal for myself. So, the layers are almost entirely basted.  My knees … Continue reading

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The Corner Kites, up close

I haven’t done a post with the kites up close yet, so here they are.   You  may click the photos to see them larger.

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Happy Thanksgiving!!

Here we are, all sewn together: You may be able to see that I haven’t sewn in the lower right kite (in the top left of this picture) because Diane and I are still working on the redwork embroidery.  We’re … Continue reading

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So far…

Am just starting to attach the borders/kites.  Here are the elements laid out next to each other on the floor:      

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Welcome to My Table

Dining room table, that is:

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Quilt top done, except for the kites and triangles.  Here it is, held up by two mysterious men (whose bedhead and sleepy faces were not ready for their close-up).  I’m bringing it to DJ class tomorrow night and, hopefully, Friday … Continue reading

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