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Liberty Collection - a Few Finishes and Quick Makes
No blogging for me for a while as, due to a friend's illness, I have been busy and occupied elsewhere for much of my time so I turned to small UFOs when ever I had a few spare minutes. I made a doll quilt set from scraps of pastel Liberty Tana Lawn, my favo...

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Many Makes for May
Above, Brenda's blue cushion with lots of detailed embroidered quilting Mo made a perfect trio for her daughter. Caroline chose Thomas the Tank for her grandson Lots of lovelies from Lorna and other members. Sorry I cannot recall all the names. Great use of...

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More March Makes
Irene completed this stunning, vibrant bed runner in shades of purple with Kaffe Fassett fabric for the backing. This handy case, made by Pat Mc, will make a super sewing case or toiletries travel bag. Margaret M found her panel and made a stylish table run...

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Showers of Makes for April
Josie finished her magnificent Kaffe Fassett fabric quilt... We had a flood of fabulous cushions in for our tombola stall at our July show. Two table runners More handy tote bags A set of nifty bags Above a couple of carrier bag caddies and, below, Fun Stre...

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Easy Peasy Patchwork Bag and a Scrap Quilt
Almost three years ago, my DD2 treated me to some fabulous Kaffe Fassett fabric to make a quilt just for myself. It is always hard to cut into any special gorgeous treasured fabric and I stroked it and drooled over it from time to time but recently I decide...

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I love Liberty fabrics and enjoyed your post with all the hints and tips. I am lucky to be only an hour's drive away from the mill where it is printed, here in the North of England, so I can buy it for a fraction of the retail price. Tana Lawn is a joy to work with and the fine designs all blend beautifully. 

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Spring is Sprung
It's time for a smile and after popping in on Annie's Friday Smile over at astitchintime I realised that I needed one to cheer myself so I ventured out before my breakfast to wander around our garden on this sunny morning.  It has been a bit pressured latel...

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Patchwork Clocks, Apron & Cushions
With all the hospital visiting I have been doing lately, with family and friends in different hospitals,  I haven't had time or patience to concentrate on a major quilting project so I've been making small items in preparation for my quilt group's Summer Sh...

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More Marvellous March Makes!
It's all happening! We have booked our exhibition for July, sent off advance notices to magazines and the Quilters Guild so now we are really pulling out all the stops to make items to exhibit, or for our sales table and the tombola.  It's really exciting t...

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Patchwork Nightmare Produces a Cushion
I am in the middle of so many makes but I still made the  mistake of taking on a group project last week.  Most of my quilt group have joined a "block of the week" project and asked me to participate. Just one block a week, I thought, OK, no problem, I'll b...
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