LeannM

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  1. Thank you for the compliment quiltinforever!
  2. When I heard the news I contacted the magazine. I had a quilt featured in it in 2015 and asked for the same number of copies of that magazine issue as were left on my subscription. I wonder if some who have subscription left would ask if they could get older issues they don't have to fulfill their paid subscriptions?
  3. Well, I don't know about being as good as a computer, but thank you for the lovely compliment!
  4. Millie and I finally finished this queen size quilt for OUR bed! Completely free motion without the use of computers is how I work.....I've dubbed it "Flight Path" because of all those flying geese!!!! Sew happy!
  5. Thanks, Cagey. The white area is not a panto it is freehanded.
  6. I finished this quilt recently for a client. She absolutely loved the way it turned out. It's great when the pieces fall together and the client celebrates the job with you!!!
  7. Swirls and feathers to make the stars dance! What a pretty quilt. Those white spaces are all the invitation I would need to insert a cute quilting design!
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    Spot On!

    Lovely! Can't wait to see it up close and personal!
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    Log cabin quilt

    This is gorgeous! Such a great job! I really like this one.
  10. What a gorgeous job! You certainly made the quilt sing!
  11. Thanks for your lovely comments, Everyone. This was a fun project and such a test for my creativity! Always my goal to just have fun.
  12. I challenged myself to come up with a music quilt celebrating my 40 years of music ministry in church and parochial schools that was modern in nature and a bit out of my box. Here is what I came up with. Had lots of fun using templates and using free motion to create movement in the negative spaces.
  13. I like Lynn's idea of SID for the stripes. What might be good would be a circle at each intersection of the stripes, and then straight line outline quilting in each of the triangles about a quarter inch apart.
  14. This is awesome! What great memories for you to treasure. You did a wonderful job, especially with the secondary patterns.