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This is my recent project, top is finished so far. Have to quilt it.
der Badener Patchworkgruppe “Die Flic-Flacs”
Schloss Tribuswinkel 4. – 6. November 2016
eine bunte Vielfalt an Patchworkarbeiten, Einzelarbeiten
und Gemeinschaftsprojekten, Pölster, Taschen …
genähte Kleinigkeiten, wie Täschchen, Lavendelsäckchen …
Lose für den Verlosungsquilt
Stoffe und PW-Zubehör bei den Verkaufsständen
von Gerlinde Fürstner (Aflenz) und Sabine Knott (Neusiedl)
Verlosung: 6. Nov., 16:30 Uhr
My Granny Square Top is growing slowly. This top is planned to end up 6 rows and 9 columns, giving 54 blocks or rather 108 counting the 9-patches.
So not even half way through. I already joined a part in the lower left corner.
And here is a picture. Yes, my design wall is a green bed sheet.
I’m cutting 2,5″ squares for a swap.
In my scrap box are so many pieces, so I decided to start a granny square project.
Here is the first picture.
This pattern is “Sweet Sixteen” designed by Brenda Dean from Popular Patchwork. It was very easy to sew.
I have to fill the gaps in my “Lots of Dots”. It seems to take me forever to fill these gaps. 25 squares, but it is tricky. I’d better not left them until the end.
What is a gap year? Wikipedia says:
“A gap year is time out to travel between life stages. It is also known as a sabbatical, time off, time out and a year out, referring to a period of time (not necessarily 12 months) in which people disengage from curricular education and/or work and undertake activities such as traveling, volunteering or working abroad.”
This is what I consider to do.
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