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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

What's up



Just put back up the nested churn dash block.  




Just finished my Stash Buster quilt top which turned out pretty, especially seeing how I didn't have to go out and purchase one piece of fabric for this.


I'm really loving how the Churn Dash block is turning out.
Been wanting to make a yellow and gray quilt for quite a while now, and just thrills me to see how it's coming together.
The pattern shows nine blocks with a sashing and border but I'm not quite sure if that's what  I'm going to use yet or not. Guess I'll just have to wait and see what fancy me.
If you like this pattern go over to  quiltjane for more info and how to get the pattern.

    

6 comments:

  1. Hi Kat, I discovered your blog through Lets Bee Social. I really like your nested churn dash. I added you blog to my blog roll. I look forward to seeing what you are up to!

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  2. Your stash buster top is absolutely stunning! Excellent use of those colours and fabrics. As for the nested churn dash, awesome! Love the yellows and grays together.

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  3. Beautiful quilts. I love your nested churn dash!

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  4. Lovely framed 9-patches in your colourful quilt.

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  5. The nestled Churn Dash block is really popular right now and I really like it! Your color choices are wonderful. Love your stash buster quilt, too.

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  6. Those yellow and grey nested churn dash blocks really caught my eye! Looking forward to following your progress with these! And your stash buster quilt is gorgeous! The dark sashing and cornerstones really add a visual interest. Nice work, Kathleen!

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