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TTMT #29 Quilt Retreat and Advent Knitting

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7 thoughts on “TTMT #29 Quilt Retreat and Advent Knitting

  1. It is always so fun to see the variety of things you are working on! The doodle quilt is really neat.

    I have used the grid interfacing, but not in a long time. It is so effective!

    And your knitting is fabulous as usual! I especially like the first project you showed. It looks so delicate!

    What a fun (and big!) project bag!

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  2. You have such a cool variety of projects going on and I enjoy seeing all of them.

    My house at Ilvormorny is the Horned Serpent. I hope we get to see some of that school in future FB movies. Love the project bag!

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  3. You always have such interesting projects in the works. I love seeing them start from just a bit of yarn and then turn into something amazing. You do beautiful work!

    I have not tried that interfacing before, although I have seen something similar at the store.

    Love that project bag, that is awesome!

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  4. I love your projects. They are always so fun and interesting.

    I did Minecraft quilts with similar interfacing and plan use the same method for my postage stamp quilt. It’s makes for so much easier piecing the tiny pieces.

    Happy Birthday to your mom! Not to shabby to be 91. I hope she is feeling better.

    PS I’ll just be over here drooling over your new project bag.

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  5. I’ve been following the dapple a day on YouTube. It looks like fun. I love the fabrics you’ve chosen for yours.

    I found some of that printed fusible at the thrift store recently and I’m looking forward to testing It out. I would also like to make a postage stamp quilt and I’ve been thinking about making a scrappy version and a batik version. Some very long term projects for sure.

    Your advent shawl is lovely.

    Love your new project bag. Great fabric and a great size too.

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  6. That new quilt looks really fun. What a great concept.

    If I ever make a postage-stamp quilt, I will use that method. I used it years ago for the border of my flag quilt which hangs behind me in my living room —uhhh—quilting room still.

    The knitting looks like a LOT of work…and looks great.

    Love the bag.

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