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Monday, December 17, 2012

Quick Recap

 Blogger's BOM ready for binding -- Thanks to Jackie at Canton Village Quilt Works for hosting a fun project.  I like larger quilts, so I made two of each and added filler blocks.  I will show again when this one is all done.


 A quick trip to New Orleans ---

 Seafood Cakes at Commander's Palace!

 Bread Pudding for dessert!

 A Christmas Project on the quilting frame.
And Step #4 for East Street, hosted by Bonnie Hunter at Quiltville.

Linking up with Judy at Patchwork Times and Bonnie at Quiltville -- that was quick!!!!


10 comments:

~Kris~ said...

Your BOM is just lovely. The fabric is perfect.

mycreativecorner3 said...

Love the BOM, the color combo is great. I am very much in love with your Christmas quilt in the frame, blues and lovely quilting in the photo. And the food looks like a lovely treat.

LynCC said...

Yes, your BOM turned out sooo gorgeous. :D

Mary said...

You were so smart to make two of each block. Done by Christmas is a good thing too. It won't be added to the UFO list for next year now. Love the Easy Street and linking up every Monday with two of my favorite Quilt Bloggers.

treadlemusic said...

You are certainly the "busy little elf" LOL! Making 2 blocks of each was genius! Bonnie's looks so interesting.....her quilt patterns never cease to amaze me!

Gail said...

That quilt is gorgeous, but then you haven't shown one yet that wasn't!

Paula, the quilter said...

The twofer is a wonderful way to go. I have done that in the past, but made one block 12" and the second block 6". I then put the two tops together, so it was a reversible quilt.

Sarah Craig said...

Your quilting is beautiful, Jamie!

Gari in AL said...

Wow, your quilt is beautiful, the quilting on both quilts looks great and I'm really impressed that having done all that you also got Step 4 done, too. Excellent.

fancystitching said...

Great quilts and some WONDERFUL quilting! Looks like you and your Gammill have become very good friends.