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Shoreline, CT, United States
I would love for you to join me (a retired senior)in my zany crafting adventures with quilting (waaaaay too much fabric); scrapbooking (will I ever catch up?); redwork; counted cross stitch; crossword puzzles; reading; and cooking.

Saturday, June 15, 2019


                                                 "O WHAT HAVE I WROUGHT??"
                                         [SHE ASKED HERSELF]

                             AND HOW SHALL I BEGIN...........?💫💫
I've used up all the pre-cut wedges;
       All these fabrics are from left over pieces:
                         from just under a 1/4 yd to 
                              leftover pieces of fat 1/4's 
                                 to just orts....

Most pieces range from 4"-6" long with some pieces
sewn together to make that length as needed--
                                                the width varies....

I didn't plan for 4 groups to emerge; they just sort of did.....
The gold one
The deep purple one
The mostly solid one and
the batik one..........
there was no way I could just go with solids...

                Even here on my 1st piece I HAD to add a bit of pattern...

Now, I need  to sit and look at them
                                                      before I commit....

                             My whole wall is in motion.......
                                       A whirling dervish of parts.....


The only thought I have right now is that I'd like to begin with
darkness in the middle or center.....growing lighter outward  

hugs, Julierose, La Blageuse (pondering-euse)


  1. I really like how your arcs turned out, Julierose! It will be interesting to see where you will go from here. Good luck!

  2. Wow, that looks great. I will be fascinated to see how you put them all together.

  3. Well, you do have a good start.

  4. That looks exciting, you are the artist arranging color on the 'canvas' as you wish.
    Staying tuned for more.

  5. Such great wedges! I love the movement when they're together. I'm sure you'll come up with a great plan for them!

  6. You will have fun putting these together. I’ve done it. It takes a bit of time and is definitely easier to do on the wall but what a treat when finished. Enjoy.

  7. Wow--you have been busy and it looks like you have to beginnings of another beautiful quilt!

  8. I'm with you- the prints really make the arcs cohesive. Can't wait to see the finished project.

  9. How fun! So many options... Can't wait to see what it will become.

  10. Enjoy playing around with those pretty fans/rings.

  11. It looks very promising! You'll figure out a way to get a beautiful result!

  12. Oh good for you tackling these curves! You're going to have fun setting these out.


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