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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, January 2, 2021

HASHTAG (#) RSC Quilt, et al

 

Here are the pinks I chose
for the 1st block row of
that Punctuation Quilt
Challenge...

FROM ANGELA AT 
SUPERSCRAPPY


I only had four solid pinks
in my stash--

So, 
I used the reverse of one for the 5th color
And I am using WOW as my background
for all the upcoming blocks...

First Row of 
Hashtag blocks sewn
and ready for strip inserts...

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Besides this Punctuation
quilt, I have not
as yet decided what
else, if anything, to work on
For RSC 2021.
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ALSO:

JulieK Quilts
is hosting another
"Log Cabin Loonies"
SAL this year...;)))
AND
Last time I really enjoyed making
a little tabletopper.

So I will be also joining that...

These are my two planned
joinings for this year.

Meanwhile, I am still hand quilting
Night Flight Geese slowly...


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Taking it easy today as
I am still a bit under the weather...

hugs, Julierose
La blageuse
(not quite "in the pink"- euse)




 

9 comments:

  1. Are you going to be a busy quilter!!! I like the idea of the hashtag with RSC and you've chosen a lovely assortment of pinks.

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  2. I love the idea of punctuation! And you always have lots of fun with these rainbow color challenges.

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    love

    lizzy

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  3. Those are pretty pinks! Great idea to use the back side of one to get a different look!

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  4. Nice start on your pink punctuation!

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  5. I often use the back sides of fabrics - it's amazing how they just end up being 'the' perfect colour or texture. I had to google to see what a punctuation quilt is - never heard that term before. Will be fun to watch yours evolve. Hope you're soon feeling much better!

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  6. Your pinks look great - hope you feel better soon. xx

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  7. Guess I will be looking fore some pinks

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  8. Nice to see you have plans for the new year. Love your pinks.

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  9. You're starting some great projects! I'm joining a BOM even though I told myself I wouldn't! Oh, well!!

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