I am finally cutting into this little stack of fabric.
These are mostly “Greetings from Canada” by Thimbleberries. (The light blue one second from the left is from my stash.) Mom sent these to me a year ago and I don’t think she quite believed me this summer when I assured her I had a plan for it that just needed to simmer a bit longer.
Here’s the plan:
OK, it doesn’t look like much in the picture :). Maybe if you click on it to enlarge it you might be able to make out some of it. I’ve drawn it out a few times to tweak this or that and I’m still not sure it will work the way I want it to. You’ll just have to be patient right along with me until I get these pieced:
This just goes to show why I’d like to win a copy of the EQ7 software in The Pickledish Patch’s givewaway It would be so much quicker and easier to design a quilt and I’d get a sneak peek before I actually sew it up!
The giveaway closes on October 27 so you still have time to go over and diminish my chances by entering too (I’ll understand and won’t take it personally, really!)
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