Thursday, September 11, 2008

What happened?

When did I become a weekly poster? Too many irons in the fire, I think.

I did start working on my Grandmother's Flower Garden hexagon quilt again. 24 blocks done. At least 24 more to go.
Grandmother's Flower Garden Quilt
And I'm working on another table runner.
Rosy Runner Peek
Oh, and did I mention that I started guitar lessons this week?
Guitar
(What was that about the irons...)

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28 comments:

  1. your quilt is AMAZING!!! (that's a whole lot of hand stitching...)

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  2. The quilt is looking really great! And music is good for the soul. :)

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  3. Love your grandmother's flower garden! And guitar lessons...how fun and inspiring.

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  4. Have fun with the guitar lessons! I've been taking them for about 10 weeks and they are great fun, although not being musically inclined, they are frustrating for me as well!

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  5. That GFG is looking great! Love the fabric for the table runner.

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  6. Guitar, huh? Are you trying to be Josh's cool mom?

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  7. Fabulous quilt, love, love, love it! I had started guitar lessons a while back, lasted a year, difficult instrument, stick with it! Did I mention I love the quilt???

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  8. Gorgeous quilt, Anina! Wow!
    Such yummy fabrics.

    Love that table runner. Oh, my, you are a busy woman!

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  9. OOOOO! Love the colors of your grandmother's flower garden!!!

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  10. The quilt is simply gorgeous and the colors are spectacular! "And music ... it's ALWAYS good" wrote the musician. 8-D

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  11. Wow! Your grandmother's flower garden quilt is gorgeous. I can't believe how much work that is. And I love the table runners you make. They are so clean and fresh looking. Good luck on your lessons!

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  12. I love your GFG! Those colours are just SO cheerful and pretty!

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  13. The quilt is stunning. The colors are very WOW.
    Teresa

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  14. those are some happy colors! looks like you've been busy doing some fun stuff!!

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  15. Your quilt is fabulous! I sure want to learn to make those hexagons one day!

    I played several instruments but never managed to learn how to play the guitar! I hope you do! Playing music is good for the soul and spirit!

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  16. omg...
    your grandmother's flowers quilt is AMAZING!!!

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it.

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  17. Loving the Grandmothers flower garden.

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  18. The hexagon quilt is gorgeous! Wow!

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  19. LOVE>>>LOVE>>>>LOVE that grandma's garden quilt...I have one that my actual grandmother made...I cherish it!! The table runner is lovely, too...I love the soft colors. AND guitar lessons...z'awls I can say is WOW!!

    YOU ROCK...and pretty soon you will ROCK & ROLL...with that new talent of guitar picker in your portfollio! Amazing...I love it!

    Blessings...
    Teresa

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  20. The quilt is gorgeous and amazing. As for the guitar lessons, my DH took them a few years back and did you know that it actualy builds callus on your fingertips from pressing so hard on the strings? It may be an added bonus for hand quilting. (*LOL*)
    Good luck and don't give up, 'cause it's NOT a cake walk.

    ~~Fran...:c)

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  21. I LOVE your hexagon quilt. It's gorgeous...

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  22. Wow. Wonderful colors in your flower garden. That quilt will light up a room at night! :-D

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  23. Oh my goodness....bright, colorful, beautiful, happy looking. Great job with the colors.

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  24. Beautiful quilt Anina. I'm still wanting to make one of these, you always inspire me with your progress.

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  25. I love your hexagons! love them! I'll be posting an update soon on the progress of mine. ;o} ooxx`jod

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  26. Wow, it sounds like you have been quite busy! That Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt just amazes me... :)

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