Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Hands2Help - Quilt #1


I managed to get my 'Goodnight Irene' basted out with lots of help.


I had to put this one in for Lesley - I have quilts waving in the breeze, too!


It took a long time to get at least this flat a photo ( shadows of the cable lines across it and all).    This will be heading to Happy Chemo - picking up my mailer boxes in the morning.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

**also, I think the issue of the scrapping blog has been taken care of, but I have noticed that a few of my regular blogs I comment on - my comments are being bounced as undeliverable - the same  goes for some who are commenting on my posts (and they go into your spam folder so you may want to check if it is happening to you) - if you know of a fix, please let me know and I will certainly pass the info on**  

20 comments:

  1. I like the quilts blowing in the breeze idea, now to find somewhere to hang them, the quilt is beautiful. I've been wondering what's going on with the comments too, if you get any answers please post them.

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  2. Love this quilt!

    I haven't noticed an issues, but that doesn't mean I don't have them. I haven't been as diligent in my commenting lately.

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  3. This is beautiful Sharon!!! Can I ask who's pattern you used? Loving the scrappy quality of it in contrast to the white borders :)

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  4. Oh my, doesn't that quilt look adorable flying in the breeze! Hope to see more wonderful clothesline quilts this summer!

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  5. Love to see quilts displayed in pictures hanging on clothes lines. Goodnight Irene turned out great! Most excellent pattern to go scrappy.
    Haven't noticed blogger issues, but I haven't been looking.

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  6. Sharon, you did a wonderful job with the quilt! Thank you for sharing.

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  7. Wonderful Irene quilt blowing in the breeze , looks awesome. I have been having similar issues , not even receiving my comments in my email .

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  8. Love the boarder that you put on your Irene. That would use up a lot more of those pesky little squares that multiply like little bunnies! The picture of my Irene was also blowing in the wind!

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  9. It's beautiful, Sharon!! I love the border you put on it - must remember that for the next one I make like this! And thanks for the box of goodies that arrived while I was on vacation last week - the girls will be in hog heaven!!

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  10. I like the picture of it waving in the wind! It's fabulous! :0)

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  11. Very pretty Irene quilt. I love your border. I have saved this idea. I haven't finished my Irene quilt. I have had some trouble with being a no reply blogger. I hope I have that fixed. My computer died too.

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  12. Giggle. Your helper looks a lot like my daughter's kitty that was loving on me this last week. Your Irene is lovely.

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  13. What a precious little helper!! Beautiful quilt!

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  14. What a beautiful quilt blowing in the breeze. It will bring joy and comfort to someone .

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  15. I think Lesley may have started a trend here don't you. It looks great and someone's going to love that quilt.

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  16. Great quilt! Yahoo has been bouncing Yahoo emails the past week or so. Yahoo considers some of them spam. Weird, really, since Yahoo isn't playing nicely with itself.

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  17. Beautiful quilt! I love the "motion" pictures of your quilt. Reminds me of when my mother used to dry our quilts on the clothesline.

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  18. Great photos and beautiful quilt! Congratulations on the finish!!!

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  19. I love the way this one turned out. Nicely done.

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