Tag Archive: Getting to Know Hue

Apr 13

Saturday Sampler Fail

These are the blocks for March for the Getting to Know Hue Saturday Sampler. They always look better on the design wall, but I am not totally thrilled with them. Look at how the edges of the blocks turned out: However, that’s not what makes this a Saturday Sampler fail. What does that is the …

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Mar 15

Life’s Full of Tough Choice, Isn’t It?

Today was a day for decisions. Yesterday, I cut the pieces for the twelfth block for the 2014 FQS Mystery BOM and began piecing it. These were the first two pieces. Now, I must confess that today I realized that my husband had unselfishly shared RSV with me. Hopefully, I won’t feel as lousy as …

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Mar 11

March-A-Long Week 2

I did not get anywhere near as much accomplished as I had hoped before the week started. I think the midweek power outage threw off my plans, as did many basketball games. But I averaged way more than 15 minutes a day. Sunday, March 5 – I started work on a test block for Katie, …

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Mar 04

March-A-Long Week One

Okay, it’s really only half a week, but here are my March-A-Long stats (completely illustrated): Wednesday, March 1 – Cut out block 11 for the 2014 Designer Mystery BOM (about an hour) Thursday, March 2 – Assembled block 11 (about two or three hours), finished quite late in the evening. This is how it looked …

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Feb 05

#sbsi Sunday Results

Somehow, by the time I sat down to watch the Super Bowl (about halfway through the second quarter) my brain had fled, so no hand piecing or hand quilting happened tonight. However, this afternoon I did get the Saturday Sampler block assembled. Here it is: Another thing I did was catch up on my blog …

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Feb 04

Progress First Part of #sbsi

I must confess, that I have had a productive two days. I started out the week this week hoping to complete Clue One of Surrounded by Scraps before the next clue is posted. I have not yet completed all the necessary cutting for the quilt, but I have completed the 80 four patches and 80 …

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