Episode 219: 7


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So here’s the quadrant of “Sweep Exit” quilting that I like:

 

Here’s the rest:

The quilt I want to make next: Melon Patch

This quilt was made made in 1902 by Mary Midgett Bridgman (1845-1928), Hyde County, NC.

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7 thoughts on “Episode 219:

  • NONNIE

    GREAT WORK FRANCES … did you get it finished in time for Quilt Con ( downloaded but not listened to yet) — Love the Melon Patch block…. I am going to do a ROSE DREAM / LOVER’S KNOT block as soon as I get the templates I designed back. I ordered them from John Flynn company…. I am lazy and want to cut around an acrylic template rather then deal with the paper ones.

    Are you going to applique or piece yours? Maybe I should just go listen then I will know what you said.

    NONNIE

  • NONNIE

    My take on Modern Quilting is it is being shanghaied by the LONG ARM QUILTERS …. As at Huston & Paducha the winners are the one with the most and fanciest/ densest quilting …. I think Quilt Con is going that way too…. dense quilting even if walker foot straight lines …. Younger MODERN- – LONG ARMERS are inventing their own styles but most of the FMQing is still over the top but modern.
    The dense quilting is not for FUNCTIONAL quilts … and a lot of everyday quilters do not do that type of quilting.

  • Sue Shamekh

    Your quilting looks great!
    An orange peel quilt is also on my list of quilts to make “some day” (Have not heard of the name- Melon Quilt) I was planning to go scrappy but using only 2 colors is also nice!

  • Colleen

    I was listening to your podcast at 4 am because I couldn’t sleep. I know what you mean about the joy of sleeping right through. I’m 60 and it IS better than it was a few years ago.

    What’s a yankee gift exchange?