Monday, November 14, 2022

Episode 125



Quilting FO
  • Crazy Quilt by Lori Holt - Primitive Gatherings Urban Farmhouse II fabric. I did the quilting using a wide zig zag stitch (6.0 width and 2.0 length). 

Stitching WIPs
  • Jane Cowey by The Scarlett House - 40 ct. tea and coffee dyed linen and NPI silk threads. 
  • Jane Parson 1841 Sampler by The Wishing Thorn - 40 ct. Affogato by Fiber on a Whim and DMC threads (faded version). 
  • Lucy Calcutt 1825 by Just Stitching Along - 40 ct. Vintage Luna by Lakeside Linens and DMC threads. 
Quilt WIPs
  • Jelly Garden by Mickey Zimmer - Brenda Riddle Grace fabric (I’m using 1” hexagon paper pieces). 
  • Kansas Dugout quilt - Various Lori Holt fabrics (I’m using 1.25” honeycomb and square paper pieces). 
Stitching Stash 
  • From Brick City Cross Stitch in Ocala, FL - Fabric: 40 ct. Heartland by Picture this Plus and 40 ct. Latte by Fiber on a Whim. Charts: Alice Clark 1844 by Cross Stitch Antiques, Eliza Stephenson 1827 by Lila’s Studio, Gathering Together by The Scarlett House and Joy & Good Cheer by Brenda Gervais. 

Fabric Stash
  • From HunnieQuilt shop on Etsy - Flower Farm by Bunny Hill Designs. 



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