To-Do #52+30 Weekly Recap Update

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  1. dezertsuz says:

    I do like the Up From Here backing. Mine is getting closer to the top of the stack of things to do, but I’m wondering why Regatta isn’t. I love the pattern, so where did it de-rail after the first six strips? Your giraffe quilt is just perfect. I like it SO much!

    Seeing Fireburst all together, that background is so wonderful and makes the quilt uniquely stunning. It’s very angular, so I would normally do something curvy, but for this, I think it needs to stay angles. Get out that blue painter’s tape and tape out some options, maybe?

  2. Christine says:

    That backing is fantastic; the perfect choice for that quilt! I am excited to see George the Giraffe quilt take shape. And that block is fantastic!!

  3. I feel your pain with layering. I was spoiled by working in a quilt shop where I always had access to 3’x6′ tables. I need some, especially in Maine where it is harder to get someplace. I have to finish my back for Tish’s too – my machine gave way last time I was working on it. I’m going to stop replying to things and get on it!!

  4. chrisknits says:

    How wonderful that you got that many layered. I guess I need to just drag out my table and get as many sandwiched as possible. But that means a trip to get more batting before I do!!

  5. Kathryn says:

    What do you dislike the most about layering? I love the backing fabric too, very nice. Are you hand sewing George down or machine sewing? Fireburst is lovely, hope the quilting muse appears!

  6. Tish says:

    That backing fabric is beautiful! Fireburst is popping right along! It will be exploding into a finish in no time 🙂

  7. So, no inspiration yet on quilting Fireburst? Me neither, but I’m pondering. You have some good projects lined up!

  8. Busy Ladies! I have that same backing fabric in my storage tub! Happy Monday my friend!

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