Baby Quilt Marathon Training

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  1. Susan says:

    Congratulations! You did better than I did, and I had two baby quilts sitting here to finish!

  2. chrisknits says:

    At least you were in the race! I didn’t even know about it, so never got off the couch. LOL

  3. Yeah Roseanne!!! I know you weren’t feeling well, but you did an excellent 1/2 marathon!!! Congratulations!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  4. Hello Roseanne, What a fun challenge! I just started another baby quilt but trying to keep track of the time it takes…I am laughing at the thought of trying to do that along with trying to remember which fabric to cut next at which size! My brain would go into a total meltdown. Ha, Ha, Ha. Baby quilts are so much fun though. I can not wait to see all of the ones you have mentioned! Plus, I keep thinking of Pieceful Wendy and her Squirrel nose to nose…sure wish there were pictures of that one!!! It will be in my thoughts all day and make me giggle and smile all day! Have a marvelous day!!

  5. Oh wow! It is hard to successfully devote a string of time to one goal. I seem to have too many irons going and did someone mention a squirrel?

  6. Well, you know I get distracted, so I’m delighted you joined me in that little adventure, or adventures. Just a moment ago a little squirrel was tickling my nose. I think I’ve successfully shooed him away. We’ll see! Glad you made progress on your baby quilts, despite the HST thing.

  7. Kathleen Scargle McCormick says:

    A marathon success – hooray! It is so true how we get distracted. I think I am going for a quick finish over the next two days as my marathon is going to be a double at least until I finish my August project!! I like that bee block – it would be a great one – but again so many choices.

  8. This was a real eye opener for me. When you hear baby quilt marathon, you imagine how many quilts you can get completed but the reality of it was much harder. I did get 3 finished but I know how you feel. I know you did get a lot accomplished and probably spent a lot more time on them. I guess I forget sometimes how much goes into making a quilt.

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