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1  quilt for my brother's wedding in Quilting: Completed Projects by hannahbee on: October 27, 2005 02:59:39 PM
My brother got married this fall (yay!)  I made this quilt as a wedding present.  I was inspired by Denyse Schmidt's amazing design called Run and Fall http://www.dsquilts.com/runandfall.html.  I wanted the design to evoke coming together (hence the converging lines), growing (I used green and yellows to suggest a vine, or a bunch of flowers), and home (the design suggests an urban skyline - they live in NYC).  I hand-stitched the applique and then machine quilted the whole thing in zig-zagging lines - it took about two months from start to finish (although the design process took a little longer).





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2  quilt for a wedding present in Quilting: Completed Projects by hannahbee on: September 24, 2005 03:01:24 PM
here's a quilt that a good friend and i made for another dear friend's wedding.  it was so much fun to make!

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3  kaffe fassett-inspired snowball quilt in Quilting: Completed Projects by hannahbee on: September 24, 2005 02:56:55 PM
Here's a quilt I made last winter for my sister.   It was inspired by one of Kaffe Fassett's designs and uses his fabrics (which are so great)!  It was my first handquilting project - phew!

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4  i heart hats! in Knitting: Completed Projects by hannahbee on: January 17, 2005 10:42:55 AM


I based this one on the basic knitted hat formula from Mielke's Farm: www.mielkesfarm.com/bsic_hat.htm.



This one is an adaptation of the devil hat at www.kittyville.com/knit/adult_devil_hat.html.  I get stopped on the street all the time when I wear this hat!



This is a child's version of a pattern for a felted, striped cloche: http://www.yarnia.com/piupstfewoha4.html.  I've made it for adults, too, and it's a fast, fun pattern.
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