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1  Re: LAP QUILT 5 FALL GALLERY in The Swap Gallery by Marmish on: August 08, 2015 04:53:36 AM

I FINALLY finished this swap quilt at a recent retreat.  I added some blocks to make it bigger, backed it with minkee, and machine stitched the binding. It's FMQ in a loopy pattern.
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2  Another Color Wheel Quilt in Quilting: Completed Projects by Marmish on: April 09, 2011 04:17:30 PM
From Last Minute Patchwork + Gifts.  I reduced the pattern by about 2/3rds and machine appliqued the wheel on Quilters Only Parchment.  Backed with pink Minky and bound in Kona - charcoal, I think.  This was a gift for our friends' baby, Eleanor.


color wheel quilt by marmish6, on Flickr


back of color wheel quilt 2 by marmish6, on Flickr


back of color wheel quilt by marmish6, on Flickr
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3  City Lot quilt in Quilting: Completed Projects by Marmish on: February 05, 2011 01:35:19 PM
I finally finished the binding on this quilt.  The pattern is called City Lot from the City Quilts book.  I love it so much I am physically unable to give it away as intended and have to make a replacement.  Shocked Cheesy







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4  Celtic Knots in Quilting: Completed Projects by Marmish on: September 26, 2010 07:05:28 AM
This mini quilt was for the MAQ 3 Swap.





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5  Re: Mini Art Quilt Swap 3 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Marmish on: September 25, 2010 11:51:38 AM
Fabricfriend asked me to posts pics of the quilt I sent her.

whole quilt


close ups




I made bias tape, then hand appliqued the knots, added borders, machine stippled around the knots and outlined the borders, then machine attached the binding.
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6  Re: Mini Art Quilt Swap 3 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Marmish on: September 13, 2010 09:13:16 PM
I received from fabricfriend the other day but REFUSED to let myself open it until her quilt was done. Opened my little box after dinner to find THIS:





Sorry, pics are a little crapola.  I'll try to take better ones and edit later.  I LOVE it!  It's felt? so soft and fuzzy and full of polka dots.  And cool buttons.  And the pinked edges on the binding.  And it's all squares and circles.  Aaaaahhhhhh.  I really do love it.  Thanks fabricfriend.  Your's is going in the mail tomorrow a.m.

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7  Re: Mini Art Quilt Swap 3 (Sign-ups CLOSED, Sendouts extended to Sept 14) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Marmish on: September 07, 2010 07:09:54 AM
Nothing like your partner threatening to send to light a fire!   Cheesy
We got the sewing room put back together after having new flooring installed, so I got to work in my beautiful new space yesterday and got a lot accomplished.

Here's what the floor looks like:

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8  Re: Tips and Tricks for Craft Rooms! in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by Marmish on: May 31, 2010 11:31:02 AM
I use a metal silverware/napkin caddy for scissors, rotary cutters, pens and pencils, small rulers, needle books and other small misc. hand tools needed for sewing.  I'll post a pic of mine later, but this is the idea:



I got mine at Joann in the summer clearance a few years ago.  Cheap, cheap.  I also have a roll of paper hanging on a curtain rod, similar to the tape on a dowel theory, it's always there and out of the way.  I just use my acrylic ruler to tear off a piece as needed.
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9  Triangles, triangles in Quilting: Completed Projects by Marmish on: March 07, 2010 07:02:11 PM
Done.  Finally. I used two charm packs and Quilters Only.  Backing from a LQS.  This is definitely in the better-done-than-perfect category, but I'm keeping it for me and am happy enough with it.  I chain pieced the squares in between working on a more challenging project.  It was much needed brainless sewing.  I still haven't washed it, so it should get a bit more crinkly.







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10  Re: What are you working on? in Quilting: Discussion and Questions by Marmish on: February 17, 2010 08:23:11 AM
Sloth, you are a machine!  I'm working on quilting this:


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