For the last seven months, I’ve created a 20″ mini quilt each month.  Those quilts were all part of the Focus Through the Prism Challenge over at Project Quilting. At first, I didn’t think I would be participating in the challenge, because I had to buy special fabric from Cherrywood to participate, and I was…

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November is the final month for the Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism challenges.  This month’s block was the Snowball, a super simple block that can be used in a lot of interesting ways. For this month’s quilt, the only color I had left to work with was Yellow.  And, of course, the first thing…

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I’ve had a bit of a busy month, with family reunions and out of town weddings, so even though I got my Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism challenge quilt pieced early in the month, I didn’t get around to finishing it until this week. This month’s challenge was flying geese.  I’d never made one…

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I feel like a slacker because I’ve hardly gotten anything done on my mini quilt since last week.  The only thing I did get done was the hand embroidery. But at least my little baby whale is cute! What are you working on this week? Sharing over at: WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced, Let’s Bee…

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I’ve finished up this month’s Project Quilting Focus Through the Prism challenge over the weekend. This month’s theme was Log Cabin blocks.  For this month’s challenge, I decided to use my green ROYGBIV fabric and make a scrappy looking quilt. I also chose to add a hand embroidered gnome to this month’s mini quilt, which…

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