A Stitch at a Time. A Little Progress

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About divadiversion

Creative procrastinator. Cock eyed optimist. Family historian - with the story being the important part. Quilt coach, lecturer and creator. Scrapbooker, card maker. Modern vintage. Wine lover. Explore new places, let's travel - let's go!
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8 Responses to A Stitch at a Time. A Little Progress

  1. rl2b2017 says:

    Good afternoon! I just love your last project – the one you stumbled upon looking for something else. I’m glad it is going to get the attention it deserves. I think it is really cute! A worthwhile list, all of these project are indeed. ~smile~ Roseanne

    • rl2b2017 says:

      Oops – it posted before I got to add that I really love the Pickle Fish patterns and your blocks. I can’t wait to see that complete! ~smile~ Roseanne

    • Thank you Roseanne. When I was employed I started a ridiculous amount of projects before finishing many. I’m discovering all of these sweet pieces now that I am retired. I try to finish one before starting something new, although it doesn’t always work that way.

  2. Annie Morgan says:

    All of your projects are quite time consuming, but well worth it. I’m glad that quilting brings you peace at a time you really need it. Happy piecing!!

  3. Marilyn R Engelking says:

    Hi there! Love the prickle fish..can’t wait to see it finished. Instead of finishing a old project, I did a rainbow “geese migration”. Just have to find time to quilt it. Really enjoy seeing all of your pics. Marilyn Engelking

  4. Marilyn Engelking says:

    Hi Diane! Love the Prickle Fish colors. What a challenge that one is! I can’t wait to see it finished. I fell off finishing ufos and sewed a rainbow geese migration, just have to get it quilted. Now back to my unfinished stack of projects, along with the children’s charity quilts at church. your Asian one is beautful, you have a way with colors. Hope everything in your life is going ok and you just need sewing therapy. Isn’t it great how it does that? Marilyn Engelking

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    • Hi Marilyn! The Prickle Fish is not all that challenging. The paper foundations can get a little boring after a while, but I know I’m going to love the end result. I love you rainbow geese migration. I started a circular flying geese quilt in July when I went to Vermont and took a class with Sarah Bond. I’ll try to show that progress in a couple of weeks. The last few months have been emotional my father has taken his final journey. He passed on September 26 after battling cancer. He was such a trooper. But the end was a difficult thing to watch. Quilting has soothed me and allows me the chance to have enough solitude to move through my thoughts and feelings and sort things out. Although it was not a surprise, his lose was still poignant. Love to you! Diane

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