HtbaS – Episode 251

Short and sweet this week and I catch you up on working too much and not quilting enough.  Soon to be remedied between the Virtual Stitch-In tonight and a week off for US Thanksgiving soon!

Contact Tiny Stitches to get the pattern for “Solid as a Rock” and my medallion center!  Here it is hanging in the shop:

And here are my colors for the new Bonnie Hunter mystery starting at the end of November:

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5 Replies to “HtbaS – Episode 251”

  1. Great podcast, as always. I just love the Solid as a Rock quilt! I hope to be able to make something like that someday! I was wondering, and you don’t have to answer, but was your husband in the Air force? My son is leaving for basic training in 3 weeks, and he will be training in airplane mechanics, so I was thinking of your husband. The quilt looks great, and the quilting is great also.

  2. The sentiment deli and ties it together great! I love it! (That’s what I get for speaking. My comment instead of typing it! That should be center medallion, not sentiment deli!

  3. Solid as a Rock center medallion looks great. Nice job on the design. I like you color choices for Bonnie’s mystery quilt. I agree the tone on tone blacks should help with the busyness that is always a risk with her scrappy quilts. Hopefully you will have a more normal work week before the Thanksgiving break. I turned in my notice a few weeks ago so I am in the final countdown!

  4. I love your colors for the BH mystery. I’m going to enjoy watching all of you others do the quilt this year. I’ve got too many things on my list, and I know that any of her wonderful mysteries take a time commitment. I AM going to do the next Scrapitude mystery….I hope you are, too!

  5. Still #podcastdeliquent

    No sash? No tiara? You got ripped off. You could make a crown from Soft & Stable.

    I really liked your comments about your color voice, especially just acknowledging that you didn’t find your color voice for the first few quilts/projects.

    One of the things I do miss in not having cats is touching the toebeans.

    Sorry I haven’t been able to make any of the Stitch-ins. I will keep trying, but it is a hard time for us West Coasters even without the kid around.

    Take care.

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