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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Let's Link Up!

Happy Needle and Thread Thursday, friends!  I am happy to report that my procedure went well on Monday and thank you all for your well wishes and good thoughts sent my way.  I'm still not up to hefting my diamond quilt to get it quilted, but I haven't been completely down and out.


These skinny little triangles are actually the ends of the strips from cutting out the triangles for my diamond quilt.  In the past, I have always just thrown those away (which kills me), but I like these fabrics so much that I just couldn't bear it.  I sewed them into rectangles before my surgery, and yesterday, I pieced them together.  I figured that sitting in one place and sewing them would be okay since they are so little and don't weigh anything, but truth be told, I did overdo it a little bit.  It's just tough for me to stay idle for too long.

That being said, I really LOVE this little quilt.  It is only a preemie size quilt (right at 35 inches square), but I don't know if I'm going to be able to part with it.  I might keep it as a wall hanging or table topper.  My activities yesterday sent me a message loud and clear that it will be a few more days until I can do any more sewing though.  I guess taking it easy in yoga pants with a good book is just what I need to recover fully.

So much awesomeness was linked up last week!  Check out some of my favorites-

Elise at Lovelea Designs showed off her Atlantic Currents quilt, and her echo quilting on this one just rocks!


Southern Gal Thoughts shared the journey of creating her first large quilt finish- a Scrumptious quilt with prairie points!


and Karen at Quilts...etc. linked up this hand pieced, hand quilted Dear Jane masterpiece- WOW!  Red and white quilts are just timeless, don't you think?


What an amazing bunch of links!  I love browsing through all of them each and every week.  You are all such amazing sources of inspiration!  So, it's time to show off what you're working on this week.

1.  You can link finished projects or WIP's , but just keep it about quilting and sewing!
2. Link to your specific post (not to your home page!) to make it easier for others.
3. Please remember to spread the word and post my button or a text link.  
4. Spread the comment love far and wide!
5. Following me is not a requirement to link, but is so very appreciated!


19 comments:

  1. I'm glad you didn't throw those scraps away...It's lovely!

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  2. Kelly - glad you felt up to sewing but please take the time you need to heal. Reading a good book sounds like a good plan! I'd love to know what you are reading, if you feel like sharing. I'm looking for a good book myself. Take care - and thanks for the link up.

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  3. My granny always said never to waste... waste not, want not. She always got on to me for how thick I cut the potato skins off... :)

    Love your quilt in progress from the scraps!

    I hope to link up with you a lot this year. getting back to blogging more! I retired Pig Tales and Quilts. You will see me now as Stitch and Quilt. :)

    Thearica Burroughs
    www.stitchandquilt.com

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  4. Such a lovely little quilt :) I'm so glad your procedure went well, give it time to take effect! how's about catching up on some favorite movies in between sessions of reading and looking out at the world :) Soul feeding!

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  5. Ruff to be out of commission! I love your mini triangle quilt. Get well soon.

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  6. Definitely Kelly, this is a time you should be pampering yourself. Love that little traingle quilt! Take care and try to be a good girl!
    Those quilts last week are beautiful!

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  7. Love your little scraps quilt, I'm just finishing my diamond quilt, started before Christmas so you're well ahead, take it easy!! Now I know you're not big on hand sewing but it is oh so relaxing. You just need to get past the fact that it's slow!!!!!

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  8. Hi Kelly! First, I love your diamond quilt! And this second with the scraps will be fantastic! I can't believe that you throw away the scraps! Great picks from the last week and so many NEW beautiful quilts! x Teje

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  9. Beautiful mini! Sew glad you kept the scraps! Blessings and quick recovery to you! Thanks for hosting!

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  10. Another great quilt. I'm glad to hear your procedure went well! Best wishes for continued and quick healing!

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  11. Glad you are doing well! Love the triangle quilt, scraps are the best!

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  12. A good book sounds just like the ticket you need this week. Hope you recover quickly! Great idea for the small triangle quilt :)

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  13. I'm not one to stay idle either so I completely understand. I hope you will recover quickly. That may be an opportunity to design some more beautiful patterns, thought. ;-)

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  14. Glad to hear the procedure went well, but don't overdo -- not worth it in the long run (she said "bossily"). Love the skinny triangles!!

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  15. that diamond quilt!
    I love your mix of fabrics!

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  16. Thank you for featuring my Scrumptious Pinwheel quilt! (I followed a link of my quilt from pinterest and found it here!) It was worth all the time and effort to be able to finish it and give it to my granddaughters.

    I'm so glad you're doing well after your surgery. I love that you used the scraps for your quilt! Beautiful.

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  17. Praying for quick healing and restoration. The little triangle quilt is very nice! Good use of scraps.

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  18. thanks for the links and so nice to be a feature on your blog.

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