A New WIPs Be Gone Giveaway

  A small finish - another Splendid Sampler block.   And a big finish - that commission quilt is a top.  I'm sandwiching it as you read this. My client saw our June Festival quilt and wanted one like it, but for his favorite team - here's a sample of the University's fabric.
 
He colored the letter blocks.  Fabric markers were used. Then I took an art pencil and went over the red again as the letters looked orange.  They looked fine by themselves.  It was the deepness of the other red fabric that made them look that way.  

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  1. It's a beautiful weekend her weather wise, I will probably not get much stitching done, as the garden needs put to bed.

    mindingmomma at aol dot com

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  2. I follow on bloglovin.

    mindingmomma at aol dot com

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  3. https://mindingmomma.wordpress.com/2016/09/23/pinterest-inspired/

    my latest little mug rug for Christmas gift.

    mindingmomma at aol dot com

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  4. http://karensquilting.com/blog/2016/09/postage-stamp-border-5/
    I do not see your link button anywhere so put my link here in my comment. I am always busy working on 3-5 projects at once it seems

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  5. I don't see a linky button either. You can find me at Gretchen's Little Corner.blogspot.com or villacrestfarm@gmail.com I'm busy working on a hand applique project.

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  6. I plan on starting a new sewing project this weekend, maybe even today! I want to make a mini quilt to hang on my wall to remind me that spring is coming...yes, I know it's September, but we have a very long, cold winter ahead of us here in the Midwest. A pretty wall hanging with spring flowers will keep my soul warm during the winter!

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  7. It's true that the "BAMA" was orange-ish.
    I love the hexie little beauty in your header. (please don't tell me you've changed it months ago and I haven't noticed it before today!) Thanks for the chance, Angie. ;^)

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  8. You know I've been following you (stalker that I am, lol). ;^)

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  9. now back stitchng after 7 weeks of losing it so maybe will be able to add something soon even if it is just a block ot two from SS

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  10. It would look MUCH prettier in purple and gold. . . just sayin'! ;o) (lynnstck@yahoo.com)

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  11. I am English paper piecing a rainbow lone star!

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  12. That Alabama top is going to be great! I bet he'll be very happy with it!

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  13. I have been working a lot this year. I have been taking my hand stitching to work and that's what I've been getting to work on lately.

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  14. I follow via gfc. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  15. I love your Alabama quilt. That looks super. Your Splendid Sampler block is a lovely floral celebration. I finally had something to link!

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  16. And of course I follow you - by e-mail! dezertsuz at gmail

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  17. Looking good! I used to live in AL and remember the football fury there! Kind of fun!

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  18. Fun Bama reds! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. A very pretty quilt. Most of my family are Alabama fans, but I graduated from University of Mississippi so I cheer for them instead, lol. Following you via GFC.

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