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Comment by Barbara Hughes on September 9, 2017 at 2:35pm

Beautiful Carla, Neutral is more than likely the best way to go. It could go with almost any style the Bride would prefer. Great work.

Comment by Ginny Andersen on September 9, 2017 at 1:08pm

This is stunning, Carla, and will make a beautiful wedding quilt! So elegant! 

Comment by carla j walton on September 9, 2017 at 11:13am

Comment by carla j walton on September 9, 2017 at 11:13am

well I have been working on something! I finally started my neutral log cabin for my nephew. I originally wanted to do it to match his bachelor bed made from wood palette's . so I collected grey and brown moda grunge's. I didn't like the darker mix of brown in it so I opted for all grey's and creams, tans....well now he is getting married and I don't know if he has the same bed frame...smh..oh well, this can be a wedding quilt now. ignore the junk on the sides...after all it is small and is my work


Comment by carla j walton on September 9, 2017 at 10:31am

would you guys keep Chef Lisa in your thoughts? she lives in Cape Coral, Florida. they have evacuated but her home looks like it may be in a direct path. also Ethleda. while she lives in the panhandle and for now is just never can be sure. so please keep them in your thoughts. after what happened in Texas I trust nothing. Riana, thinking of you as well....

Comment by Riana Noyes on September 8, 2017 at 7:05pm

Mary, we're in the exact center of Fla. And no one knows exactly what's going to happen because of tornado spin offs that occur after landfall. Right now, the storm is wider than the state of Florida. Our house may end up in Kansas...but we are safe here at home far north. My heart goes out to those whose sole residence and all their momentoes are in jeopardy along with their lives and those of their pets. 

Comment by Mary Moore on September 8, 2017 at 5:20pm

Ooh Elizabeth..all you need is for the electricity to fail.  Glad it wasn't in the middle of the operation!  My son sells and engineers the type of generators that have a pendulum in constant motion so the machine starts almost immediately, and they monitor the line coming into the facility so that the generator knows the outage is coming.  Hospitals and casinos love it.  Surgery and slot machines need this kind of per-emptive power.

Riana, Where is your winter Florida home in relation to the storm?

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on September 8, 2017 at 10:48am

Hubby had his pacemaker installed yesterday.  We went to the Heart Institute at noon and got home by 10:00 P.M.  At 2:00 just as they got him on the table in OR the hydro went off.  The elevators, the phones, and the equipment does not work so I did not know whether he would get the pacemaker or be sent home.  They went ahead at 4:30 but I did not find out until just before he came back to recovery.  They had to call to the Civic Hospital for an x-ray machine and all the work looked good!  We were happy to get home!  (All I got done is 1 little 6 inch butterfly hand button-holed. LOL)

Linda, Indy is just like my Hubby!  I told him that I am in control now and he balks at everything I tell him to do.  Haha!  I win mostly too! 

Comment by Linda Koller on September 7, 2017 at 11:10pm

The quilt is called "Time Squared" from The Quilt Pattern Magazine. Unfortunately, you have to be a member to get the pattern, we are forbidden to share it. But it's easy enough to figure it out. The centers are made from charm pack and the jelly roll borders the center. I used the leftovers from the jelly roll for the binding.

Indy has only been on his meds for 24 hours. Altho he's still sleeping most of the day, he had a couple times this evening where he actually wagged his tail! I haven't seen that in months. Most meds are put in his food...but one is given orally with a syringe. I don't have the energy to chase him all over the house. Besides my legs and ankles are so swollen that I can't get shoes on this week. Soooo I shut all doors, pushed all chairs under the tables, blocked off everything that I could...but forgot to put the sofa pillows somewhere. He buried himself in the pillows. He's a smart little stinker! I was waiting for him tho!!! Like a kid, sick like death warmed over, but strong like ironman when it comes to not wanting to take medicine. But like a typical mom, I won!!!!!

Comment by Ginny Andersen on September 7, 2017 at 7:15pm

What a bright, cheery quilt, Linda! I love primary color combos! The puppy quilt is so cute! It is bound to make it's recipient smile!


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