Thursday, September 1, 2011

I Can't Seem to Help Myself

 I did get all my re-sewed blocks pressed, but the man in the brown uniform brought me a toy today that I absolutely HAD to play with.  Mr. Muddling bought me a GO! cutter for my birthday.  I had played a little with the die that came with it, but today I got the small drunkard's path die.  Can you see all those stacks?  I cut them in NO time.  Seriously.


And of course them I had to sew them together.



These are not even pressed yet and they look so sweet.  Oh my.  I hope I get some sleep tonight......

Hugs and kisses,




10 comments:

  1. ELAINE! Happy Birthday!! Over at Pat Sloan's blog is a bunch of ways to use drunkard's path http://patsloan.typepad.com/pat_sloans_corner/ . Well, now you will be whipping out quilts faster...LOL...if that's even possible.

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  2. Where were you when I made my red and white border???
    I can imagine what a difference it makes. Those curves do look wonderful!! Have fun!

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  3. Wow! You're going to be a busy girl. I hope we see you again in the near future LOL!

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  4. Oh Congrats on you GO! Your Drunks looks great!!!!

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  5. You are going to have a lot of fun. I love the quilt squares. The colors and patterns are just fantastic. Loved this posting.

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  6. Lovely birthday gift, and I can see that you didnt want to go to bed without trying a little bit more.

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  7. Hi Elaine

    Thanks for your kind comment about Charlie the Elephant over on Bustle & Sew - I must admit I "cheated" slightly with the hexagons - but watch out for the pattern/tutorial - plus accuquilt cutter giveaway this weekend.

    Helen xx

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  8. I have never done a thirties repo quilt. Love your colors. It's always been on the one of these days list. Your project makes me want to "move it up". Love the puppy pic. and that grandbaby photo....Ever make little girl dresses?

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  9. You can be called Ms Speedy Quilter now! What a wonderful tool and by the way, Happy Birthday! blessings,Kathleen

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