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Saturday, May 29, 2021

Working on my Old WOOFA Challenge.

Finally this month I decided to work on my old WOOFA challenge which I started back HERE and you can see the problem I had with it HERE but it's thanks to Cheryll encouraging us by joining in the WOOFA Challenge that Urban Owls is again under the machine and I'm quilting it....
It's not easy rolling up and getting the big quilt under the domestic Bernina so it will be slow going.....

In between I've been getting my Piggy blocks organised which was a free pattern from the lovely Toni from Red Boot Quilt Company 
 





and also made four blocks for Aussie Heros

Must away now and pop the kettle on

Stay safe and well.

Hugs Maria ❤

16 comments:

  1. goodluck quilting that one on the machine.......its a lesson in wangling big things isn't it......

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  2. Good on you for getting back to urban owls. I’m sure it will be lovely.

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  3. The "here" and "here" links aren't working properly, unfortunately. But congratulations on being up to quilting Urban Owls!

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    1. The links work now, thank you Maria. Forgot to mention how good the poppy stars look with a black background.

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  4. you've been a busy bee! I finally got back in my studio yesterday after a break and it felt so good

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  5. That looks like a nice big work area--some nice pinks in that pile!!
    have fun stitching--luv, di

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  6. There is a lot of pushing and shoving when quilting on a domestic. Well done on getting so far with it. Love the Aussie hero blocks....they really pop on the black background.

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  7. Love your poppy blocks Maria. Quilting a big quilt is always a challenge on a domestic machine, looking forward to seeing Urban Owls finished. Lovely to chat this morning.

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  8. That's awesome Maria... glad to be some help...
    You are always up to something interesting... xox

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  9. Your Aussie Heroes blocks look radiant in RED!! Lovely way to participate in the Rainbow Scrap Challenge.

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  10. Oooh that quilting looks like a big job! Love the squares. xx

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  11. I meant stars! Spotted my mistake as I pressed the button. xx

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  12. I can't believe the patience it must take to quilt on a domestic machine. There is no way I could survive that. Great job!!

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  13. That's a big quilt to manipulate under a domestic machine. The Aussie stars are wonderful. Looking forward to seeing the piggies.

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  14. Fabulous projects and keep on with the quilting... lots of breaks and it will get done...
    Hugz

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  15. I have no doubt you will get your WOOFA done bite by bite! Just keeping digging.

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