Knitting Circle

Yogi19 posted:
Lori posted:

Oh, and here I thought we were gonna be knitting on circular needles. 

I can knit...but I’m better at quilting. 

I love handmade American quilts, so I am in awe of your quilting skills 

@Yogi19 I just finished this quilt for a friend who suffered a traumatic brain injury in April. I quilted from Emily Dickinson around the border "Hope is the feather that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without the words and never stops at all".

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I love that one, too. My granddaughter specifically asked me to make her a pillow that looks like that one (from the Emoji movie, I guess?) She specifically wanted arms and legs. Her brother wanted a slightly simpler one, lucky for me. 

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Saint posted:

WOW you talented lot  !!!!

To reprazent da boyz - accept this draught excluder I made about a 2 years ago at craft club. Note it says, "brrrr..."  <<< my own idea

I'll take 3 of those, in a bird print, please!

Lori posted:

I love that one, too. My granddaughter specifically asked me to make her a pillow that looks like that one (from the Emoji movie, I guess?) She specifically wanted arms and legs. Her brother wanted a slightly simpler one, lucky for me. 

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So cute! Bless her 

 

I got my youngest an emoji bed set as a little filler for her birthday (sept) she loves it x

Lori posted:
Yogi19 posted:
Lori posted:

Oh, and here I thought we were gonna be knitting on circular needles. 

I can knit...but I’m better at quilting. 

I love handmade American quilts, so I am in awe of your quilting skills 

@Yogi19 I just finished this quilt for a friend who suffered a traumatic brain injury in April. I quilted from Emily Dickinson around the border "Hope is the feather that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without the words and never stops at all".

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That's lovely, Lori, and the quote is beautiful and uplifting. I hope your friend is making a good recovery.

Lori posted:

Thank you!

She's had a rough go of it, but is finally well enough to go home a week from tomorrow! It'll be a long while before she returns to her life as it was, but she's much more like herself these days. 

That’s great Lori. May her full recovery be swift  

Lori posted:

Thank you!

She's had a rough go of it, but is finally well enough to go home a week from tomorrow! It'll be a long while before she returns to her life as it was, but she's much more like herself these days. 

 Wishing her well in her continuing recovery.

Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:
Saint posted:

WOW you talented lot  !!!!

To reprazent da boyz - accept this draught excluder I made about a 2 years ago at craft club. Note it says, "brrrr..."  <<< my own idea

 

How long is it Saint?

 

 

That’s a leading question EC  

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