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Monday, June 30, 2014

DISAPPEARING HOUR GLASS (IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THIS, YOU ARE MISSING OUT)

Jenny from Missouri Star Quilt Co came up with this.  I watched the video twice and passed it up....told myself later.

Then my sister Jeanette (Inchworm Fabrics) was online and said she was having a quilting fest with her daughter and they were doing these Disappearing Hour Glass.  Asked if I had seen it...Of course but please....please.....I am trying to be strong.

She asked if I would join her and her daughter.....NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

A gal can be strong for only so long.

so...  From Hour Glass

                                                                  to this..................

Here is the video



                                            Enjoy!!!!  Be Strong!!!


21 comments:

  1. I am trying to be strong! Thanks for the link to this, Barb. I had not seen it before and I love it!

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  2. Oh that is SEW cool! I JUST sent a link to her jelly roll race videos to friends....

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  3. I've seen this video on two different blogs today...it must be a sign! LOL I've saved it in my bookmarks for now.

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  4. I've also been trying to resist but I've been sitting here this morning thinking about some extra fabric that I bought just because and this might be the just because. I don't need another project but I know it's going to happen so I might as well get started.

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  5. Lovely. I had not seen this one. Thanks for sharing.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  6. Oh, that looks like fun! Love that block and the colors you have chosen.

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  7. Arrrggghhh! You enabler, you! Haha! I'm headed toward my scrap bin!

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  8. Oh my! I don't know how long I can be strong. This is pretty cool!

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  9. You are such an enabler!hehehe....I watched the video and then had to keep telling myself no....

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  10. I like the how the block turned out. Hopefully I will get to the video soon.

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  11. This is so cool! Thanks for the link!

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  12. Sigh I had not seen that and now I have one more thing to try!

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  13. Oh, I missed that one! Looks like fun.

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  14. I am going to use this pattern for a wedding quilt. It's so awesome!!

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  15. Get thee behind me Satan! :) No more new starts until the UFOs are done! Staying strong here....for now. blessings, marlene

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  16. gosh that is beautiful! I love how the blocks sew together as septagons

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  17. I have seen that video. Pretty neat what she can come up even though she was inspired by a student's mistake.

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  18. Oh dear. I hadn't seen this one. And now I want to make it. But that iron is distracting. I mean how cool is it that it grows legs when you set it down and knows to retract them when you want to sew again? (I knew those existed, but stayed away from any demos at quilt shows, as I know my bank account cannot afford such distracting devices.)

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