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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Quilt Qwazy Queens Blog Hop



 Hi folks...it is my day to show you what I am qwazy about!!  First of all, a huge thank you to Marian from http://www.seamstobesew.com/ for the hard work she puts into these hops for all of us. She has arranged a number of fantastic giveaways too!!!!!

FQS is also offering a 10% discount on purchases with the coupon code seamstobe316.  

I was introduced to quilting by my late mother in law...best thing she could done for me! I have never looked back...
I was a very traditional quilter for many years...then came blogging, lol.  Love my blogging friends, and I have learned so much from all of you!  Now, I do traditional and more modern quilting as much as I can.  I make quilts to sell, I hand quilt and machine quilt them...also . I hand quilt and machine quilt for others.  As you can see on my blog...I usually have a stack of quilts waiting to be quilted.

Now, I am going to show you a few of my pieces...this Remembrance Poppy is my favorite. It is hand quilted.
This next one is a customer quilt that I hand quilted. 
This is one I made as a Thank You to our local detachment.
I made three of these for my grandsons for Christmas.
This t shirt quilt for my oldest grandson.
This is waiting to be quilted...


Ok....I could do this forever!!!  Lol. I want to show you something that I have only done once...a Bargello. I had put this off for so long,but loved it in the end!
And with leftovers from this piece....I made this piece for today. 

Well, I will leave you with that...and my giveaway from Aurifil (Joanna Figueroa Farmhouse) just leave a comment and tomorrow morning I will do a random draw.  Good luck to everyone! Make sure to visit the list below, and Marian above for more goodies today.

Thank You for listening to me...if you don't already follow me, I would love for you to do that.

         March 24





96 comments:

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  2. It has been fun following you and seeing your amazing work, Marjorie.

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  3. Your projects are gorgeous! My MIL has been a great resource for my quilting too. I hear stories of girls who don't get along with their MILs, I'm so glad I've got a good one!

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  4. I would have a really hard time selecting a favorite of your work. This is a great hop. I am enjoying reading how other quilters got started.

    Thanks for being a stop on the hop.
    Carol

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  5. Lovely quilts! I especially love the last two! Very nice - I lov e yellows you used! mumbird3atgmaildotcom

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  6. Very pretty, thanks for sharing.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  7. I really love that last quilt. Really makes me think of fall. All your quilts are pretty.

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  8. Lovely quilts Marjorie. I really like that sunflower and the piece you did with the left overs, gorgeous!

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  9. Your quilts for the children and others are obviously works of love. The sunflower is stunning. nelljeancam@gmail.com

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  10. Thanks for sharing all your great projects. Sew pretty! Also, thanks for the great giveaway.

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  11. I am truly in awe of anyone who can hand quilt. Gorgeous quilts equal treasured heirlooms!

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  12. Beautiful work, I'm seeing all the beautiful crafted quilts and now know I should have stayed out of this hop.

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  13. Lovely quilts. I haven't hand quilted anything and probably never will.

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  14. I love people like you who love to hand quilt! It certainly is not my thing. Your work is beautiful!

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  15. Love the yellow thru orange fans.... I had dyed a bit of fabric to work with those colors this past summer and have the major blocks pieced and now need to set it together...

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  16. Beautiful projects. I love to hand quilt, but I ma not very fast at it, yet. Thanks for sharing.
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com

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  17. You do beautiful handwork! Not my style but beautiful just the same!

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  18. Really enjoyed seeing your beautiful quilts!

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  19. Your quilts are beautiful. I love the one you made for today, it is so creative. Thanks for sharing your story and your work.

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  20. Your quilts are beautiful. I love the one you made for today, it is so creative. Thanks for sharing your story and your work.

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  21. Lovely quilts. Love the Remembrance Poppy.

    syvisser@gmail(dot)com

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  22. Beautiful work. Your remembrance poppy quilt is my favorite.

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  23. I so appreciate anyone who hand quilts. I just don't have the patience. Thank you for sharing your quilts.

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  24. I do enjoy reading your posts through my blog shelf reader and have enjoyed your quilts as you make them. Thanks for sharing!
    krbassoc57@gmail.com ( in case I am a no reply blogger still)

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  25. lovely projects. wow to hand quilt a whole quilt or more. i am in awe.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  26. So many beautiful quilts...you are so gifted in this quilting thing! I love, love, love the leaves! Is it a pattern or did you just make that up as you went along?

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  27. Thanks for sharing your varied and beautiful projects. Particularly love the one with the black background and all those lovely hot! colors.

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  28. I love your beautiful hand stitching and use of color. Thank you for sharing.

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  29. WoW Marjorie, these are all so stunning, I can't even pick a favorite, I simply love them all.. You always amaze me tho, you have a style that is all your own and that's hard to come by.. I always look forward to what your up to and what your doing. Thank you for sharing your beautiful story and your wonderful projects today. Simply Amazing. Hugs!!

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  30. I love your Remembrance quilt -- the title, along with the red poppies made me wonder if maybe you are from the UK. They don't have Memorial Day there, theirs is called Remembrance day. Anyhow, thank you. I enjoyed looking at your quilts. lynnstck(at)yahoo.com

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  31. So many beautiful quilts. Talent galore. Jmikebalou (at) aol dot com

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  32. Wow you have so many beautiful quilts. I think the red poppies is my favorite.

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  33. Thanks for sharing these neat projects! Happy Easter!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  34. Hi Marjorie!
    I like the poppy quilt the best. Maybe it's because I am from California and that is our state flower.
    Rosemary

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  35. I am so jealous of those who can hand quilt. My mom did that, but I never had the patience. :) I love that sunflower! Thanks for the chance to win some thread.

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  36. What fun - showing off all your lovely quilts. Thanks for sharing.

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  37. Your Remembrance Poppy has been a favorite of mine too. crystalbluern at tds dot net

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  38. Love your sun colors in waiting to be quilted. Very good post, thanks for sharing.

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  39. Pretty collection of quilts. The fallen leaves and the 2 orange ones are my favorites. Keep up the good work. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  40. The poppy one is still one of my favorite. All very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  41. You have made so many beautiful quilts!

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  42. The poppy one is still one of my favorite. All very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  43. I love the hockey quilt. You are so talented making your beautiful limb and leaves quilt from leftovers.

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  44. Thank you for sharing you lovely quilt creations...Very creative.

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  45. Your quilts are beautiful - thanks for showing and sharing what you have done. Inspirational. alexplus4@hotmail.com

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  46. Lovely quilts, thanks for sharing

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  47. Lovely quilts, Think I might be too late for the giveaway. Was worth the trip to your site though, so that is good.

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  48. All your quilts are lovely, but I am drawn to the sunflower and the leaf pieces. Just beautiful.

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  49. I love your tree with the yellow leaves. Reminds me of the tree right outside of my studio. I can see that branch and the leaves falling down. Soon to be budding new leaves! Thanks for the chance of the giveaway onlydiamonds at hotmail dot com

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  50. I love your quilts. Thank you for sharing!
    Dmac5958ataoldotcom

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  51. Beautiful vibrant work! aynot1983@yahoo.com

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  52. Beautiful vibrant work! aynot1983@yahoo.com

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  53. I have long admired your beautiful quilts, always an inspiration.

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  54. Oh, such lovely work! I especially like your poppies.

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  55. Nice quilts! Thank you for sharing.

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  56. Wonderful quilts, and such a different variety!. Thanks for sharing!

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  57. Thanks for sharing the story of your quilting journey. I think it's great that your mother-in-law introduced you to quilting.
    I love the leafed branch you made with leftover scraps.

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  58. I've been enjoying all the stories of quilting and finding new blogs through this hop. Thank you for sharing.

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  59. Lovely quilts especially the leaf one and the orange/yellow log cabin-esque quilt and the poppy quilt as they all remind me of Springtime. I follow you so I get to see your inspirational work regularly.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  60. All lovely quilts, but I think the last one is my favourite.

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  61. Very pretty quilts. Lovethe Daisy

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  62. I admire those who have the patience to hand quilt large pieces. That's not me. I have done two wall hangings with the "big stitch" that's popular now. Thanks for showing us what you do. Beautiful.

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  63. Very nice looks like you went crazy for a good thing.....Nice tshirt quilt.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  64. I love all you quilts but I especially like the leaf one.

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  65. Lovely quilts. Thank you. tljeo@yahoo.com

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  66. Oh my gosh, I bet your grandsons loved their hockey rink quilts. Your quilts are all wonderful. raydeer@memlane.com

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  67. Your Bargello is beautiful! I've never seen it designed like that.

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  68. I'm a happy follower! Kmcassie at gmail dotcom

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  69. Love your work! So pretty! My three favorites are the orange and black fans, the Bargello, and the branch. Thanks for sharing, oh, I follow you via email too. Almost forgot. vickise at gmail dot com

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  70. Lovely work - that hockey rink is a fun quilt.

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  71. Thanks for sharing your quilting story. You have some very lovely quilts.

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  72. Beautiful projects! Thank you for sharing!

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  73. Beautiful projects! Thank you for sharing!

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  74. What a legacy you have to share with future generations. I am always impressed with those of you who 'hand quilted'. Thank goodness machine quilting came into being as I'm sure there are many more quilters now than if we were still just doing it by hand.

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  75. Thank you for sharing your beautiful quilts! It's always fun to see what other quilters make.

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  76. Beautiful quilts, Marjorie. Thanks for sharing

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  77. Your quilts are stunning. I especially love the Remembrance Day Quilt.

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  78. Your quilts are all so beautiful I particularly like the red, orange and yellow one with the black background.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  79. Your quilts are all so beautiful! Your mother-in-law taught you well. I always considered my mother-in-law one of my best friends. Thanks so much for sharing your story and your lovely quilts.

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  80. Love your Remembrance Poppy quilt!

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  81. I am in awe of your hand quilting! I hope to someday have the time/ patience for more hand quilting the results are always so lovely.

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  82. Love your Remembrance Poppy quilt!

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  83. Your poppy quilt is stunning! I admire your fortitude in hand-quilting a quilt that size. The other quilts are beautiful too. Thanks for sharing them!

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  84. All of your quilts are gorgeous and I love your Poopy Quilt!! How did you make the branch with leaves? I really like it!

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  85. I am always in awe of your hand quilting. The Remembrance Poppy quilt is amazing.

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  86. Love the yellow flower. I could never hand quilt that many things in a million years.

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  87. Your quilts are beautiful. Thanks for sharing. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  88. Love your quilting! Love the Yellow Bloom & what you did with the leftovers! You are soooo Talented!

    thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! :)

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  89. Love your quilt Remembrance Poppies. Beautiful work

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  90. I love your rememberence quilt x

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  91. I love the falling leaves piece you did with leftovers. So elegant looking. :)

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  92. Your work is incredible! Gorgeous quilts!

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  93. Beautiful, particularly the remembrance poppy.
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

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  94. I love your beautiful quilts!

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  95. Love your quilts. Thanks for sharing in this blog hop!

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