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Things are finally returning to normal since returning from Quilt Market. I'm now working on this new pattern called Desert Donkeys. This quilt setting finishes at 38" x 47".
I am also working on this profile Donkey head block that finishes at 6" and 12" square.
I haven't sewn anything in over a month!!! But tonight I am away from home providing a Trunk Show for the Ancaster Quilt Guild. Can't wait to get out and meet some quilters in person!
Now... It's your turn for Show and Tell!!!
What have you been working on?
Keep On Quilting On!
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Oh, I love your saguaro cacti! Reminds me of my winter home in Arizona. We are now here and I can see them for myself. They are especially beautiful in the spring when they bloom. We are here for that. It's a feast to the eyes...just like your new quilt.
Love the donkey - very cute addition to the menagerie! :D
One month without sewing????? You need some machine time!
Such beautiful eyes on the donkey - love this block! Can't believe you went a whole month without sewing - enjoy your trunk show today!!
Love the donkey head! It would fit in perfectly in the animal quilt I'm making for my grandson, so far all the patterns I'm using are yours.
Trunk shows are the best! You will have a blast hosting it. I did one last year. Enjoy!
I love your different cactus blocks! :D
How cute!! I love the cactus and the little donkey! You are so talented!
What fun! Donkeys in this part of the world are usually grey so that's the colouring I am drawn to. Mum always speaks with love of the donkey they had on the farm they helped bring int he turf and he was grey so maybe that's got something to do with it too!
Such adorable donkeys!! Is there an animal you can't make!?! haha! Well done again :)
Your donkeys are so adorable! You are so inspiring with an unendless palette of ideas! You totally rock, Lorna! Keep it up and get back to sewing! Your spirit needs the sound of the sewing machine. ; ) Hugs, Karen
Cute donkey!! You'll need to make your way through all the animals.
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