No stashbusting…. but a lovely quilt instead

Updated — wordpress once again is being a PITA.  I don’t know why it won’t hold the photo on this post – it shows it to me, I publish, it disappears.  I’ll try again later to show you this lovely lovely quilt!.

Once again it’s stashbusting reporting day and once again – zip, zero, nada  — okay well I made a block for a magazine but seriously that doesn’t really add up to anything.  I’d hoped to get some projects layered last weekend but lost interest in that — one of these days. 🙂

So instead I’ll show you this lovely rendition of last year’s BOM project Granny’s Hankie.  It was made by Jennifer Padden, and here’s what she said when she emailed me the photo.

I thought I’d share my rendition of Granny’s Hankie.  It won an Honorable
Mention Award for me at the 2012 Capital of Texas QuiltFest this week in Austin,
TX.  I took some liberties with the border for my bedroom.  Thanks for such a
versatile pattern.  It was so much fun and it was my first hand applique
project. 

Congratulations Jennifer.  It turned out so lovely.  A very ambitious first applique project and you did a fantastic job! Wonderful color combination.

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