Churn Dash in Happy Go Lucky

Churn Dash in Happy Go Lucky

#TRAPUNTA PIUMONE NAPOLI CALCIO #piumone #calcio #napoli #letto

#TRAPUNTA PIUMONE NAPOLI CALCIO #piumone #calcio #napoli #letto

Oh my gosh! How easy is this, would have saved me a lot of time on a few projects I have been working on

Oh my gosh! How easy is this, would have saved me a lot of time on a few projects I have been working on

I'm not a chess player nor a stitcher, but this is very creative and obviously took quite a bit of work!!!!

I'm not a chess player nor a stitcher, but this is very creative and obviously took quite a bit of work!!!!

I need Quana to make me one of these!Jigsaw quilt

I need Quana to make me one of these!Jigsaw quilt

Low volume prints with a lot of white. I love this. Quilting In The Rain

Low volume prints with a lot of white. I love this. Quilting In The Rain

Scrappy Charm Squares...use with my scrap stash. The inside squares could be different sizes.

Scrappy Charm Squares...use with my scrap stash. The inside squares could be different sizes.

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at http://www.etsy.com/listing/123062978/country-western-lap-quilt

Country Western Lap Quilt

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at http://www.etsy.com/listing/123062978/country-western-lap-quilt

I was a little late to the party but apparently I was fashionably late because it's still going on. I jumped into the Nested Churn Dash quilt along and it's been lots of fun. My friend Quiltjane of Wa

I've been doing the Nested Churn Dash...have you? (Stop staring and start sewing!)

I was a little late to the party but apparently I was fashionably late because it's still going on. I jumped into the Nested Churn Dash quilt along and it's been lots of fun. My friend Quiltjane of Wa

You simply place your little squares on top of another piece of fabric + batting + backing, and you sew down the edges.  Throw it in the wash and poof!  There you have it.  No piecing involved!

You simply place your little squares on top of another piece of fabric + batting + backing, and you sew down the edges. Throw it in the wash and poof! There you have it. No piecing involved!

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