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Late Friday Five

1. What is your favorite night to watch tv? I don't know if I have one - there isn't anything I am all that crazy about these days.
2. Show off your favorite quilt picture. Well, since we're talking about crazy quilts, here's a block:
crazy-quilt block #1
3. Do you own any wearable quilts? Nope. I'm chunky enough without any help.
4. Do/have you crazy quilted? I've done a few blocks. It's fun but I don't know if I'll ever finish anything. (also it gets very expensive if you get into silks and vintage buttons and so forth)
5. In December's Edition of the Quilter's Home it mentions quilting tattoos. Do you tattoo? No. Fear of needles.

Comments

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quilting_cindy
Feb. 11th, 2007 02:28 am (UTC)
Love the fabric in that block!
mellificent
Feb. 11th, 2007 04:19 am (UTC)
I think the center fabric is a Maggie Walker fabric.
anjea
Feb. 11th, 2007 02:55 am (UTC)
Fear of needles, yet has a hobby that involves needles. *smirk*

Sorry, that just struck me as amusing. :D

Very pretty block - I love the fabrics and different stitches!
mellificent
Feb. 11th, 2007 04:17 am (UTC)
Yeah, I was aware that that was somewhat ironic. However, quilting doesn't usually involve piercing yourself with those needles!
anjea
Feb. 11th, 2007 06:24 am (UTC)
I've stabbed myself twice on the machine, and countless times with handwork...

churlish, thespianmonsalv, and deanae made fun of me because I described the handwork piercings as "active" and "passive" stabbings. Active stabbings are when you push the needle through the fabric and straight into a finger on the other hand. Passive stabbings are when you kind of accidentally prick yourself, like when you have a binding pinned in place and accidentally run into one of those pins.

They gave me a hard time because no one else would have a need to describe active and passive needle stabbings. :D
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