Sacked and Stacked!

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Nine bags of quilts!

Well, it’s been a long haul and a load of work but I’m completely ready to hit the trail! Phew! and with a few days of reprieve, too!

What appears to be a pile of Santa sacks are actually the special carrier bags that I made for each of my entries into the Saskatoon Quilters Guild Show that is opening this weekend, October 27 & 28th. So much of my recent quilting has all been top secret due to the fact that some of my pieces entered into the exhibition will be judged and need to stay anonymous until the show opens. Some quilts have been posted earlier, before I had decided to enter the show but five out of the nine are entirely brand new works, so there has been quite a marathon of quilting happening in the studio lately. And then there were the BAGS!!! NINE of them… and I thought they’d never end. But I made the decision early on to create bags which would be sturdy and well made, that could be used over a long period of time for many years to come, and hopefully I’d never have to make another one in my lifetime, ha! ha! Oh, don’t get me wrong, I truly love how they turned out – they are made of a heavy upholstery fabric on the bottom half for strength and protection, with a bold bright print on the top to make them unique and therefore, easy to identify. I obviously didn’t have to make them so elaborate but I wanted them to have personality and I know for sure that I will make good use of them for a long time. But, Boy! Oh! Boy! were they tedious to make!

All nine quilts will be delivered to Saskatoon at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday morning and I will be attending the Grand Opening on Thursday evening, and the regular show, which opens at 10:00 a.m. on Friday morning. There will be plenty of photo opportunities and I’m hoping to have some great quilts to show you over the next week or so, as I finally get back into the swing of regular postings.

In the meanwhile, I’ve been working through my scrap bins again and started making a new series of blocks as a ‘winter’ project. I find this is a fun way to use up those leftover stash fabrics and end up with a lovely scrappy quilt, that also serves as a documentation of fabrics from past projects.

The first twelve blocks for a new project

I can’t wait to make more of these blocks as they are fast and fun to sew together. Although I’m not sure yet how large I want this one to be, I’m quite sure the blocks will add up quickly and I’ll have a lovely new winter quilt in no time at all. I may have to resort to using the blocks as an ‘in between’ project as I still have a couple of  quilts on my list that need finishing up before this year ends. Keep watching for lots of new posts and in the meantime…

happy stitching,

as always, carol

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4 Responses to Sacked and Stacked!

  1. Tammy says:

    Love how your sacks turned out…at least they are not sad :) !! I am SO excited to hear all about it when you venture back home! xoxo

  2. carol says:

    Oh! Silly Tammy! You know that quilting could never make me a ‘sad sack’. The show totally exceeded my expectations! Stay tuned for lots of news. bubby xoxox

  3. Janine says:

    A nice pattern was this one we had for historical monthly quilt?

  4. carol says:

    Hi, Janine, to answer your question – no this was not one of the blocks from my Historical Quilts workshop. It came from a book in my collection and I may have an extra copy of the book for sale, if you’re interested.

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