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Frozen Quilt


I bought the panel of Anna and Elsa and decided to make a Frozen quilt (ages ago, but in 2015) so I ordered a kit and have cut up the fabric and started making the "snowflakes" for the inner border. 

I decided that, if nothing else, I'd get in 15 minutes of sewing - something! anything! and this was the easiest project to tackle for the few minutes I had. 

A Costco near me just opened before the holidays and I found myself wandering around there instead of using my time (more wisely) to sew. 

I also stopped at Target and got a drying rack and plan to hang it from my A/C door to hold ironed fabric for another quilt I'm working on. Presently, it's hanging on my belly bar of my long arm machine, which should be loaded with a quilt top. I have to download the latest software and that task keeps getting pushed lower and lower on my To-Do-List. 

Happy New Year!!! Thanks for stopping by and commenting if you choose to do so. 

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  1. Love the colors of the Frozen Quilt. I'm sure it's going to be awesome.

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