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Aug 20, 2011

Graduation & August Friday Night Sew-In Results

Armando graduated with honors from TSTC "Combination Welding"
I am very proud of him.  The ceremony was surprisingly brief with all the different certificates to give out and the crowd was fairly quiet.

Now to FNSI
(This photo is to show how the 3 inch blocks can be use around larger blocks)

I love unusual fabrics, collect them as often as I can. I also, like strip piecing, so after another project, I had plenty of strips leftover. I sewed them together and cut them on the diagonal into 3 inch squares. These will be used in my "When Nature Calls" BOM quilt as filler blocks, I think... LOL


Gene Black said...

Congrats to Armando.

I love your diagonal filler blocks.

Debbie said...

oh wow - what detail in your blocks!

Barb said...

What handsome young men...congrats to Armando!!

Merilyn said...

Copngratultions to the new graduate!
I love your collection of 'interesting' fabrics, they will add a lot of character to your finished piece!!!!

Doniene said...

Congratulations to Armando!!! As always your fabrics are fun!!


Sandra :) said...

Congratulations Armando! My dad was a welder :)

I love your string landscapey filler blocks - they look great framing the WNC blocks!

Pat said...

Congratulations to Armando and I love your "homemade" fabric for those border blocks. I'll have to try that sometime.

Heidi said...

Love the fabrics too! the quilt looks great. I'm glad you were able to make progress. Congrats on the graduation too!

Betty C said...

That looks really nice. You are so clever and creative. I like how you don't waste scraps.

Crazy Amy said...

Congrats Armando! I always wanted to learn to weld...

LOVE this BOM! great fabrics you are using. Really fun.


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