MAGPIE'S MUMBLINGS

A blog about my interests, which include crazy quilting and various and assorted other artsy pursuits and sometimes known to contain mumblings of a random nature.

Monday, May 28, 2018

Another one finished!

Over the weekend I finished the latest of my barn series...




This quilt measures approx. 28"x20" and is for sale.  If you're interested, please contact me!

- There are a number of free bag patterns available HERE.

- If you like knitting toe-up socks, perhaps the formula found HERE might be of use.

- THIS is a rather cute little bag pattern that would have multitudes of uses.

- I'm not sure what I feel about the work of THIS artist.  It's interesting but as I said, I'm not sure.

- If you happen to like bugs, perhaps THIS pattern might intrigue you? Or perhaps THIS one? Or THIS , THIS  or THIS?

Another anonymous quote..."Be thankful for all the troubles that you don't have"


12 comments:

  1. This barn is beautiful Mary Anne! I love it! It has been wet here, so I haven't walked past my barn here to take a photo. Hopefully tomorrow! Christine x

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  2. You new work is wonderful.

    Thanks for the purse link. I'm not sure about that artist...a bit creepy.

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  3. Another great piece.

    Have a wonderful week ~ FlowerLady

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  4. Wow Maryanne your barn is awesome looks so real,well done my friend your beautiful your work is amazing xx

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  5. Beautiful job on the barn. You have been busy! Purse link is interesting. Saved the link for this one.

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  6. Your latest barn is fabulous, Mary Anne! Yes, there are some problems that I am very thankful for having not shown up at my doorstep.

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  7. Super lovely, Mary Ann.
    I like the way you faced it too.
    And the flowers!

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  8. Your latest Barn Quilt is stunning and the 3D effect of the tree is perfect. You are amaziing with your photo to quilts barns. I am not so sure about the black stitched fabric art either. I am always reminded of how truly blessed I am every day. Things could be so much worse and I am grateful for all I do have.

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  9. The barn looks great. I love the way the tree forms part of the edge of the quilt.

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  10. I'm going to go back and look at all those links. This barn is absolutely gorgeous. As I looked at an embiggened picture, I was thinking how versatile your talent is . I always enjoy seeing your work and exploring the links that interest YOU.
    xx, Carol

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  11. It's beautiful, Mary Anne! I love the daisies in the for3ground. And I love how the tree extends beyond the edges of the quilt.

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  12. It’s gorgeous, Mary Anne!

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