Quilting Meme

Another post for today. I found these things called memes (pronounced meemes). According to Gayle’s Gallery’s blog, “a meme is something that travels quickly from one person to another, whether through e mail, blogs or some other way. When a meme is found on a blog it is usually a list, or series of questions that you answer, then ask others to do the same on their blog” So here is Gayle’s Quilting Meme, but answered by me.

Here are the rules:

Bold for things you’ve done
italic for things you want to do, and leave the rest normal.

 4 patch nine patch

log cabin
curved piecing by hand
curved piecing by machine
hand applique
hand applique with fusible / blanket stitch
reverse applique [ hand or machine ]
hawaiian applique
machine applique
whole cloth
english paper piecing by hand
strip or string piecing
kaleidoscope or mandala [ not stack and whack]
stencilled quilt
hand quilting
machine quilting
quilted commercially with a longarm machine
3D folded flowers
made a quilt on commission
sold a quilt other than a commission piece
taught quilting at any level
stack and whack
stack and slash
embellished with embroidery, beads, etc
celtic applique / bias work
Amish style quilt
Cathedral Windows
stained glass quilt [ any method ]
had an original design published
written a quilt book
scrap quilt

baltimore applique
sampler quilt
japanese design
foundation piecing
crazy patchwork
silk fabrics
cotton fabrics
woollen fabrics
row quilt
1930s or feedsack fabric
1880s reproduction fabric
tea cosy
item for an animal
hand dyed fabric
round robin
non-traditional quilt
traditional quilt
full sized bed quilt
bag or purse (times about 5)
patchwork or quilted clothing
pillow (does pillow case count here too?)
christmas themed [ quilt, wallhanging, stocking, etc ]
medallion quilt
raffle quilt
baby quilt
landscape quilt
participated in a group challenge
exhibited a quilt overseas
made a prize winning quilt
patchwork balls
flannel quilts
alphabet quilt
embroidered quilt

If you want to play along, copy this list to your blog and then follow the rules. (Here is a tip: copy and paste it into a Word document for easier formatting. If you highlight the list in Word, then click Edit, then Clear formatting, it will speed up the process.) Have fun!

 Wow, I guess I have done more than I thought I had.  There are a lot of things I still wish to learn though. Thanks Gayle and Randi who introduced me to the world of memes! Until Next time happy memming (is that a word?!), Anna L. 


August 17, 2007. Uncategorized.

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