Monday Morning Star Count 6

It's been a slow week for EPP over here.. I did manage to finish my 3rd star, and baste about 40 more hexies, but I'm not feeling too bad about it.  I pulled out my sewing machine (!!!) and whipped up a comfy, girly, couch quilt for a very special friend and I hope to share pictures of that soon.
I am faithfully bringing my sewing kit with me everywhere still, you never know when someone will take a nap and you'll have a free minute.   This past week I got a lot of basting done at the local pool while George was at swimming lessons..

Have you been stitching anywhere fun lately?

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  1. They look great!

    I have been doing a fair bit of EPP. I am sewing some 1" hexies, and also started on the Spring Carnival pattern from I'm A Ginger Monkey. But I'll definately have a pack of EPPs ready to bring with me to Greece!

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  2. I love your Hexiestars.

    Greetings, Manuela

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  3. Jessica, it's not letting me link up. It says submissions start August 5th?????

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    1. OMG, thanks for letting me know, Trina! I just fixed, please try again!!

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  4. These stars are just sooooo beautiful, I must try something like it as soon as I've got a little free time on my hands. That is... in... godknowshowmany quilts ;)

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    1. And there I forgot the most important thing, the most interesting places we did EPP in the last weeks. For me it was the cloisters of a baroque abbey. It strangely felt fitting to do that and it was funny to be asked by the Sisters living in the Convent what I was doing.

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  5. I love the colorfulness! Watching colors interact is one of the fun things about patchwork!

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  6. Hi there! I hope it's OK if I join in. I've been following along for about a month, and decided to jump in with my first star completed. Love those colors, and what a great use of pool time!

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  7. Hi Jessica,
    Your stars look great. I love how bright they are. I know what you mean about taking your project everywhere with you. I feel really odd without my epp project. It is now one of the first things I grab if I am leaving the house. I even thought about just leaving it in the trunk of the car, so I would only work on it when away.

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  8. I love your book. I am working with hexagons to start. I really love EPP.

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  9. I would love to sew hexies with you at the pool! or the park! Just let me know when and where...

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  10. My stitching was nill this week because of the poison oak on my eyelid...hopefully this week will be better and next Monday I will have something to show...I am going to enjoy seeing everyone's progress for this week...

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  11. I hang out and stitch at the Museum of Modern Art in Sapporo between classes and this week I worked on my hexagons. I had several people come over to see what I was doing. I wish my Japanese was such that I could really tell them!

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