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Thursday, 4 December 2014

December Journal Quilt

Deborah O'Hare

Well I am giving myself a pat on the back because I have done it! I have completed all of the Journal Quilts for the year.

Deborah O'Hare

Not that great an achievement you might be saying. What's all the fuss about?
The truth is that when I began this I wasn't completely sure that I would get the the other end. That I wouldn't be bogged down in the other things that I have to do.

Deborah O'Hare

Also....the group coordinators are quite strict. You can't go more than three months without having posted your efforts and you have to let them know if you are not going to complete. No slinking off into the corner and letting things slide.

I think I would have done it anyway because I have got such a lot out of the experience, but I will save all of that for an overview post soon.

Deborah O'Hare

For those beady eyed among you who have noticed the red seepage I have to inform you that it was deliberate. I was actually hoping for a bit more and I hope to experiment with this a bit further in the future.


  1. De-lurking to say... how beautiful! My favourite. The colours....the colours... everything.

  2. I can't wait to see the overview post and a summary of your experiences. Nothing like a publicly posted challenge to keep one on task.


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