Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Fitting things together

I am slowly but steadily heading for the finishing stages of this now.  I always find the last bit harder than the first stages; maybe that's because I start by happily making lots of separate bits but now I have to fit them together.  I have a few blocks and will make a few more, but this time with a bit of an eye to size instead of just doing what I feel like.   Right now I'm working on the bottom right hand corner, then I just need a slim piece to run down that side and I'll have got to my 60" square.  


11 comments:

  1. This does look like it would be a harder step.:)

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  2. Beautiful work, you are tenacious. That's the challenge, to hold onto your vision in the middle of getting it all to cooperate.

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  3. I've been enjoying your progress on these blocks. I enjoy this kind of patchwork but haven't done much of it. I'm learning by watching you--Thanks!

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  4. Yes you're definitely on the home stretch now!

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  5. It does get tricky when the pieces need a specific size. This quilt looks so good. I love the value range you used - and the colors. Beautiful!

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  6. Looking good Kaja - you'll have your floor back soon!!

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  7. Hi! This looks beautiful and interesting! I know I will love this quilt! x Teje

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  8. Love this and it is so interesting!

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  9. Hmm. It does look tricky at this stage.

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  10. It looks like it is going to be a really great quilt Kaja! This last fitting together part is the stage I would find the most difficult.

    I picked my AHIQ shape - wedges!

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  11. yep, components are fun to make, then the puzzle portion of the making begins. Looking very interesting as it goes together. LeeAnna

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