Thursday, 3 December 2015

Rounding up my circles

Just for Audrey's link up, here are all my circles so far.  I am loving this project - it's a relatively painless way to sneak a little more sewing in, and it gets done even on days when nothing else does.  Not to mention the fun of seeing what lots of other people are doing with the same idea.


16 comments:

  1. Looking great too Kaja. Love. The cohesiveness of your blocks, what are are they? They look as if they're small and intimate to me. Which makes it very appealing. Planning to share mine later on... Been terrible for photography though hasn't it!

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    1. I'm all fingers and thumbs on this phone... What *size* are they? I can see what they are!!!

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  2. Love :) Because they remind me of moons in a night sky I think at some point...your birthday or something, you should make one gold star to shine in the sky :)

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  3. It really is an easy project for the day. So great to see all the different variations, yours included. The denim is just a 'you' touch! Thanks so much for playing along.:)

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  4. All these beautiful blue shades. It will be a great quilt.

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  5. They look lovely all together - very calming and soothing, somehow. I love Deb's idea of having one gold star!

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  6. Your circles glow against the denim squares, like a full moon in a clear cold night sky. Wonderful start!

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  7. Love your use of denim for your circles, as already mentioned very soothing blues. I also enjoyed reading your page about slow stitching & guess I'm one too as I love to hand piece using the English paper piecing method so nothing gets finished quickly in my quilting world either!

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  8. Wow! you really have worked on them. The number is increasing so soon you'll have enough to take to the next step. I'm getting curious as what the plans are, but I know, you work organically so there may not be a plan. I love that! (And I may be getting better at it. :-)

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  9. Good contrast, that has lots of possibilities.

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  10. That's going to be a lot of denim. Hope your family doesn't grab their jeans and run for the hills! So clever. I love these.

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  11. It is wonderful Kaja and in the end it will look like you slaved away on this quilt!

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  12. *snort* Oh, Kaja, I can't believe you are the first one I've seen to "round up" your circles! Oi. But maybe some of the others will come around now too. :D

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  13. I agree. It does provide motivation to sneak in sewing as much as possible, even if it is just one little circle.

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