Sunday, 13 March 2016

One thing at a time

This is my new motto (at least for this week...) so today I am just quilting.  

Build Me a Wall is not very big, just small lap quilt sized, but that means that a little bit of quilting seems to go a long way.  Happily I am starting to like it much better as I get back into the swing of it and have a clearer idea of what I'm doing.  


17 comments:

  1. Wow -- I really like these little 'windows' of bright color in this piece! The quilting around the squares is perfect for it. Enjoy a day of stitching! :)

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  2. Nothing better than letting some hand quilting wake up a quilt and bring it to life!!!!!

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  3. I'm glad you're getting in the spirit with this one again. I really like it, so I'm happy to see it progressing!

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  4. Mind if I borrow your motto for my week too? Love those tiny stitches!

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  5. Beautiful colors and pretty quilting stitches. It all looks so fun.

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  6. Your quilting is looking good. We all need that motto...

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  7. Still love these pops of colour and pleased you're back into the quilting.

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  8. Peek-a-boo stitching. I love this! It all feels so mellow.

    Julie @ Pink Doxies

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  9. Good for you, I love what you're doing! When did you start 'Build me a Wall'?

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  10. I really like this - so interesting. The unique fabrics, the reverse applique, the hand quilting - so lovely. Great motto.

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  11. Oooo! I like that snapshot very much! Beautiful colours!!

    -Soma

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  12. I remember this top but can't recall if you faced the holes or simply needle turned them. I'm glad your feeling much better and that this quilt is back in progress.

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  13. It's wonderful to see your progress on this quilt. Your stitches are beautiful, and I just love those little "windows."

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  14. It's so cool to see that close up view of your windows. I love how they look with your hand stitching Kaja!

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  15. I really do like this idea, almost like windows into a fabrics past life - if it were reused fabrics lol Super in any fabric though!

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