Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Just the next bit

Things are chugging along nicely at the moment.  Here's a reminder of where I had got to last time.


I start most days at the moment by laying out the bits I've done and then fiddling around the edges, usually in several areas at once, as you can see below.  I think this is a bit like warming up before a run; I'm just loosening up and getting ready to jump into things.  I'm not that careful about remembering where all the little bits go, so they tend to be different each time.  When something pleases me, that's the bit I focus on for the day.


So I'm still mostly over on the right hand side, and have added the bit at the top.


I don't want to tempt fate but this is coming along fairly easily at the moment. Long may it continue.

Linking up with Lorna at Sew Fresh Quilts for Lets Bee Social today.

11 comments:

  1. It is really growing nicely and I really am excited to see how it continues to come together for you.

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  2. It is coming along beautifully! I hope the ease continues too, I can't wait to see this when it's finished!

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  3. this really looks great...nice work hugs, Julierose

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  4. I love how this is coming along! And it's so interesting seeing how you work this out, thanx for sharing!

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  5. It is growing nicely. I hope it continues to play nicely and you keep enjoying it.

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  6. I think my favorite parts are the small flags and the triangles. You're on a roll.

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  7. Kaja - it is so exciting watching this quilt coming together, you have amazing improv skills!

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  8. Kaja
    It is stunning! The middle reminds me of a Mariners Compass.
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    blessingsofthread.blogspot.com

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  9. Kaja, your project is just fabulous! The bits are all so pretty together. It just keeps getting better each week.

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  10. This is such a stunning project. It grows more beautiful every time I see it :)

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  11. It looks like you're making blocks to fit together, but I love the way each block is in itself improv. It's fascinating seeing how you're going about it.

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