Sunday, 16 October 2016

Slow catching up

In the pause between finish off one quilt and starting work on quilting the next I wanted to get my 365 circles up to date.  That's a bigger job than I like to think. I have a few circles done bar the embroidery.


That doesn't look too bad, does it?  But now look - all these others are much further from being done.


On the bright side, once I've tackled these I will be up-to-date.  But I have to admit I also caved in and started quilting, so it might take longer than you would think!


Linking up with Kathy today for Slow Sunday Stitching.

16 comments:

  1. Wow, that is one ambitious project! Visiting from Slow Sunday Stitching.

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  2. Oh, the hand quilting you started looks fantastic. And every stitch counts, regardless of where you make it. :)

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  3. That hand quilting is gorgeous!

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  4. I agree with Cozy Quilter, beautiful hand quilting.

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  5. As long as you are moving projects forward, it's all good. The hand quilting looks fantastic.

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  6. I love your quilting. It's always so interesting and just a little unexpected. In this case, the angular lines work beautifully with the circles. It looks like a lot to do but you're so steady with the hand work that a few days just jumps everything forward. And you'll be all caught up again. Have a great week of stitching!

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  7. The colours in the piece you're quilting on are beautiful, as is your hand quilting!

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  8. What a great way to quilt the circles and backing blocks : )
    fabulous

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  9. Your quilting is exquisite. Enjoy those circles!

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  10. The quilting is great . How far ahead do you think it out ? Or does it just evolve too ?

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  11. I love the way the quilting looks. What size thread are you using?

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  12. Such beautiful thread! Is it variegated or are you using different colors?

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  13. Yum yum yum... that texture is just delicious!

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  14. Your quilting is beautiful on this, Kaja. So even! I am all envy. :D

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  15. I like the sneak peak of quilting! It is so hard to resist hand stitching when it's sitting right there. :) Looks great!

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