Sunday, 14 May 2017

One door closes...

another one opens, and it turns out that behind every door is a top waiting to be quilted.  Next in the quilting queue was All at Sea, which was nicely backed and basted and ready to go as soon as I finished the denim circles.

Not much more to say about it yet, but here's a picture.


As usual, I'm sharing this for Slow Sunday Stitching at Kathy's Quilts.  

15 comments:

  1. I have several quilts waiting to be quilted...they are in plastic bins, ready to go. I just need some time. I hope you show a picture of the entire quilt soon. The part you have shown today is just a tease!

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  2. OH this will be so fun to quilt! Enjoy every stitch!
    Thanks for linking up to Slow Sunday Stitching!

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  3. I only have one quilt waiting to be quilted. It is queen-sized so it needs to go to the long-arm quilter that I use. Enjoy your quilting.

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  4. Gosh, your quilting stitch is beautiful on this Kaja! It seems to me that it's really become very refined lately. What do you think?

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  5. I love your open door statement. There are always more quilt tops waiting their turn. The quilting on this one is just perfect.

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  6. I like the colors and your hand quilting is lovely.
    Great work.

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  7. This is one I love. There are loads of lighthouses on the west coast. I will have to document them on a quilt, too, some day.

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  8. Your stitches are so pretty! I'm looking forward to seeing more of this quilt.

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  9. I truly love this quilt - looking forward to seeing how you proceed with the quilting.

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  10. The quilting is going to add such nice texture to this one!

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  11. No rest for you! You are going to have to change the name of your blog from Sew Slowly to Sew at the speed of light! I recognize that blue polka dot fabric. I had bought many pieces in that line of fabric. It adds such a fun touch to your quilt.

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  12. One good thing leads to another as the saying goes :)

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  13. I don't remember all at sea , i will have to back up through the blog . The glimpse I see looks intriguing

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  14. Well, I'm certainly on Slow Sunday time by only just getting around to reading this post! I do enjoy watching your quilting progress and this quilt is no exception.

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  15. Oh, good! The lighthouses have made an appearance!

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