Friday, 23 June 2017

Nearly there

There was just one wee gap left to fill...
 ...and I had quite a few bits and pieces waiting to be used...

...so I made a few more, tinkered around a bit and filled it.
I've even made on sewing all my bits together.  I think I have an order that will work, though there are lots of partial seams ahead.  The first few went without incident, so fingers crossed.  All being well I am on track to finish in time for next week's AHIQ linkup on Tuesday.

11 comments:

  1. Liking those little bits of bright florals--great choice--Love how this is all coming together---
    I am STILL making coin strips..using all those little pieces--nothing even together yet. Just parts and part...hahaha
    hugs, Julierose

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  2. I love this more every time I see it!!!

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  3. Looking great! I love watching the evolution of your quilt tops, but this is really the exciting part.

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  4. The wee gap needed that wee quarter log cabin! Partial seams can be a challenge to figure out which to sew first. I think you will be fine in getting your top together. It is so cool and much more complex than my denim quilt.

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  5. Congrats on your final bits. You have put lots of thought and work into it. Can't wait to see the reveal.

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  6. Love how it's all coming together...and how great all the different fabrics work together. Looking forward to seeing it completed!

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  7. Have I missed your working title? I see this as an English day at the beach in summer. Banner flags fluttering, soft blues of the water and sky, striped awnings, beach chairs. You have a way... and the journey is always fun to watch.

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  8. Those triangular bits add so much to the project. The whole thing is coming along nicely.

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  9. This reminds me of neighborhoods / courtyards with banners flying for a festival.

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  10. I defnitely think this reminds me of the seaside , the little flags you get bunting style on boats . It really gives me the impression of a happy quilt

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