Sunday, 29 November 2015

Small bits, slow progress

This week's circles.  I think I'm going to start sewing these together as I go, probably by hand, so that might be a Sunday job.  They seem very basic compared to others I've seen, but I am sticking with it.  


And Inner City has progressed a bit. It's not huge so it feels like it is going fast, especially when the last two I have quilted have been really big.  Experience suggests, however, that in reality there are probably months of quilting this ahead of me.


10 comments:

tubakk said...

I love your denim projects, and this one is looking interesting. Maybe something to try for me?

Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

Inner City looks great! It is fun to get to see it again. :)

VivJM said...

Both projects are great. I love the simplicity of your circles & think they are very effective in the denim. Sewing them together by hand seems like a nice Sunday project :-)

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

i love the circles in denim...reminds me of night skies :)

Monica said...

If all the 365 projects were the same, it would be boring! I really like your denim ones, they force you to appreciate the subtle differences in the fabrics. Looking good!

Shasta Matova said...

Your circles look great! I think they look great all calm, and all the different shades of blue and the different size circles add a lot of interest.

Mystic Quilter said...

Great fabrics in this quilt - love the reds!

Caroline Heinrichs said...

Sweet seduction in those blues and blacks.

Ann said...

Your denim circles remind me why we love that fabric so much - all those glorious blues. I'm plugging away on my circles but seem better at pairing fabrics than hand sewing.

Stephie said...

I think it can be really difficult not to compare what we're doing with what others are doing, for me anyway. I love the simplicity of your circles, the way they might appear all the same, but they're really not at all. Yours will be a very cohesive quilt. And please don't finish Inner City before Christmas 2015 - I feel inadequate enough as it is, haha!