Sunday, 13 March 2016

One thing at a time

This is my new motto (at least for this week...) so today I am just quilting.  

Build Me a Wall is not very big, just small lap quilt sized, but that means that a little bit of quilting seems to go a long way.  Happily I am starting to like it much better as I get back into the swing of it and have a clearer idea of what I'm doing.  


17 comments:

Denise :) said...

Wow -- I really like these little 'windows' of bright color in this piece! The quilting around the squares is perfect for it. Enjoy a day of stitching! :)

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

Nothing better than letting some hand quilting wake up a quilt and bring it to life!!!!!

Monica said...

I'm glad you're getting in the spirit with this one again. I really like it, so I'm happy to see it progressing!

Anonymous said...

Mind if I borrow your motto for my week too? Love those tiny stitches!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

Beautiful quilting stitches here : )

Jennifer said...

Beautiful colors and pretty quilting stitches. It all looks so fun.

The Cozy Quilter said...

Your quilting is looking good. We all need that motto...

Mystic Quilter said...

Still love these pops of colour and pleased you're back into the quilting.

Julie said...

Peek-a-boo stitching. I love this! It all feels so mellow.

Julie @ Pink Doxies

Deb A said...

Very pretty.

janie krig said...

Good for you, I love what you're doing! When did you start 'Build me a Wall'?

Shasta Matova said...

I really like this - so interesting. The unique fabrics, the reverse applique, the hand quilting - so lovely. Great motto.

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

Oooo! I like that snapshot very much! Beautiful colours!!

-Soma

Ann said...

I remember this top but can't recall if you faced the holes or simply needle turned them. I'm glad your feeling much better and that this quilt is back in progress.

P. said...

It's wonderful to see your progress on this quilt. Your stitches are beautiful, and I just love those little "windows."

Lara B. said...

It's so cool to see that close up view of your windows. I love how they look with your hand stitching Kaja!

liniecat said...

I really do like this idea, almost like windows into a fabrics past life - if it were reused fabrics lol Super in any fabric though!