Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Some things to keep, some to remove

Yesterday I thought I was going to take the little chunk I had pieced and work out from it in one direction or another.  But I couldn't come up with something I liked so I decided just to work on a completely different bit and worry later about how they went together.
 As it happens I think they sit quite nicely next to each other.
At least two things in this photo will be gone when you see these bits again though.

8 comments:

Robin said...

So interesting. I love the way your mind works.

Julierose said...

Yes, what to leave in and what to take away--always a problem...
I like that red/black plaid fabric...hugs, Julierose

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

Ooh, I like that it has a bit of a dark to light progression right now!

patty a. said...

You are making putting together a piece I wish I could. The combinations of fabrics makes this look like a vintage quilt which I totally love. You at least are making some progress whereas I am still in recovery mode from helping to pack at my brother's house and spending time at the hospital with my SIL on Monday. I took last night off just to catch up and relax so maybe tonight after work I will have the energy to at least try and work on a project.

Mystic Quilter said...

They definitely play well together - I'm now waiting to see which two bits are going!

O'Quilts said...

THis is such a relaxing way to work..lovely

audrey said...

Love seeing the darker unit snuggled up with the lighter pieced unit. This is exuding a wonderfully old fashioned utility vibe already.:)

Ann said...

The pinwheels and hourglass make a good stop to your strips and at the same time, they are subtle. This will be another interesting quilt to watch progress.