Saturday, 6 February 2021

Not rushing - or not much

Slow going now.  Lots of interruptions and more than a little downright indecisiveness. I am trying to stay with this quilt and not rush it just because I want to start something new.  And yes, I could start the next thing before this is done, but I have learned my lesson the hard way and will not be trying any multi-tasking.

Anyhow, I have added the bottom strip and have started trying to figure out the right hand side: one more column and then this will be at a width I'm happy with.  At least, for once, I am in no danger of running out of fabric.


13 comments:

julieQ said...

I just have really enjoyed watching your creation come together. I love it!

Julierose said...

I really like how each column you add echoes something in the middle of the quilt...very nice work hugs, Julierose

Juliana said...

I'm really enjoying your process, too. I was looking at how you repeat certain colors--like the blue and orange--and how perfectly those repeated colors draw the eye all over the quilt. It's amazing to me and magical!

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

You're so very close! I hope that the last side comes together easily enough and my guess is you'll be working on something new before you know it. :)

O'Quilts said...

Really great Kaja...happy and uplifting xo

Robin said...

Such a fun eclectic design If you aren't going to run out of fabric, does that mean it could become larger than one more row on the right side? I have an old piece of fabric that looks like the kind of thing that might have been made into curtains in the 1950's. I keep thinking about it as you add each new element on this quilt. You are so creative.

Tawa said...

So inspiring seeing this coming together.

Sharon said...

So fun to watch this come together! I love the birds and houses together. These kind of quilts can be so slow to put together sometimes. I understand your frustration, but good of you to keep going. You're so close!

No, multi-tasking doesn't work so well for me either! Learned the hard way! hahaha!

patty a. said...

Maybe having too much fabric has been a problem and giving you too many choices. LOL!! You are almost at the finish line so go for it!

Linda @ kokaquilts said...

I've enjoyed watching how you put this together!

Diane Koch said...

Watching you put this together has been amazing to me. I am not very creative, and what a revelation to see its progress! I really like it!

Ann said...

It’s been a pleasure to watch you put this together. Good job for sticking with it. I’m learning to solo task these days, too. Much better.

Kim said...

It is always fascinating to visit you each time and see what lovely progress you have made. Another quilt filled with your magic.