Sunday, January 6, 2019

Monday Making

This is what I want to do this week.
Sit down.
Thread a needle...
And get ALL the leaves on this quilt!

Some are appliqued on.
Some are still flopping around under pins.
:)

The kids go back to school tomorrow
so....
There's HOPE!!!!

What are YOU making
or HOPE to be making this week?????





16 comments:

  1. I have a few UFO's with floppy parts. Keep on truckin'!

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  2. Beautiful! Enjoy your new sewing week! :-)

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  3. Your quilt makes me smile. I'm looking forward to seeing the whole quilt!

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  4. this has to be my favorite quilt of yours--though they are all lovely...But something about this one really speaks to me...just lovely hugs, Julierose

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  5. This quilt is beautiful, just lovely!

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  6. Wow! That's gorgeous. Hope you can get in some stitching time with the kids back in school.

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  7. This is a great quilt- hope you meet your goals with the leaves!

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  8. Hope you find lots of time to sit and sew. It's beautiful!

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  9. This is just stunning! SOme time to slow down sounds good.

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  10. Nice to see this one again. It really does look amazing. I love how you did the snowball corners. Very clever. The kids in our area went back on Thursday. No 2 week vacation for them! I'm sure the peace and quiet will be advantageous to your quilting!

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  11. Lovely pattern, and your leaves are beautiful! Happy stitching ;)

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  12. The vines and leaves are the perfect addition to your quilt! First, I focused on the circles and then pop! I see the leaves! Very pretty! Your slow stitching project would be the perfect addition to any home!

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  13. That is so neat! Have fun stitching.

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  14. Your applique is going to be amazing! I love simple quilts dressed up with a little applique.

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  15. Love the bold, folky look of your quilt! Someday I'm gonna have to get serious about investing in more solid fabrics.:)

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