Wednesday, 28 January 2015

WIPW - Does this count as progress?

Work In Progress Wednesday
I have made such little progress I don't think it counts...
(Much time have been taken up by the quilt show in Tokyo and family matters.)

Pile 'em On
I just added a short bit of TAST #69 Buttonholed Double Chain in blue.
There is no need to comment on this post!

Hopefully there will be much more to report next week!

10 comments:

  1. You at least have tried to keep at it. The rest of us are still on vacation.

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  2. Of course we need to comment on your nice stitches, every stitch is progress! Great to see this tricky stich again.

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    1. Thank you! It has been a hectic week.
      The Buttonholed Double Chain was so much easier this time compared to when I first learned it. It proves that stitches 'mature' in our brains?!

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  3. Annet said it for me - every stitch is progress. A few stitches now and again and before you know it, the piece will be done.

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    1. That is true. Actually I just added these stitches to have SOME progress to show! The rest of the week has been full of quilts and family matters.

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  4. Sorry Queenie, just had to say how fabulously interesting this is becoming..........
    hugs
    Chris Richards xx

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    1. It will take some time before this projects is completed. I started as a way to 'let off steam' by stitching roughly and not giving a hoot about tangling threads. Then I have no TIME to let off steam!

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  5. A little progress is better than no progress Queenie. I enjoyed looking at all the beautiful quilts,thanks a lot for sharing all those wonderful quilt show photographs.

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    1. You are welcome. Writing up the reports from the quilt show has been a great way for me to re-visit the show through my photographs.
      I hope to have some stitching to show on next WIPW report.

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