Wednesday, 15 February 2017

WIPW - +432

It has been a tail chasing day but finally I have found the time to file my Work In Progress Wednesday report.

Trinity Green
I have cut more fabric pieces, added 432 new triangles to paper strips and joined them together into two 'snakes'.
In total I now have 7.668 triangles stitched for this quilt.

Fabric in Focus
This fabric,  kindly given to me by Julie, always makes me think of a cross word puzzle. 




8 comments:

  1. Good progress. the fabric is focus is lovely!

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    1. I am fond of many of the prints in this quilt, but each and every one has a meaning or history. It will be a personal I Spy Quilt.

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  2. I wish I lived closer, I have so many green fabrics you could use.

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    1. Thank you, Jenni, but I think I have just about the right amount to complete the quilt and make a couple of cushions to go with it.

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  3. Good progress, little by little gets it done!
    Sometimes I get impatient with my work, of course that never helps.
    Then I'm reminded by seeing your project to relax and enjoy the whole process.

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    1. I used to be so impatient, too, especially as I was nearing the end of a project. More often than not were these UFOs shelved for a long time.
      Maybe I have matured, but these days I make sure I continue and see it through. 10 minutes a day is the (unwritten) rule for me! Little by little!

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  4. So good to have more triangles cut and more stitched. There is a huge amount of work going into this quilt which will be amazing when finished.
    I like the checkered fabric and the tones.

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    1. I am quite found of the various tasks: selecting fabric, cutting it into triangles, sorting them, stitching them to to paper, joining them to each other into 'snakes' and so on.
      Maybe the next step will be more monotonous, I am talking about removing the paper!

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