Wednesday, 19 April 2017

WIPW - Hangover?

It might be the hangover after Easter, or the sudden heatwave in Tokyo, or the backlog of work, but something has hampered the WIPW (Work In Progress Wednesday) this week.

Trinity Green
Only a few more sections have been added to the flimsy.



Greeting Card
In stead I spent a couple of hours making a greeting card, but can not reveal its design yet. So here is an out-of-focus teaser:

I hope to have much more to show next week.

18 comments:

  1. I often hear about students with hangovers (or over hangers as some of them say). I was going to be very surprised if you wrote you had that! Every bit is progress and this quilt top is looking great.

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    1. I was trying to be funny, and say I had an excess of Easter (reflecting, exchanging greetings, cleaning, cooking, baking, eating, decorating, clearing up....)

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  2. Now I'm trying to visualise your out-of-focus teaser _in_ focus!

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    1. You have about a week to figure it out, then I will post the photo in focus.

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  3. Trinity Green is looking good! The sashing is a super idea.
    I like what I can see of the colors in your greeting card, look forward to seeing more.

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    1. The colours are soft, the embroidery is made in wool.

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  4. liking the splash of purple in the sashing. Good to know it was not a proper hangover you were suffering from!

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    1. I didn't realize there was so much purple in the marbled fabric; when I bought it I thought it was all green... but maybe it is good to add a bit of variation in the sashing...

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  5. I like your idea of sashing. it looks lovely. looking forward to see your greeting card. the picture is good teaser.

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    1. The embroidery on the card is made in wool so it was very easy to make a fuzzy picture!

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  6. I will look forward to your card design, I am sure that it will be worth waiting for!

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    1. I tried to use mainly TAST stitches; I really need to try out some of the unusual ones more often....

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  7. Well, it's progress! Love the touch of purple.

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    1. I like the different style sashing on TG.

      I can see the out-of-focus card better without my glasses. LOL

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    2. You see can see the blurred image better without your specs? I will have to try that trick!

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  8. Every added row will make it grow. Now, that almost sounds poetic!

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    1. It is not poetic when you realize you have made a small mistake and have to rip and re-sew some seams!

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