Wednesday, 30 August 2017

WIPW - Nearing the Finishing Line

Work In Progress Wednesday.

My snails on
Trinity Green
are slowly nearing the finishing line.
I have endured the heat and quilted 10 lines. The count now stands at 32/37. Five more to go! I can almost see the sign 'Finish' somewhere in the distance.

14 comments:

  1. If not the sign, you can surely hear the crowds cheering you on!

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  2. It will be winter before we know it and you'll need this quilt!

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    1. ...and every time I see it I will think of the sweltering summer!

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  3. Good for you! Cheers!
    I think those 'snails' look more like waves.
    Lovely colors too.

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    1. You are right, they DO look like waves. When they come out of the machine they are vertical, so they must come from a tropical storm.

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  4. you will be lost when this project is done as it has kept you busy for a while now, can`t wait to see the quilt all done

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    1. I will be HAPPY when this project is done! As I am chasing the last rout of snails (apparently this is the collective noun for snails) across the quilt, I will be planning my next project!

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    1. I am beginning to see the end of this endless quilting project. I really want to have it done with!

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  6. It isn't far now. How are you going to bind the quilt?

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    1. It is indeed nearing the end.
      I will use a simple binding, no border or prairie point or other fancy stuff.

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  7. Beautiful! This is such a labor of love. I look forward to seeing your finish.

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    1. Very soon. I have posted the second last WIPW report today, and hope to show the completed quilt next Wednesday.

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