Wednesday, 4 April 2018

WIPW - Edged and Portrayed

Wednesdays come round so quickly and it is hard to keep up the progress for Work In Progress Wednesday. 

It is nearing midnight and I have just put the edge on the purple

Crazy for Crazy

block. 
 This was really fun to make and I can hardly wait to start on the next block, which will be ruby red.

I pulled out various pieced of red from my stash.

I also made another
Stumpwork Portrait
This was then turned into a greeting card.
The recipient of the card is strongly connected to the turquoise silk I used for the dress and I hope this fabric will evoke fond memories.

22 comments:

  1. Your crazy block is very pretty and I love the stumpwork lady.

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    1. Thank you. The lady's face is rather wide, though, wouldn't you say?

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  2. You have some gorgeous red fabrics there - just as rich and wonderful as the purples!

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    1. I am lucky to know a dressmaker who specializes in evening gowns and from time to time I get scraps of fancy fabric. Red seems to be a popular party colour.

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  3. Time does fly doesn't it?
    You've done beautiful work Queenie, your edging finish and getting your reds out.
    The new stump work is a work of art, lovely, your friend will enjoy it.

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    1. Oh, I wish I had more free time or that time would pass more slowly. The hours are just swishing past!

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  4. Beautiful work and a very elegant lady.

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  5. Your crazy patch is just beautiful.

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    1. Thanks. I enjoyed making it so much!

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  6. The purple is fabulous and the reds you've pulled are gorgeous. The card recipient will love it!

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    1. After doing Trinity Green out of green stuff in my stash it is nice to make these monochrome cq blocks out of other colour in the stash.

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  7. Lovely work. The hexagon frames really set off each one.
    Gorgeous red fabrics. Nice to see your Stumpwork ladies again.

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    1. I hadn't made a stump work portrait in a long time and it was really fun to make one. I wish I had had more time to dress her more properly in some realistic looking garment.

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  8. brilliant queenie, I love this sort of quilting, I can't wait to see your red one, the material looks lovely.

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    1. Oh, I do love crazy quilting. You can pile on as much as you like! Some of the red fabric will be a challenge to stitch, though.

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  9. I so, so, so, LOVE your stumpwork!!!

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    1. Thank you! Making a tutorial I on my bucket list!

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