Wednesday, 13 October 2021

WIPW - Three Stitches

 Hurry, hurry to post your Work In Progress Wednesday report!

Log Cabin Challenge

I quilted no fewer than 26 blocks, they are marked in dark brown. This is a record number of blocks quilted in one week. Have I worked this hard because I am getting impatient and really want to finish this quilt?

Sunday Stitch School Stitch Sampler
Here I added three stitches, also a record, I usually add two.
The new stitches were a line of #142 Ainu Stitch (or to be exact, Ie Shin Nin Ninu Chie Shiro Kouchou, as this variation of the Running Stitch is called in Ainu language).
#129 Olga's Petal Stitch was used to make a petal. I first appliquéd an oval and then stitched over it. Finally I used #59 Knotted Running Stitch along the edge of the petal.


  1. Beautiful work on your Log Cabins! So close to being finished.
    And the 'petal' is unique and exciting, applique first then stitch over that, then running stitch around!
    Your floral arrangement is filling out with lovely embellishing.

  2. You are on a roll with the quilt. No doubt you'd like this completed so you can start other new projects in mind. The three new stitches on the Sampler make a lovely design.

  3. That is a lot of quilting in one week! Go go Carin!

  4. Yes, I suspect there's a certain acceleration happening because you can see the end in sight!

  5. You are so close to a big finish! The sampler is filling out nicely too.


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