Little Houses Progress Part 2
I'm so loving this fun quilt along.
I dare say that Kaaren's way of doling out the next parts with lots of lead time is good for me and others too. I'm still cleaning out the camper and restocking for another Mr. GEQ and myself getaway at the lake this coming weekend. So yes, this post is scheduled and I'll read your comments when I get back to civilization.
Between cleaning out the sewing studio as well, I've found some new threads that I thought I had bought hiding behind one of my tables waiting for me. I've been slightly overwhelmed with fruit and veggies all coming in at the same time. There is only so much refrigerator space available to hold them while I'm visiting with family. I made slow progress.
I did find the tedious chore of rotary cutting and leaning over my table to be a bit of back ache, but I got through it. But that is just where its at for me. I carried on.
I'm so liking this quilt and hoping its not going to get really big. You know? Its not likely to get machine quilted unless I start giving myself deadlines on finishing things and that so gets in the way of creativity! You know how large my UFO list is?
Sorry about the poor light in these shots, but you get what you get when you can get it. I prefer to shoot my photos and video's outside, but sometimes its just impossible.
I'm off to carry on with Part 3. Happy Quilting everyone!
I like your houses and the border is just right.ReplyDelete
Have fun at the lake!
Thanks Janie, we caught 4 sockeye salmon.Delete
Love this little quilt! Looking forward to watching your progress! Christine xReplyDelete
Hi Christine, thank you. I love it too! Working on the next border. Fun times.Delete
It looks lovely. There's nothing better than a scrappy quilt!ReplyDelete
I agree, love scrappy and also coming up is the new Gardens of the King EPP and applique quilt.Delete
What a difference the border makes - the houses just pop with the addition of the border. I too hate working over a table rotary cutting because it is hard on the back. What I've done is have a sheet of wood cut to the size of my stove and I put it on the stove. The rotary mat goes on top of the wood. The height is perfect so that I don't have to bend over to cut. It reduces the stress on the lower back!ReplyDelete
I am so happy that you all are really liking this little quilt! I had a great relaxiong time at the lake and now the canning. But its all good food that we love to open in the winter time.ReplyDelete
Karen, thanks for the tip and I'll try to work something out like that in my studio.
thank you so much for the comment Caroline...it's lovely to ''meet'' you...:)ReplyDelete
(I must confess that I didn't understand your question), sorry...:(
Oh that is funny. I've started a new embroidery series of artists like yourself doing a short interview to introduce your work to my readers with all links etc. If your interested, let me know?Delete
This is a great design Carli and I love your version of it. xxReplyDelete
Lin, thanks so much. I love this version too. Love to watch your crazy quilting grow.Delete
your houses look pretty together. You are coming along well, no rush, creativity has it's own time laws.
Thanks so much! I go at my own pace, but sometimes write faster. Hugs!Delete
Your fabrics look great together. I'm working on this too! I have the houses together and have the little strips all cut. Maybe I'll get this step done this week and will get ready for step 3.ReplyDelete
Your houses look so happy - wouldn't it be fun to live in a neighbourhood where the houses were all fun colours like this? Hope you enjoyed your mini-holiday.ReplyDelete
It's a wonderful quilt. I adore the colours.ReplyDelete