Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Works in Progress

 I enjoyed going to the local quilting group the other day;
I added borders to the simple charm quilt I started two weeks ago.
I had to add cornersstones because the fabric was older than I thought-
it only measured 40" wide and that is including the selvedges! 
 I had a math problem then so one of the ladies in the group
had this great idea! 
 Nice to have a rescue!
 And I stitched this second charm quilt, also.
Except when I smoothed it onto the design wall when I came home,
I noted a row I seamed wrong-do you see it?!
I will rip out the row and sew it right today!
I must have stitched that row wrong while having a good laugh!
I so enjoy the company of like-minded (quilt) women!
I also played with a few scraps to do a quilt block I have wanted to do for a long time.
It utilizes jelly rolls and a light neutral--I like 'weaving' with fabric!

7 comments:

  1. Everything is coming together, even if sometimes it's out of place! Been there, done that.

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  2. Okay, I give up. I can't find the boo boo. I love your "weaving". Those are such pretty colors together.

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  3. I couldn't find the mistake at all. I love all three of these quilts and the weaving is beautiful.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  4. The quilt I posted on Monday had a glaring mistake that I didn't see until a reader pointed it out to me. Love the woven blocks.

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  5. Oh I really like that last layout! Another one to add to the list!

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  6. Beautiful.

    Good that like-thinking minds came up with a solution to short yardage.

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  7. I think I see it... I like everyone all three quilts... so pretty! You have been busy! Xx

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