After getting enthusiastic about machine patching yesterday, I’ve spent this afternoon finishing off some EPP blocks. These are from a set of 9 12″ blocks which will either make a lap quilt, or have extras added to make it a bigger quilt. Despite feeling desperately behind on the things I think I should be doing, … More Quatrefoil and antique tile
Back in the days when I could see well enough to attempt (and finish) fairly fine cross stitch pieces, I came across, and often used a rotation system. The idea was that when a stitcher had several different pieces on the go at once, working in a rotation would facilitate each of the pieces being … More Wherefore art thou, Shakespeare’s Pedlar?
I finally got chance to finish off the first of the blues ‘rosettes’ yesterday. Many more to go, but you have to start somewhere. This afternoon I pieced together the Martha Washington block for the sampler quilt. A productive couple of days 🙂
Finally got around to starting the Dutchman’s Puzzle quilt. I took the makings of the first block to craft group on Monday, and now have one of the35 blocks I will need. The colours don’t show up very well, hopefully the next progress picture will rectify that. biggest lesson learned this week – using the … More 1 down, 34 to go
Having fully intended (and trying!) to get my craft projects organised at the end of 2018 for a good start on 1 January, I find that a week into 2019 I’m still sorting out. The quilt log sheets that I downloaded last week made me realise that I have two ongoing projects that need updating, … More Time to get on with it, then!