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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Work in Progress


I'm making a quilt.

My second one ever. My first was over a decade ago, back before we had blogs. Or digital cameras. And I walked to school, uphill both ways too.

I completely stunk and did not take any photos of the in-progress quilt.

BUT, I can show you a peek of the fabrics being used!


I won these Kumari Garden Holiday fat quarters from Julie at The Intrepid Thread. You should go check out her blog. She has giveaways frequently, you could be the next winner!

So I experimented with a stash and slash method of cutting/piecing. The quilt is ready for binding and then I can finish and show you pics!

PS--If you are horribly jealous and insist on also being the owner of some Kumari fabrics, Julie has a set for sale in her etsy shop here.

PPS--I promise to take step-by-step pictures next time. Even when my baby crawls around on the quilt top while I'm trying to baste....

Gonna link up here:
A Little Knick Knack

10 comments:

  1. WOW! LOVE those colors! This quilt is going to be gorgeous! Can't wait to see the step by step process. I recently learned how to turn on & thread my machine! haha! {no, seriously}

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  2. Ooh, those are great patterns! I can't wait to see the finished product.

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  3. I'm so drooling over that fabric and can't wait to see your quilt!

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  4. That fabric is awesome! I love pinks & greens together- perfect color combo. Can't wait to see the quilt.

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  5. I have soooo been wanting to make a quilt. I can't wait to see how it comes out!

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  6. Beautiful fabric. It will be fun to see the finished quilt! Good for you!!

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  7. You're doing a great job with it! It's going to look fabulous!!!

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  8. I'm loving all those colors too! Fabric makes me go all gaa-gaa!!!
    And thanks for stopping by at Brown Paper Packages today! : )

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  9. That's such a lovely color collection. I'm sure it's beautiful. I've never tried stack and slash myself. Hope you enjoyed it.

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