Thursday, April 5, 2012

Isn’t ‘Autumn’ finished Yet??

Bet you are all asking that?? haha

I’m coming down the home stretch on the Heart to Hand ‘Autumn Quilt’!!  Only one more block to stitch!!

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It’s times like these, when a design wall would sure come in handy…oh well…standing on this stool should do it…YIKES!

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This block was quick to stitch compared to the other blocks…

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I need to go back now add all the ‘special’ effects…like the veins on the leaves…see below.  They were too hard to stitch in a moving, bouncing truck!

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Sew…the special effects and only ONE more block to do!!  YES!  I can do this!!

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And hopefully before this Autumn!!

Have a thrilling Thursday and Happy Quilting!~P

23 comments:

  1. That is coming along very nicely. Do you quilt woolly quilts in the same way as cotton quilts?

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  2. BEAUTIFUL! What a masterpiece! I've quilted for years but am just getting ready to do my first wool piece. We got some new wool patterns into the shop by a brand new pattern maker who is going to her first market in a couple of months. Her instructions look great but I may be coming over to ask questions when I get started! Hope you don't mind! Cheery wave from Bev
    http://44thstreetfabric.blogspot.com

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  3. I love it! Especially the background fabrics. It will be absolutely gorgeous when quilted. What's next?

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  4. Absolutely stunning! I can tell now that I don't have enough variation in my background fabrics I've been collecting. Shucks!
    Jan

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  5. Oh my word! It is gorgeous!!!

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  6. This is a beautiful quilt. Job well done.

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  7. What a lovely quilt Paulette....it is going to be wonderful quilted..so much detail.

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  8. Absolutely beautiful! Strong work Woolie!

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  9. It's a beauty. You're doing great.

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  10. An heirloom in the making. Just beautiful, thanks for sharing.

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  11. I never question the progress of others lest someone hold me accountable for what I get done in a day. Haha! I love your progress pictures and this project is a terrific draw to wool.

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  12. This is a gorgeous quilt, and I so love the grey backgrounds. Hope you have a great area to display it (not the floor,lol).

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  13. Hey, that's the fun of reading your blog...sometimes it's like time travel!! How great that is!! I must be wired weird 'cause I really enjoy seeing all the colorful and creative quilts that you show.

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  14. This is one beautiful quilt, Miss P.

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  15. I love it! I think you have been try to convert me to the wooly side. Well this quilt may be my turning point, after I finish all my UFOs.

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  16. Love, love it!! Great job. I love working with wool.
    Pat

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  17. That is a beautiful quilt, love all the wools you use in your pieces, it really makes a difference in the over all look.

    Debbie

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  18. Paulette, this is just so gorgeous! Certainly worth the time it takes. You'll have to plan a party to celebrate the finish!

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  19. What a treasure! I love your beautiful quilt... it looks so warm and peaceful.

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  20. You'll definitely be glad when that last block is finished! Such great work - excellent! I am working on a quilt right now with wonderful pastels, such a change from my typical fall/winter colors I use. But in the end, it's all good.

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  21. It's looking good, Paulette!

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  22. Beautiful quilt, Paulette! Great job!:)

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  23. That is a beautiful quilt! I love it.

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