Monday, May 7, 2012

Week #9 Sew into Solids

Time for the weekly update on my Sew into Solids project!  I'm getting so close to having a finished top... as you can see, I now have 3 rows of 5 blocks finished.  The fourth row is waiting to be joined and then I will be stitching all my rows together.  Yahoo! 

Where would I be without painter's tape for labelling? ;o)

I like the results so far - it's been wonderful seeing how those different values of blue interact with one another.  It's making me excited to see this top finished.   Knowing that I'm within striking distance of having a flimsy,  I'm already considering how I will quilt it.  Can't say I've come up with anything too brilliant on that account.  I need to sit down with a pencil and paper and start doodling up some quilting ideas.

Now I wonder how YOU have progressing with your Sew into Solids project(s). 
 I see that Jane has discovered the love of the granny square block... it looks fantastic in solids!


Here's a few others to visit in the group

Amy is finished piecing Fire and Ice...

Sandi has been quilting her Ironwork quilt (Sandi has a quilt along for it - so you can make one!)...
Amanda  is also quilting and looking forward to binding...

I've not listed everyone here from our Sew into Solids group, but you're welcome to visit each of them and even join in with...

Sew into Solids
(just click the above button to visit our group on Flickr)

Happy sewing!




11 comments:

  1. It's gorgeous - I envy your stitching accuracy - there's a reason I do WONKY - it's because I actually DO wonky, LOL!!!

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  2. Makes my eyes go funny but I still love it!

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  3. Ohhhhhh my gosh, this is unbelievable! Love it Katherine!

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  4. Wow!! Katherine! This is stunning!! There are so many movements when I look at it!! xo

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  5. amazing! you have great skill!

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  6. Wow and wow! Amazing! Speechless! Puts my 6 blocks to shame....

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  7. Gorgeous, really--so nicely done!!

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  8. Seriously in love with it! Love how the colours work together; who would have thought!

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  9. Amazing and like someone said before I ADMIRE your accuracy.

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  10. Stunning quilt! Just found your blog and will be keeping my eye on your quilts! I made a similar quilt with Halloween fabrics - very fun! I must admit, I have never made a quilt with just solids. It's an interesting concept!

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