This week I have been working on a few different projects. First up was quilting my Cuzco quilt.
I had marked lines every 1 1/2 inches so that I could quilt this funky orange peel pattern on the background. The quilt is now in the washer, removing the lines.
I just completed my blocks for this months civil war reproduction challenge. These are the blocks that finish 4 1/2 inches. And yes, they are a challenge!
And not to be forgotten, this weeks hexagon. Katja has a new challenge for hexagons for next year. I need to get this years finished up, and get started on next years. Never a dull moment!
LOVE that quilting design! Great work!ReplyDelete
Great looking quilting design. I see you are keeping busy with a variety of projects.ReplyDelete
Wow-love the quilt design!ReplyDelete
That's a lovely quilting pattern - so effective! Great blocks and the use of triangles and diamonds in the hexie makes a fascination block.ReplyDelete
I really love your quilting design. Your blocks are beautiful.....lovely piecing.ReplyDelete
This is so gorgeous Linda. Looking forward to a reveal.ReplyDelete
I love that quilting design. Cross hatch with a twist! Good job on the piecing! Tiny pieces!ReplyDelete
Love the background quilting, you are so talented.ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see the finished quilt...
Just discovered your blog - yippee another Canadian! Love what I see of your work, looking forward to more! Can't imagine doing those small little blocks!ReplyDelete
Oh - do tell what next year's hexie project is!!! I didn't see it listed on her website and living on the opposite side of the continent I can't just pop in to the store :)ReplyDelete