I am posting a day early as I will be off the grid tomorrow. I can’t believe I have only 3 more rows and less than 5 weeks left in this fun and satisfying project.
I had so much fun with this that I plan to carry on for the coming year by hand quilting for 15 minutes each day. I think I can go around each little circle plus whatever other quilting design I come up with for the same 15 minutes I have put into the appliqueing each morning. Don’t worry, if I can’t keep up with it, I just won’t post it so you’ll never know!
Do check out Audrey’s blog (Quilty Folk) for the link up with all the great quilters worldwide!
I absolutely adore your version of this fun project. The colors and fabrics are so wonderful together. It's going to be amazing. Thanks for sharing it!ReplyDelete
This really looks vintage to me, and I love that in a newly made quilt. You have been so faithful in keeping up. I admire that. I knew better than to even start, because I would have fallen behind immediately. : )ReplyDelete
wee - are these ever fun. I just love the vintagy look of them!!ReplyDelete
This is beautiful. Your post today has motivated me to make some more circles and make more progress on my other WIP, so thank you.ReplyDelete
Oh, what fun! I bet you'll quilt 15 min. every day when it comes time to finish this wonderful piece :) Love it!ReplyDelete
I love the mix of fabrics you've used for your blocks, I laughed when you said we'd never know. 15 minutes a day is a great thing to aim for though, a fun thing to look forward to each day.ReplyDelete
What a delightful charm quilt. The fabrics and colors just blend into one another. That's a fantastic and doable idea to stick with your 15 minute work time. I bet you'll get it done.ReplyDelete
Kudos to you for keeping up the challenge! Thanks for posting the group shot of the circles of influence. Maybe that's what you should call it?ReplyDelete
So fun to see everyones progress! I like the idea of quilting 15 min on it every day.ReplyDelete
So glad you have enjoyed this project! I'm ready to move on to something else.:) I'll quickly be wondering what my next long-term project will be though!ReplyDelete
I adore the mixture of backgrounds in your project. And I'm considering some other form of this small bit at a time long term project -- I've really enjoyed the circles!ReplyDelete
I am on day 154 of Quilty 365. I am thinking of hand quilting around each circle once I have it finished (April 30 2017).ReplyDelete
I see you put a toilet paper roll to good use.ReplyDelete
It has been so much fun seeing your treasure-trove of fabrics! The completed quilt will be a treat!ReplyDelete