Applique Tuesday 1/21/14

Well I got my heart challenge done - that took a good deal of my time. We show them tomorrow at the guild meeting.  And all the blocks for the charity quilt are made and being assembled into rows.  With those out of the way, I had a few minutes to actually decide what to do with my Soupcon block - I'll show that Friday.  And finally had a wee bit of time to devote to LE.  Didn't get far but at least I started with part 5.  I assembled the pattern; had to print it twice, then ran out of ink - sigh.  Will have to dash to Office Max tomorrow. Then I started to audition fabric.

These little flowers look ideal for using beads in the center.  I'll see. Wonder if I have enough for the other side as I tend to want symmetry in my flower arrangements.
Have you made some progress on your projects? Sure would like to visit and see how you're doing.  Leave me a comment and I'll come by for a look in between entertaining Alan tomorrow.  Blessings!

Comments

I just did a post about progress. I do a lot of handwork and sometimes it just feels like your spinning your wheels. But, I am always inspired when I look at my accomplishments. I am looking forward to warmer weather so I can get back to my Baltimore Garden blocks!
Karen H said…
I love the little flowers you've selected for LE. Will you needle-turn or fuse? My LE has been hanging on my design wall for well over a month and I've not done anything to it but at least I'm thinking about it!
LynCC said…
Ooo - I like those little flowers!
Kel said…
Good luck keeping him occupied ;)
I love your LE, the little flowers are adorable, great colour too!
Plum Cox said…
I love the idea of auditioning fabrics actually on the pattern - great idea! I haven't started my last vase yet.....
Bunny said…
Very pretty flowers will you appliqué them, or machine stitch them or maybe fuse them. Very cute whatever way you add them.
Bunny
cq4fun said…
It's been a week of doing almost nothing, and what I did today, I can't show yet. But I did figure out the weird noise I've been hearing for days, sounding like an unbalanced washer on spin cycle, is a woodpecker destroying the supports for my 2nd floor deck. =)