Some of This; Some of That



First the stash report:  used .18 yd to make my block for Unit 2 of SLOL.  Then used 1.92 yds for a back of a baby quilt, a border and binding.  Lastly, I donated 1.5 yds to the guild. This brings me to 3.42 yds destashed this week, and a YTD total of 12.67 yds out.  Lots closer to the 18 yds I should be at so far. I'm happy.  

My goals for this week is start working on my Love Entwined (the UFO I'm to work on this month).
Here's where I'm at:
I'll be working on the upper right basket first.  If I get one basket done this month I'll be happy.

I'm appliqueing another Anna's Garden block - this time I'm stitching as I watch The Great British Baking Show.  Ah, the trials these bakers endure.  Made me want to bake. I made some brownies - nothing fancy - hehe. 

And again my design wall is empty as I work on WIPs instead.  Although this top is waiting to be quilted:
I'm finding it's good to hang tops to a hanger with the back also attached there. You can see a teeny bit of the back by the left clothes pin.  Keeps them from getting wrinkled and in sight, so I don't forget them.  I'm linking to Oh Scrap!, Sunday Stash, Slow Sunday Stitching and Design Wall Monday.  And my linky party from Friday is still open for English paper pieces - go to last Friday's post. Good luck.

I hope you get to quilt this week.  Blessings!

Comments

  1. Love that UFO. It's quite an ambitious project.

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  2. Wow that quilt is lovely! Glad you are planning on getting it closer to the finish line. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  3. Angie that quilt is totally gorgeous. What a huge amount of work you have put into it and I love your colours. Good idea about hanging the quilts up as they do get creased otherwise - well mine do as they seem to have to wait a long time to get quilted!

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  4. LE is a beautiful quilt but very time consuming. I like the fabrics you are using. She looks so bright and springy.

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  5. Your Love Entwined is coming along beautifully! I've only got so far as the center star--I'm thinking it would make a nice pillow top--lol!

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  6. Angie, that quilt you are working on is amazing! That would totally intimidate me. Can't wait to see your progress on it. :)

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  7. Love Entwined is a beautiful pattern and you have made good progress. Keep going.

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  8. Your love entwined is gorgeous. I also hang up finished tops that need to be quilted, with the backing. I use a pant hanger. I've also started doing that for quilt-along blocks....no more losing blocks!

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  9. Your LE is incrediable beautiful, love the touches of blue. Cheers Glenda.

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  10. I had to go backward in your blog's search engine and look at the beginning of this project. Oh, Angie! Get this one done! It's an incredible piece and you've done so much of it already. This is why I know I have to learn applique.

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  11. I too am in love with your Love Entwined! It is gorgeous. And brownies are good!

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  12. Love Entwined is gorgeous, love it. Hanging WIPs on hangers does keep them neat and visible. I sometimes lay mine across the back of a chair in my sewing area.

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  13. Your Love Entwined is absolutely gorgeous, and so close to finished, really.

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