Thursday, April 13, 2017

Whoop Whoop Friday 4/14/17


I had wanted to move this project along with getting the sashings completed.  Well, I went further and put the semi-flimsie together.  I am working this differently from the original pattern.  The large setting corners will have applique in them, so they are not attached as they are not finished yet.  The I am adding two borders - this one will take a little longer to grow, but I love what I am seeing already.


This has been in my folder for a long time and I almost deleted it.  The newest mini with Wendy Shephard's Bleecker Street QAL.  I have too many large projects going, so I am using this lovely free pattern and Wendy's monthly QAL tips to make some cute minis.

No Feline Friday pics as the furkids have been in-out-in-out-napping who knows where.  Bella is feeling so much better with the meds and our improving weather - we were starting to forget what the Sun looked like!

I will take the day to catch up on blocks and then the weekend I will be away for some family time - Happy Easter.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

16 comments:

  1. Love your hexie flower baskets - it's so bright and cheery! Can't wait to see yhe corners you've designed. Glad to hear Bella is feeling better - I'm sure you feel better for it too.

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  2. love your flower pot quilt and glad that Bella feels better. those little minis are adorable that you are making too. Have a very Happy Easter!

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  3. I love those flower baskets and great for this time of year. Have a lovely Easter weekend with your family. Hugs, Susie x

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  4. Love your flower pots quilt. Can't wait to see it finished.

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  5. Your flower pot is beautiful! I love those HST's for sashing.

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  6. Love those flower pots and how you are setting them. It is worth the wait and effort:)

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  7. Those flowers look great and the HST sashing is perfect, you really moved it along. I hope you have a Happy Easter, enjoy the time away and have some sunshine to enjoy.

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  8. Love your hexi quilt! Inspiration for a doll quilt or baby quilt.

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  9. First, Happy, Happy Easter. Your quilts make us realize that there is a rebirth happening this spring. For some of us it is happening very fast. My japonica has already bloomed and all the blossoms are gone. It's the only plant that I have from my homestead. I love to see the lovely light orange blossoms and then I hate to see them leave. The bush has grown huge and needs to be pruned. I planted it so it would cover my gas meter. The flower/flower pot quilt is amazing. I love that you have taken what seemed like an overwhelming project and made it into fun mini quilts. Great idea! We signed my granddaughter up for P-K on Wednesday for next year. If she's accepted then I hope to find time for me to craft next year, too.

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  10. Your quilt is lovely. It is so nice that spring is really starting to show up, enjoy your family time this Easter weekend.

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  11. Your flowers are wonderful. . . and you mentioned borders! I'm doubly impressed. LOL

    I love all the eye candy you post.

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  12. This is a most adorable project in the 30's repros, Sharon. You must be excited to finish it up.

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  13. It turned out beautifully! Great quilt!

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  14. That quilt is just charming--so cute! Glad Bella is feeling better--hard to see our little friends suffering. Have a wonderful Easter!

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  15. Your flowers made such a lovely top. Wendy trees look so cute as a mini. Enjoy your Easter weekend.

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