Sunday, April 9, 2017

Slow Sunday Stitching 4.9.17

I think I can say Spring has made it to Ohio.  More buds have bloomed on my Homestead Harvest project that I have been working on this year from my to-go bag.



I am also totally motivated by all the beautiful projects that I see each week at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching.  Click by and check out all the other GORGEOUS projects at today's linky party here.
 
 
I started this project in December, 2016.  The pattern is called Homestead Harvest.  Below is a picture of the quilt I am making.  I am learning applique.  The pattern is from the book Simple Appeal, 14 Patchwork and Applique Projects for Everyday Living by Kim Diehl.
 

11 comments:

  1. It's fun to see your progress each week on your appliqué. You must be getting really good at doing circles by now! Have a relaxing time as you stitch today.

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  2. She looks so good. You are doing a great job with your applique.

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  3. I love Kim Diehl's patterns....and I love applique on a pieced background. Yours is lovely!

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  4. Way to go Kathy! It looks like half of the little circles are done!

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  5. Your quilt is looking beautiful. You are doing great with your applique. It is hard to believe that you are just learning.

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  6. This is a beautiful piece - what a heirloom this will be! :)

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  7. I haven't checked in for a few weeks. You've made great progress.

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  8. So fun to see the progress each week on this. I'm going to pull out my Kim Diehl kit to work on after I get my next finish....until then I'll keep following your pretty progress.

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  9. That is gorgeous! I would love to have the patience to do that kind of applique.

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  10. Your block is looking wonderful. You must be learning quite well!

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