Thursday, January 30, 2014

Auntie Green’s Wreath



I completed the wreath for Auntie Green’s Garden last night.  Please forgive the shadowing from underneath.  I was just too tried to take everything down before I took the picture.
Someone remarked that this was a big project  to undertake but I don’t think of it as a whole I  just worry about the part I am working on at the moment.  Then bit by bit you have a quilt top.
I wonder what part of the quilt we will stitch next month.
Happy stitching,
Nancy

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful. You have lots of great appliques on the go, and I agree, one block at a time and then you will have enough for a quilt top. It would be daunting to look at it as a 'whole' endeavor!

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  2. Beautiful! I never tire of seeing this lovely quilt. Look forward to seeing next month's installment :)
    Hilda

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  3. This really is a gorgeous quilt! Your work definitely does it justice.:)

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  4. Sew Beautiful.....this is a pattern I would like to do someday.

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  5. Beautiful Nancy!

    I agree with you, worry about the part you are working on and bit by bit you have a quilt!

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  6. I was studying all the fabrics in your medallion. Pretty choices. All is well stitched. A beautiful center for your quilt.

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  7. Beautifully done!! I like your approach to appliqueing on a large project - not so overwhelming when you look at it a section at a time.

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  8. Nancy it looks wonderful. You are fast! I decided to do this as a block of the month because I really do not have a very big stash, I never buy fabric without a specific purpose. I am also not very good at picking the lighter pastels, I always go for the dark bold hues. I am loving the pace of the block of the month, so far I am keeping up and looking forward to the next little package in the mail.

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  9. I see you did take advantage of the snow days! Absolutely beautiful, as usual! You amaze me at all you get done!

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  10. I can't believe how quickly you sewed the wreath on! I'm beginning to think that I must be a slow sewer.

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  11. Your work is so beautiful, Nancy! I'm envious of people who can do that level of hand work.

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  12. Beautiful! I have this pattern but haven't started the quilt yet.

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  13. I have this pattern (not BOM) too but haven't started it yet. Just finished a major (for me) quilt, trying to catch up on LE and now that I see yours, am seriously considering starting Auntie Green! Yours is wonderful!

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