Monday, February 16, 2015

Harrison Rose



Dawn did a nice post here this morning about her new pattern Harrison Rose.  So I thought I needed to update my progress on this wonderful new quilt pattern.


I have four of the blocks stitched.  
I chose to make my quilt in pinks and greens mainly because I have collected so many bubblegum pinks and second because  I have two red and green quilts in progress at the moment.


I am  glad I did because it is turning out to be so bright and cheerful.  I am sure I won’t have any trouble finding a home for this one.


The blocks are so easy to stitch and I have several more prepped and ready. 


Dawn has hers in the quilting frame and is stitching all the beautiful feather designs that are also included in the pattern.  I wish I was that far along but then I remember it is all about the process to me. I am in no hurry because I must always have something to stitch. When I finish this one I will just being another.
Are you a product or a process person?


Happily stitching,
Nancy

19 comments:

  1. What a fun quilt!! And I love that you are doing it in pink and green!! I think I am also a process person but I am still having so much trouble getting an appliqué project going. I get frustrated at the prepping stage. Any suggestions from my favorite applique gal? :-))

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  2. Oh your blocks are so beautiful! I love your color choices. Yum! And I guess I both a process and product person. I usually have about a dozen or more projects to work on at any one time. Is that wrong?

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  3. Love your interpretation of the blocks. I think I must be a combo person. I love the process, but then I reach a point when I just want to get it done. I hate to have it drag out forever.

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  4. I love your blocks so far! Very happy indeed! I'm definitely a process person - it takes me years to finish the quilts I make. I just love making them though :0)

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  5. Total acierto en los colores!!!!
    tus bloques están quedando muy bonitos
    saludos

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  6. Your blocks look beautiful! How do you keep your points so.......pointy??

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  7. You have made wonderful progress Nancy! I do love the colour scheme you've chosen - just beautiful with the pink and yellow! Definitely a process person here - if the process isn't fun and challenging, then it's not for me :)

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  8. You have chosen such pretty fabrics for each block - it's hard to pick a favorite. They are all SO pretty! I do enjoy the process but after a while, I need to get it finished so I can began another quilt and start the process all over again........not sure what that says about me.

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  9. I saw Dawn's post today and fell in love with the quilt. Your blocks are lovely! Very Springy. : )

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  10. These are so pretty! Really great rendition!

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  11. Just love the colors you have chosen for this quilt, as they are turning out so cheerful and pretty! And I am definitely a "process person"😉. Have fun with the remaining blocks! Kind regards, Ageeth.

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  12. So pretty! Love the bubblegum pink. I think I would like to use similar colors.

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  13. Beautiful start Nancy. I am also a process person, I guess that is why I give so many of my quilts away.

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  14. Love the pinks, such a happy fun look! I love it all! Selecting fabrics, stitching,,snuggling in a quilt planning my next project! Always projects in the works. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work!

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  15. Love ... LOVE your Harrison Rose blocks Nancy!
    The fabric combination is so beautiful!

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  16. I saw this quilt the other day and think I need it! I'm a process person, too. Your quilt is lovely.

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  17. Lovely blocks--I love your colors. Should you have trouble finding them a home, I'd be very happy to take them in and cherish them. :)

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