Thursday, October 03, 2013

Slow progress

Despite Nick having been away for over a week and being free during the day I seem to have got very little accomplished in all aspects of day to day life.

Today I have decided to focus on a client quilt. This belongs to Alvis and is for a granddaughter who has gone off blue and now prefers pink! So Alvis took advantage of this to pink up the quilt with some appliqué flowers to cover a small burn mark.

I sewed on the binding on my Deckade the Halls quilt at our Guild UFO day on Sunday but I was also teaching a complete novice to make some blocks, so the binding was all I achieved. I hope to hand stitch the binding tomorrow evening as part if Friday Night with Friends.

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Rose said...

Nothing wrong with slow progress! I like your Christmas quilt and am sure you will enjoy a nice session of hand stitching on the binding?! It's one of my favourite things to do.

Celtic Thistle said...

Love your Christmas quilt, you are very organised!

Dropping in from the Brit Sew Thursday linky

Liz DandeliondD said...

Great Christmas quilt.
I am always shocked at myself because I really like dresdens when I see them, but in my mind they feel so old fashioned. I think that is going to be a really lovely quilt.
Thanks for linking up this week.

joanne said...

I love your deck the halls quilt!! I sadly can't wait to get my Christmas quilt out again this year!!!

Clare Mansell (Maybush Studio) said...

Your Christmas quilt is great, even if it was slightly scary seeing Christmas things in the link-up this week! :-)