Quilting Update



Not a lot of sewing has been done, since we were camping last week,  but here's a bit of progress!  I hope to do a lot more quilting this week...

Firstly a little quilt top that's now basted, just not quite sure yet how I'll quilt it.

And then a few more stars for my son's quilt.  I think I need to add a few more solids in there, since it's looking pretty crazy. 

I'll have more to show you in a few days!

Oh yes, and it's time to pick the winner of the Kona color charts today.  Winners should be hearing from me soon!

18 comments:

  1. Love this. Can you message me some of the fabrics you've used? This would appeal to a boy that I'm wracking my brain for. Thirteen is hard to sew for.

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  2. Hi! Both of these quilts will be so beautiful! I love your first photo and it inspires me to make similar! x Teje

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  3. Love both these quilts! So different and both so beautiful.

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    Hope you like it, greetings

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  5. I'm liking the look of that first one. The low volume? prints in the background are lovely. I'm glad you got a rest. Camping is fun. I miss it

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  6. I am loving your fabric choices and the stars for your son look great!

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  7. love the top quilt--can't wait to see it finished!

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  8. Wonderful! I love each star :) And the first picture looks interesting too. Some new project? By the way: really great choice of fabric!
    Have a wonderful summer time! Jolana

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  9. Love both of these! Are the squares in the first quilt 3 1/2 inch?

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  10. I love both of those! Now I want to figure out how to make the first one. Looking forward to seeing more!

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  11. Always the most interesting fabric combinations in your quilts - such a talent. I feel silly always making grand statements in public comments but really, you are an inspiration, Jolene. I hope your pregnancy is going well. I have three kids - my youngest just turned one. In some ways it's been exhausting but of course it's easy to forget just how utterly exquisite your own babies are and how worth it all that lost sleep is!

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  12. I am loving your star quilt, so cute!

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  13. Your first photo is another example of classic simplicity in the pattern allowing the fabrics to sing. Simply wonderful.

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  14. Beautiful patches! Love the subtle yet vivid colours they have.

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  15. This is my first time visiting your blog. I get so much Inspiration Looking through i will Never habe to buy another Book of quilting. I just love the way you Chose your colors i will definately be visiting again.
    Viele Grüße from across the Pond.
    Sylvia

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  16. Lovely fabric choices, clever patchwork designs and exquisite quilting! Thank you very much for sharing your beautiful projects... Keep crafting! Jay x thesewingwren.wordpress.com

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  17. great quilts. I think my fav is the 2nd one

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