Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A Different Approach


Here's what I have been working on - a table mat, cushion, wallhanging and bag. Now I find myself with six unfinished projects (there are two quilts waiting to be quilted as well).

I'm not sure about this method - I usually like to finish a project before I start the next.

I also paid a visit to Country Pickin's at the Corner - a wonderful little shop packed to the rafters with fabric, kits, patterns, trinkets and threads. I found the remaining fabrics to make my next quilt. Of course, I would love to have left with loads more fabric but the budget just isn't stretching that far.

Sigh.



Here's the quilt I'll be making.


Happy Stitching

14 comments:

  1. Its good to have a few things on the go at once. You never get board. Variety. Love the new fabric. Looking forward to the progress as you go. The quilt design looks great.

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  2. Your 3 projects are looking really good! Can't wait to see them finished! And the quilt you are going to make is gorgeous. I love the fabrics you picked out for it.

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  3. Oh my, I'm drooling! The fabrics are gorgeous and what a wonderful quilt it will be!!

    I don't think I'm capable of finishing one project before starting the next, so please don't feel guilty about having more than one on the go!

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  4. Funny how you start one...then another...and it keeps going!!! This is going to be a beautiful quilt Ann...look forward to seeing it. Now I'm off to check your link...Dzintra ♥

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  5. I love the colors of the fabrics that you have chosen. It will be a lovely quilt.
    I especially like the Bless This House wall hanging. I love country folk art.
    Thank you for the link.

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  6. I really like your quilt. Nice to see someone making one in somewhat more subdued colors :)

    Is the center medallion appliqued?

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  7. Hi Ann , Thanks for stopping by. I can't wait to finish my quilt as you go so that I can start another project. Wow you have been busy. I'm with you there the fabric is so expensive.

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  8. You are funny Ann.. of course you NEED more than 6 projects in the works!!!;-)
    Lovely fabs, oh my you are doing another stunner.
    You are such a talented piecer!!!
    I understand the budget thing, trying not to buy any or much for a bit!

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  9. Hi, Ann.
    Your works are wonderful!
    The fabrics, the colors ... all very beautiful. =)
    I work differents projects in the same time too... and will end veeeeery slowly. =(

    Happy stitching.
    Hugs
    Me

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  10. You are into a lot of projects, Ann. The quilt is going to be lovely! Have fun with it all!
    Micki

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  11. thst's a gorgeous quilt Ann - beautiful!

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  12. Love the new pieces! They'll be finished sooner or later! LOL. The quilt is stunning, can't wait to see it!

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  13. Ann you are in very fine company... I don't even want to start counting how many projects I currently have on the go. Although, a few were finished for the quilt show. And of course, I've just started another one.

    I love your choice of fabrics, I have just started noticing the aqua/teal and browns... could be because I saw some at a shop the other day, and they have a nautical theme... mmmmm. But my budget is stretched mighty thin too. They will look spectacular for the "new" quilt.

    -Alice

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  14. You have some lovely projects going.
    Have fun!
    Micki

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