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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Stitching flowers

This week I have continued stitching away in my spare moments on my Vignette quilt.  I tend to have a mental count going on in my head - I have 40 red flowers to stitch, 4 more to go and I am halfway - and this spurs me on to get another flower finished!  Does anyone else work like that?

Happy stitching everyone!
 

16 comments:

  1. Wonderful progress, Wendy ! Seeing your progress reminds me, I am still to start stitching my block 2 ... I work by colour... stitching all the red flowers etc...
    Happy stitching, P

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  2. I am still stitching my Block 1 and luvin' it. But, wow, it takes some time, doesn't it! I also work in colours and set myself a target each evening to finish a colour. It's lovely to see your progress, but scary as it reminds me of the work still ahead.

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  3. I'm in LOVE!!! What beautiful colours you are using and what gorgeous stitching.

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  4. Looking amazing Wendy! I am always counting how many 'flowers/leaves/whatevers I have done too, and how many to go. lol

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  5. So beautiful !! You've done a great job !! It gives me more energy to stitch !!
    Florence

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  6. Wendy, those colors are beautiful. You are truly inspiring....

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  7. I agree about the gorgeous colours you chose is really stunning! I would not have thought a muted palette would work well with this, but it really is marvellous!

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  8. Love the muted colors you have chosen. Very calming. I can see this quilt done several different ways - by me!

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  9. Wow, I can relate to the colours you have chosen. I have been tempted with this project, and it is so good seeing it done in a completely different colourway. Gorgeous!

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  10. Great fabrics!!!
    Viele Grüße
    Kerstin

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  11. I love your fabrics! What are they?

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