Thursday, 19 January 2012

thursday therapy


Don't ever assume that sewing squares is a simple task.
she soldiers on
with a shoulder that's wrong..

20 comments:

KC'sCourt! said...

It looks lovely
Julie xxxxxxxxx

Mary said...

LOL!!! I love the patchwork! I hope your shoulder feels better soon :)

Sue sews socks of fox in socks now!!! Dr. Seuss.....

Emma/The Log Cabin xxx said...

It looks very pretty. I love sewing squares together, not much thinking involved.

Love Emma xxx

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

That was fast! Looks great, as do the pink socks!

Vanina said...

Precioso!!!

Boxoftrix said...

Lovely!

randi--i have to say said...

keep on keepin' on! your squares look great!

Hen said...

I agree, getting all those corners to meet up is quite a job, squares are not "easy". Take it easy yourself until you are better...
Hen x

Kris from DukeSaysSewWhat said...

It is looking so pretty!

Rachel Hauser said...

Ooh, so many pretty faces! Your squares seem to line up quite nicely. You should be proud! Hope you feel better soon =)

Diane said...

Seriously, take care of that shoulder as a frozen shoulder is no fun and takes for ever to heal. The squares are fab. x

Colby said...

Amen to that. Matching seam after seam, you start to rethink the design about 6 rows in, but it looks great! The colors go really nicely together!

Country Rose said...

These squares look gorgeous and well done for having them all matching up perfectly!
I've been making a patchwork sewing kit for my cousin today and have been struggling to get the seams to match up... do you have any tips for getting them as precise as you've done there..!?

Ashley xxx

andamento said...

Wow, that's looking lovely. Such a gorgeous collection of fabrics you have to hand.

izzyrquilts@gmail.com said...

It looks like you went outside with your camera , you took pictures of nature and you put all these little square collages together into a blanket.......

Deb said...

I love this, it's perfect!!

SweetPepperRose said...

Hi! I'm a new follower to your site. Love your sewing techniques and patterns! And Thanks for sharing the "folded card ball" tutorial. I love Up Cycling different items!
JoAnn
sweetpepperrose.blogspot.com

Claire Jain said...

Hahaha, I believe you! I'm sewing a charm pack quilt with some pieced blocks as well, I'm starting to assemble sashed rows, but I am finding myself having to adjust some seams before I bring them together. My great-grandmother made a great patchwork quilt. It's on my bed at my parents' house. It's a beautiful quilt. I love it all the more, though, because when I look closely, those squares don't line up perfectly ;-)

noelle said...

Wow! Its ages since I made a quilt. Think I might start one slowly. Made some for both children but never one for myself!!

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