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Friday, January 27, 2012

3 small pieces..........

My goal yesterday was to make 3 small cobblestone quilt tops.  The widest is 22.5" and the narrowest 19".  They are all about 24" tall.  I should have moved them down the design wall so the top would have had better lighting. Next time...   Now I can use 3 more small pieces of batting.

I feel so refreshed after working with these blocks, almost like I have been to a retreat for 2 days. 

21 comments:

Sewing Junkie said...

I need to find a retreat and get back to the machine. Sad to say mine will be in my sewing room. Glad you are refreshed. Chris

Jackie said...

Nothing like a good retreat at home... and you were productive too! Love the little tops.

Pat said...

I have finally gotten back to doing some sewing but the project is more involved than I thought it would be. Now that I have the first one on it's way, only 4 more to go. Then onto the next project. I still have not started my mug rugs but I think they are on the horizon. Enjoy your day.

Lynne said...

They look great!
I'm still working on my FMQ and needle turn appliqué on practice pieces.

Mary said...

Will these be part of your show? They are lovely.

Susan said...

Wow...I love these little quilts!

Quiltdivajulie said...

And we love seeing your cobblestone pieces ... glad they bring you so much satisfaction.

True Blue Nana said...

Fabulous! The idea would be great on placemats.

One Minnesota Quilter said...

These are refreshing just to look at....can see why you find them refreshing to work on.

I like how the light starts in the center and works its way out, particularly in the bottom one.

Needled Mom said...

Very pretty. Will they hang together?

patty a. said...

Oooooowwwwww - me like!

Elaine M said...

Very enjoyable to look at, no wonder you love making them. Glad you told us the size, they look bigger but what fun to have small quilts.

Venus de Hilo said...

These are lovely, and look like such fun to make.

Anonymous said...

I too thought they were much larger than the sizes you made them also. Small but a large visual punch !

J~MT

Sharon M said...

I love these. You are so good with color. I have a value problem!!

Sharon M said...

P.S. Fabric therapy is the best!

Cathi said...

Oooh, I love those little tops! What fun it must be to have one of those hanging on a wall!
You needed that little retreat with all you have going on!

janae king designs said...

wow, you've amazed me yet again with your beautiful creations...beautiful. thank you for the tip of enabling my email. i think i got it changed now. would you mind checking to see if i was successful at making it so you can now reply...i would appreciate the help. thank you!

Candace said...

They are beautiful, I love how each one is different.

judith lockhart said...

I really like the cobblestone quilts! Your blog is always inspiring!! Nothing like a show to get us moving, is it?

Leslie said...

I really like the cobblestones concept and will have to try them this summer because it looks like a fun and relaxing way to spend time. :-)