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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Almost done........

I filled in the last spot with a red that is more of a burgundy.  Click on the photo for a closer view.  I have 10 more fabrics to choose to make the half blocks on the right edge.  I will probably start sewing columns together today so I can make room for the last pieces on the wall.
I finished knitting a dishcloth and decided to knit 2 coasters to go with it and use up the rest of the yarn.  I have made some of these coasters for myself because I usually have a glass with an iced drink sitting on my kitchen counter.  I hate wet rings on the counter.

7 comments:

Gene Black said...

The quilt top looks great. Good call on the red.

I had thought about knitting some coasters also. Although I had never seen anyone do it before. Ha ha. Great minds as my Granny would have said.

patty a. said...

The quilt is coming along great! How big is it going to be? Will you be entering it in an exhibit or competition? It just sparkles!

cajunquilter said...

I love knitted dishcloths. Once you use them it is hard to go back to the others. I never thought about making smaller ones for coasters! What a great idea. Just like you I hate the rings that drinks leave on the furniture.

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Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I just love the way those colors flow from one to the next

Judy Dietrich said...

This quilt is more expressive with each additional block added!! I just love the fabrics you are using. I need to get my Fassett fabrics out to use. They used to be hard to find & more expensive (but now are the same prices as regular cottons)!!

Mystic Quilter said...

This one really is a shimmer quilt - how exciting that you're going to be able to begin sewing columns.

sewyouquilt2 said...

this is a gorgeous quilt for sure. those dishcloths are fun. I got some years ago from an Aunt and once I found a pattern to make them that is all I use now. love them!