Friday, April 29, 2016

Friday!

I've been doing a few things here and there this week, but not as much as I'd like. 

 Wool applique on Cheri's sampler. I'm doing a whipstitch so it's going pretty fast.
 Here's block one on a collaboration. It will be revealed soon. 
This weeks instagram feed if you missed it.

Have a wonderful weekend!!

19 comments:

  1. is your wool staple basted? very cute pieces over the patchwork.
    colaboration??? fun

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  2. That looks like needle turn prep on your applque. The the colors of course!

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  3. Dear Lori,
    saw your Christmas fabric advertised, it is so cute.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  4. Yum! Love the wool! And, do we ever get enough time to quilt?

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  5. Both of these appliqués look beautiful. Very curious about the collaboration. :0)

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  6. Maybe not as much as you'd like but I like what I see. You've used my favorite fabrics in your collaboration quilt. Can't wait to see more.

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  7. I've never really done much wool applique but if I did I would staple like you did. Love the sneak preview of your collaboration quilt. Hugs

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  8. Love how Cheri's sampler is coming--great colors that deep red against the gold is perfect hugs, Julierose

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  9. Great projects in the works! Love the sneak peek! :)

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  10. I've tried your staple baste method and it doesn't work as well for me as it obviously does for you. But I am doing a class later in the year on wool applique and I am going to share your method with them. : )
    Love the lilacs in your Instagram feed.

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  11. Your wool applique on Cheri's quilt looks wonderful! Great colors! Can't wait to see the collaboration!

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  12. That looks beautiful, can't wait to see the secret project.

    Debbie

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  13. Love that wool. Can't wait to see the other revealed!

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  14. Looks like you used what time you had in a productive way. I'm going to give the staple basting a try. The lilacs are lovely.

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  15. Your projects look good! I too had no luck w the staple basting, it was so hard to remove the staples w/out damaging the wool....

    I love the photo of your mom with the gorgeous bouquet of lilacs.

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  16. Needle turn applique! Looking forward to seeing what it is.

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