Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Slow Progress

But, progress is progress, no matter how slow!

 This block is going to be 20" so I couldn't get very many arc pieces on one paper. 
 My goal is to get at least one piece done every day. 

I'm making another little quilt using this as my leader/ender with the paper piecing.

Oregon is on FIRE! Air quality is considered unhealthy in most places. Ash is falling..... 
People still dealing with the storm, Harvey. Heartbreaking!!
Love to you all!


21 comments:

  1. I am loving how the eclipse quilt is looking!

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  2. Your eclipse quilt is beautiful!!!! I should make one too!

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  3. I didn't realize that your spikey quilt block would be as large as you say. Are you going to have blocks surrounding it? It is looking very good.

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  4. Your eclipse quilt is looking great! It will be a perfect wedding quilt for your daughter!
    I took a class years ago on compass quilts and am now inspired to pull it out and start working on that UFO!

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  5. Your eclipse block is sensational! Love the mini too. So sorry to hear about the fires. Stay safe. I am sending what I can to Harvey victims. It is indeed heartbreaking.

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  6. Your Eclipse is very precise and perfect! Beautiful.
    Does the poor air quality keep you from your running, has to be unhealthy for one's lungs?

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  7. Your eclipse quilt is very similar to the one you made with Kat that was yellow/blue/white... in case you decide you don't want two similar quilts, I would be more than happy to take one off your hands!! I've coveted that one you made before...especially knowing how labor intensive so arcs are!! UGH...
    Stay safe... be careful running in that air!

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  8. Loving your block! It looks very vintage in the two-colors.:)

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  9. I'm so impressed with your star points and how they all align to perfectly, Lori. Will you make just one for a hanging, or many for a quilt? It's a great idea to commemorate the eclipse .

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  10. Love, love, love your eclipse block! Stay safe with all that ash falling. No running for a while?

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  11. I love anything pointy when it comes to quilting, so I'm loving your eclipse quilt! A good project to have while you are stuck inside with all that ash outside.

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  12. Love your eclipse block! A sure winner! Say safe. I'm keeping you and a friend near Glacier in my prayers.

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  13. Your patience will pay off with that beauty!! Love the start of your mini, too....great colors.

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  14. Oh my gosh!! This is going to look amazing! You are so VERY talented. Yes the fires have been raging here in Carson City as well. We've got 395 closed again this morning as it jumped both sides of the interstate last night and more evacuations are taking place. Praying for everyone here, in your neck of the woods, and of course for those folks in Houston!!!

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  15. I love how your eclipse block is coming along. Your mini is adorable. Love the fabrics. Praying for everyone who is experiencing flooding and fires. Hugs

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  16. Love the block, now I want to make one too!!
    Stay safe, No running!!
    Thinking of EVERYONE effected by the storms.

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  17. Looks great, have a wonderful and safe Labour Day weekend!

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  18. Looking great! Love the fabrics in your leader/ender project!

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  19. looking good Lori - I hope the fires subside soon! :(

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