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Monday, 26 September 2011

Design wall Monday Sept 26

 Monday again, and lots of inspirational, fun, and wonderful eye candy to be found over at Judy's Patchwork times I'm linking this post up there, as well. I mentioned last week that I was contemplating starting a new project, not because I need another, but because I wanted to. Well, I did it, and now have one Swoon  block sewn together, and 2 more cut out, and ready to go together. I had some fun novelty food fabrics hanging around, and I'm liking the way this is looking so much, that I've ordered more. It will end up being a really fun quilt, I think. The pieces in this quilt are a perfect size for showcasing this type of fabric, 3 inches finished, and the centre block of the star is 6 inches. So it goes together quite quickly. I'm still working on the RRCB, and am up to 36 or 37 of the string squares done, a couple more than what I had yesterday. After I finish here, I'm going to go do some more of the strings, until I have to go to work this afternoon. Tomorrow is my appointment with the eye specialist to find out about surgery for the cataracts. Here's hoping that the wait time isn't too long.

7 comments:

  1. Your Swoon blocks look great with the food fabric! Good luck at the eye doctor tomorrow.
    Quilting by the River

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  2. oh wow - fun Swoon! Are they all going to have edibles in them??

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  3. Great blocks Cathy; love the prints you used.

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  4. some of those fabrics look good enough to eat! love the block-have fun w/those crumbs.

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  5. Gorgeous blocks! Hope all goes well at the specialist for you and that you get a quick date.

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  6. This is a very pretty block. I love the fun choices of fabrics. Really lovely.

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  7. Good enough to eat...I am feeling hungry now!

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