Customer Quilts 2015

Sunday, 19 April 2015

Sunday Stash and Stitching report, week 16, 2015


I've gotten a few more rosettes done for La Passacaglia. I should mention that this design is from a book called Millefiori Quilts, by Willyne Hammerstein. This is the rosette I'm currently working on.  It has two more stars to go onto it, and then I can call it done.
 I am seriously considering doing some re-arranging, so that I can get that little dark one to fit in better. I put it, and the almost finished one beside each other down at the bottom, and they seem to play fairly well with each other there. I'm thinking of using the blue stars to go around that dark one. The colours in this picture aren't quite true. It's a smidgen on the yellow side, but I don't seem to able to get it corrected.

Here's a closer picture of that dark block that is having such a hard time playing nicely with the others. It is actually sitting on top of another rosette that was made using that blue colour, but I can find another place for it. This combination seems to work better. There are enough grey tones in these three blocks that they work better together.
Due to my continuing fixation on this project, the stash numbers aren't changing very fast. All I can count as out are two rosettes that got finished his week.

Used this week:                          .4 yards
Used this year:                        30.3 yards
Added this week:                        0 yards
Added this year:                    32.5 yards
Net stash added:                      2.2 yards
I'm linking up to the usuals, Judy's Stash Report, Kathy's Slow Sunday Stitching and Angie's WIPs be Gone.




9 comments:

  1. Very intricate and pretty.

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  2. Yes, that worked. Makes a triangle with the two darkish centers now on the far right. Love it! Will have to update my background.

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  3. I love this quilt design. I'm going to have to get that book and it it to my one day list. Very beautiful work! Great job! ~Melanie

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  4. You are making great progress on your quilt. Beautiful work.

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  5. Your La Passacaglia is soooo pretty, what a wonderful project.
    Great progess.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  6. Wow, I'm impressed ... that's so beautiful. Are you EPP-ing your La Passacaglia?

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  7. The shapes and colors are so beautiful together! Don't worry about the yellow it looks great! sometimes repeating the color in a tone helps to better integrate it?! cheers.

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  8. WOW you must love puzzles. your colors and fussy cutting are fantastic

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