Leo’s Mane Sew Along

Customer Quilts 2015

Sunday, 5 August 2018

Slow Sunday stitching

Slow Sunday Stitching happened every evening this week. I really want to move this project on to a quick finish. Or as quick a finish as hand piecing using English Paper Piecing can get. I had someone ask last week where to get the pattern. I couldn’t answer as I have yet to get my comments thing fixed. Someone sent me instructions on how to do it. But I didn’t have the time to do it then and now I’ve lost those instructions. But to answer that question, this is one of my own designs, adapted from an Electric Quit block. So, as of yet, there isn’t a pattern. As I’m working on the blocks and the quilt  I’m taking notes on what would be the best and most understandable way to write up instructions. It might be finished and ready for release by the end of September. If I can do one row a week, that time line might be doable. If not, it will be October.
In the meantime, the process seems to be speeding up. I starter row 5 last Saturday and finished it  today, which is Saturday evening. I have all the fabrics selected and cut for row 6. This evenings task is to start glue basting them. I’ll finish writing this post tomorrow.

I finished most of the glue basting last night. So today I can start the process of organizing the diamond pieces together with the fabrics they go with and start in more stitching.
I’m linking up to Kathy’s Slow Sunday Stitching. Then  I’ll finish up my morning coffee and get to stitching. It’s a glorious day, so some if it might actually happen outside.


8 comments:

  1. Such a nice variety of fabrics in this quilt! And, I’m sure there are a few more fabrics in your stash that have not made an appearance here yet.... looking good!

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    1. I have a plastic tote full of potential fabric, pulled from drawers and totes also filled with fabric. I don’t think there is a risk of running out of choices.

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  2. Beautiful! If you are on blogspot - go to settings, email and then remove the email address you have in there. Save, then add your email back in. It should send the comments to your e-mail after that. Good luck.

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    1. Thanks Deb. I just followed your instructions. Here’s hoping it works.

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  3. Your on a real roll! Looking great so far! Cant wait to see how you will quilt this top

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  4. The comment fix is pretty easy. Contact me and I'll tell you how it works.

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  5. Nice pattern and great color choices.

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  6. What a beautiful quilt. I am amazed that it is your own design. You are quite talented.

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I love reading all your comments, and am grateful for each one. I try very hard to answer them all, but lately I haven’t quite been able to answer all of them.