Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Sewing . . . finally

I finally did a little sewing this week.  Since I wasn't sure exactly what to sew, I started by pulling some fabrics and cutting some long strips.


Then I stitched them together.


And then sliced them into smaller sections, made some very wonky flying geese, added in a few solids and some essex linen in flax and then improv pieced it all together into a baby quilt.



 I then picked out some fabrics to piece together a simple back but got sidetracked with another quilt idea that started with this stack of fabrics.


And which might possibly include this block.


Linking to WIP Wednesday.

24 comments:

  1. What fabric is the blue strawberry print? It's adorable!

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  2. What fabric is the blue strawberry print? It's adorable!

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  3. What fabric is the blue strawberry print? It's adorable!

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  4. What fabric is the blue strawberry print? It's adorable!

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  5. What fabric is the blue strawberry print? It's adorable!

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  6. Love all the pink and magenta!

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  7. I love these pretty color combos. That strawberry print is too cute!

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  8. I love the colors you're working with here, Beth -- so spring!!

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  9. I love those wonky geese! Isn't it fun to just see where things go? That's going to be a beautiful quilt!

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  10. Is there an echo in here? Ha, ha. Love what you're doing, keep going and have fun!!!

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  11. The baby quilt is going to be gorgeous!

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  12. I love where your improv piecing is going!

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  13. Side tracked! We quilters never get side tracked. Loving the improv, and the sneak peek.

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  14. It's gorgeous - love the mix of linen and prints :)

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  15. Pretty! I notice you have a print I could not get my hands on. Picnic. You used for the wonky geese.

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  16. ooh the bike path print next to those geese is so purdy.

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  17. How freeing to just cut and go! Looks great too.

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  18. Great fabric choices. I love them. Your improv piecing is gorgeous. The linen with the prints looks amazing.

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  19. What a fun process and result! I love the organic feel of it.

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  20. Love the blocks. Very fluid with lots of movement!

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