Sunday, 9 July 2017

Slow Progress

Since this is my first try at repairing an old quilt, progress is slow but it's progressing nevertheless.



I have figured out that if I sew all the components together before, it is easier to applique after. I am learning, I am learning ... slowly but surely.  :^D

(If you want to see the beginning of this adventure, see this post.)


Teaming up with Kathy for Slow Sunday Stitching. Come and see us.


Until next time ....

;^)



8 comments:

  1. Love fixing the old beloved quilts. Look forward to your finish.

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  2. Well, repairing an old quilt is a perfect time for 'slow and steady'! Savor the stitching!

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  3. This is a great project. I admire you so much for taking it on.

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  4. That's a big project to do....
    Hugz

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  5. Nice work - such a task to take on. xx

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  6. Slow progress is still progress. I learn something new with each quilt. It's a pretty quilt, though.

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  7. Tu realises là un travail superbe....réhabiliter un vieux quilt, tu te rends compte ? J'espère que ce n'est pas trop difficile. ...
    Beau travail Chantal !

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  8. I have a couple I need to work on so I'll be following your progress with interest.

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