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Monday, June 8, 2020

Design Wall Monday - June 8, 2020

Good Morning Quilters!  It is going to be a beautiful month - I can feel it.  The Broken Herringbone quilt is coming along slowly, but I’m in no hurry.  Here is the progress:  Four columns sewn together, and another two columns laying out (sewed to each other) and ready to attach to the four previous ones.  This method with partial seams has me watching the video again every time I return to work on it.  Video is Here



Embroidery on basket #15 is inching along also.  This basket is easier than the lilacs, and will be finished this week.



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13 comments:

  1. I love your herringbone progress and of course your embroidery is beautiful as always. Happy stitching!

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  2. Your Herring Bone project is coming along beautifully. Love all those plaids.

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  3. Your broken Herringbone is gorgeous! I have made a few baby quilts using the partial seam method and I do need a refresher after not making one for a while. I love the plaids in your piece!

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  4. Every basket block has looked great, I'm really excited to see the finished quilt.

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  5. I can't imagine partial seams on the herringbone pattern. I might just have to look at the video to see what's happening! But it does look nice.

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  6. I absolutely LOVE that broken herringbone design and had to watch the video. Now I'm going to have to give it a try because it looks so fun. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  7. I absolutely love your herringbone quilt. The blue homespuns really are amazing together.
    I made a miniature one in the 80s and used this same process. Having an instructor show you really helps which is why the videos are so helpful. I can't wait to see it completed.

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  8. The Herringbone project is very rich and interesting with all your dark prints in there. Will be watching for the finish! Embroidery this week a lot easier than last :)

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  9. I really like your herringbone quilt--the colors and how it looks on your rustic bed! I made one like that, but had smaller logs and hand pieced it. It was at a time in my life where hand piecing had it's place. It's hanging at the end of our hallway. But that video is pretty slick, machine piecing the entire quilt!

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  10. "Inching along"? You seem to be pumping those blocks out so fast to me!

    Your braid quilt in the bed is really progressing!

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  11. Love the plaids on your herringbone quilt. Thanks for providing the video showing how to make one. You must be a very patient, gifted quilter for this quilt.

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  12. Your herringbone quilt is looking fabulous, Judy! I love the menswear vibe coming from the combination of your fabrics and the herringbone weave pattern.

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  13. Such pretty projects - love the plaid herringbone and the great pictures from others!

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