Wednesday, March 15, 2017

More Red and Other Colors!


Feeling a little better today, so I hiked up the stairs to my sewing room with determination.
I finished my Poinsettia block for the "Have a Jolly Little Christmas" quilt along.


Then I grabbed all things using the STOP method and got busy on those. If I jump back and forth between stitches, I have been known to have to do a whole bunch of unpicking.
So, I almost finished the candles for the same quilt.


 We will not discuss the fact that I drew some of my diagonals backwards and still had to do some unpicking.
There is also another rainbow block going on there and I did get all the parts ready to put together for another kitty.
So, not a bad day.
This sicky must go back to work tomorrow, and work through Saturday, so hopefully I fit in a few minutes here and there to keep the flow going.
Hope everyone is having a creative day!!
L,A-
 
 

8 comments:

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Both blocks are looking great--and you are almost done with the candle one--just some easy stitching on that one and it is done--so hang in there---
Merry Christmas--
enjoy the moments, diane

andsewon said...

Hope the work day was not too back for you. Really like both the blocks! I managed to work on 4 blocks today. Not done but close.

Joy from Days Filled With Joy said...

Those blocks are looking great.. hmmm.. maybe I need to start too.... but then I'd need to BUY fabric..hahahahahaha! xx

a good yarn said...

Any progress is good progress. Your blocks look terrific and if you hadn't pointed out the diagonal mix I wouldn't have noticed.

PaulaB quilts said...

Well, you got both red and green done this week, for the Irish and RSC17. Keep up the good work!

Cathy said...

I'm in love with your poinsettia block!! I'm going to have to check out that sew-along. Thanks for the great eye candy!

Jocelyn Thurston said...

The red and green are so lovely together. You made a beautiful block and your Candles are beautiful too. We all have to unsew sometimes...it comes with the territory I think. Enjoy your pretty project and Happy Stitching.

Cathy Tomm said...

I have looked at this quilt pattern. Your blocks are great. Love that fabric for the candles sticks.