Sunday, October 5, 2014

Slow Stitiching Sunday

Fall has finally come to my little
part of the World. Cool nights
and warmish days. Perfect
weather for slow stitching!!!
 
 
Working on my Trip Around the World
quilt. All hand sewn. As of Row 24,
it has 1201-1.5 inch (finished) squares.
 
The group I am doing this with ended
the challenge as of September 30th,
but I am going on. The green dot
fabric row (shown at the bottom of
the photo) is Row 25.
 
What is your slow stitching project?

5 comments:

Kitten said...

WOW!!! I love this...all those lovely little squares of fabric. Keep up the good work...it will be worth it in the end.
Debbie
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Quilter Kathy said...

Such wonderful, bright fabrics in this stitched treasure! Enjoy!

CathieJ said...

What a great accomplishment! I am looking forward to seeing its continued progress. How many more rows do you have to work on?

Suzanne said...

The group project was for 30 rows, but the leader posted a chart for a quilt up to Queen size (36 rows wide X 42 rows tall)

Ellen said...

Wonderful! I too love hand piecing quilts but I also use my machine. Some quilts need to be fast and others need to be v-e-r-y slow!!