Monday, April 14, 2014

Sewing up a Storm....(pun intended)

A long wait at the airport

gave me plenty of time to plan

what sewing I was going to tackle

when I finally arrived home!

First up, Debbie's MCM bee block...


Rolling Diamonds by knottygnome


Do you think there is enough contrast in it?

Next I pieced all my Scrappy Sandwiches together...


I'm looking forward to quilting this soon 

when I get backing and batting.



I have my binding ready though!


Finally, my Liberty cushion...

Before stitching it together

has its final stitches completed.



But I will save the full reveal for another day!


Did you have some sewing time this weekend?

Happy sewing!

SUZ


25 comments:

  1. Love love love them all!
    (Especially that wonderfully scrappy top!)

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  2. You've been so good at sticking to your list! Love them all but especially the bee block. I think there's enough contrast, such sweet fabrics.

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  3. Your Scrappy Sandwiches quilt is my fav. The colors! I've said it before, and I'll say it again, you have a true gift for choosing colors. Glad you could return home (safely) with some time left for sewing. Know you've missed it. You're creating lovely things.

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  4. You certainly got a lot of sewing done on the weekend!! All of your projects look wonderful!

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  5. Lovely projects and the Liberty looks so beautiful! And can't wait to see that binding on!

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  6. Suz, that scrappy quilt is seriously great! Can't waitr to see it all finished.

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  7. Loving your Scrappy Sandwiches, looks fab, you have been a busy bee!!

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  8. ok - love my bee block, and yes, there's enough contrast! Thank you!

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  9. New to the site. Love the scrappy sandwiches. Is it your pattern or can you direct me to it?
    I think the Rolling Diamonds has plenty of contrast.

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  10. I want a bit of that sandwich! It is beautiful. So thankful you are home safe and happy!

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  11. Beautiful, all of it! And there's that lovely fabric we both used in the top block :-)

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  12. Wow did you get a lot done. Love the bee block. The fabrics are great. And your sandwich quilt! It is wonderful. I also love the liberty cushion, great fabrics. Slow down you making me look bad!

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  13. Your Scrappy Sandwiches quilt looks better at every step! And the Liberty cushion....luscious!

    No sewing over the weekend, but I'm dreaming and scheming for the time when I will have uninterrupted sewing time again.

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  14. Love the fabrics in your bee block for Debbie. I better get busy and get mine done.

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  15. Gorgeous projects as always :-) I love the liberty cushion, and can't wait to see the Scrappy Sandwiches finished - so much work has gone into that.

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  16. Glad you got home safe and sound. Perfect contrast in the bee block - as there is differing scale as well. Those itty bitty pieced blocks are really effective aren't they? Were they with scraps? And has the scrap pile diminished?

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  17. you have got some great projects on the go

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  18. Gosh your sewing time and mojo took a leap into the stratosphere!

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  19. I'm loving your scrappy sandwiches quilt and very precisely pieced! Long waits can be good for ideas and motivation....

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  20. Wow! You sure have been sewing up a storm! Everything looks fabulous, of course? And the perfect way to patchnplay!

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  21. I just love your scrappy sandwiches quilt. It might be my next bee block request

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  22. Yes, there is enough contrast. I too love those scrappy sandwiches.

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  23. Scrappy sandwiches is brilliant. Love your binding and the liberty cushion.

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  24. Debbie's block looks fabulous! Your quilt top is really wonderful, too, and I have seen the finished pillow (one drawback to "batch reading") but it's fun seeing it in this stage, too.

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