Monday, July 20, 2009

Slow and steady...

...wins the race, right?
A Tisket A Tasket - June progress
I started the "A Tisket A Tasket" BOM five months late and now I'm six months behind.
Oh well.

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23 comments:

nicolette said...

Your blocks are so great with the black/white poolka dots!

And who says it needs to be finished within 12 months?

Anonymous said...

Your first basket was fabulous. So glad that you are working on another one. Your work is such an inspiration!!! Thanks for sharing a sneak peek of this one.

Judy

Jackie said...

Even though you started late, it is just beautiful!

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Mickie said...

Your blocks are beautiful!!! Relax and enjoy it, there is no deadline! Love the background, really makes the applique POP!

Shari said...

I do so love this on the black and white background...

rachel griffith said...

but your blocks have been beautiful!!!
:)

Mimi said...

Behind, behind!

There's no problem being behind...it's just a temporary thing.

Love the block, it's darling.

Hugs

Anonymous said...

It's so worth it, though. These blocks are great...hang in there.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

So cute Anina, who cares if it is late?

MichelleB said...

Let's hope so! Your block is darling.

Tina said...

I'm way behind, too. I have 3 blocks done. Just keep stitching!

Robin said...

There's nothing wrong with taking one's time and enjoying the process. It is looking beautiful so far! :)

Aloha, Jo said...

Behind is something to sit on while relaxing with your hand work......... PS - June blocks arrived, no cancellation on th postage - do you think that's a hint to do an exchange again in the future? Aloha, Jo

Priscilla said...

You are doing great! I made my first block, the March block, this month. It looked the easiest to me. Now I am working on April. You'll get them done in your own time.

jaybird said...

still better than me!! i've only printed each month.. i haven't started mine at all!!

Whosies said...

i think i am keeping pace with you! at least yours is hand done..mine, just iron and go!

Kerri said...

how pretty!!

Cheryl Arkison said...

It looks good, so really, who cares?

julieQ said...

You are just about where I am! Your block really looks so very pretty.

Chara Michele said...

Well your block is lovely! :)

KateKwiltz said...

It's so hard to get into a project if you're not in love with it. I find that letting them sit a while and coming back at a later date gives some fresh perspective. That being said, I think they're beautiful!

Nichole said...

on a note separate from your block (which is beautiful by the way), what type of thread do you use? i have been trying to figure out what type of thread is good to use. thanks!