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:

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

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

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  2. 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

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  3. Even though you started late, it is just beautiful!

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

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

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  7. but your blocks have been beautiful!!!
    :)

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  8. Behind, behind!

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

    Love the block, it's darling.

    Hugs

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

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  10. So cute Anina, who cares if it is late?

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  11. Let's hope so! Your block is darling.

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

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

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  14. 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

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  15. 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.

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

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

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  18. It looks good, so really, who cares?

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

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  20. 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!

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  21. 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!

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