Friday, January 22, 2010

Making progress

It's finally starting to feel like my New Year's resolution may actually be fulfilled.

I've been working on my hexies at night.
Grandmother's Flower Garden Hexies

I'm ready to finish the Spice Market quilt. It's about 60% quilted. (Yes, it IS from 2007!)

The three-by-three swap quilt is next. The top is about halfway assembled.

Yes, I'm definitely on a roll over here.

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11 comments:

  1. I LOVE this quilt -- it's so darn bright and cute. And you're so funny -- I think I have quilts that are probably 20 years old -- hopefully my grandchildren will finish them LOL!

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  2. I've never seen a hexagon quilt in brights. I love it!

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  3. Love your hexies! I really want to make one of those someday.

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  4. Woo hoo!!! You have indeed been productive. I love your hexies... so bright and happy. And I can't wait to see your three-by-three quilt!

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  5. Wow, that big pile of hexagons looks like serious progress! Hexagons are another quilting block I haven't tried yet. Love the colors you are assembling here. You have been so busy and productive. Can't wait to see this one come together.

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  6. Don’t you love making those hexagons? They’re so vibrant!

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  7. Those bright and beautiful hexies are wonderful Anina! And the fall quilt below should be a pattern - love it!

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  8. Anina, you just know how I love your hexies quilt!! I am so glad to see you working on that one. I love the spice market quilt. I am so far behind you on that one. I bought the fabric and everything to make that quilt. Washed it, folded it and it is still sitting in the to do pile from 2007. So you are way ahead of me on this one!

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  9. Great colors -- I need a project like this to carry to work for breaks. I have also enjoyed you site!

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  10. Ok Anina, I officially do not know how you can possibly do it all. 'That Quilt', run a store, run a home, AND get projects going again??

    I'm amazed. Bewildered. Dazzled.

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  11. I am totally smitten with your bright little hexagons! What a great portable project.

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