TGIFF! - A Stitch in Time

Welcome TGIFFers! I'm going to milk my first finish of 2014 -- A Stitch in Time -- a little longer because, well, prepping these quilt block sandwiches has been taking up all of my extra time this week.

These blocks are for a free motion quilting workshop I'm teaching with the Ottawa Valley Quilt Guild on Saturday. Can't wait!

I won't repeat what I said about A Stitch in Time on Wednesday. I was going for a crop circle look with the quilting, which I forgot to mention earlier this week.



And that's pretty much all I've got!

Comments

  1. Goodness that's some fantastic quilting! Thanks for hosting. :-)

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  2. Your quilt is stunning! The quilting fabulous

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  3. Oh I love the 'crop circle' look. Very effective :)

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  4. Happy New Year Michelle wishing you all that is good! Love you quilt...fabulous! As always, thank you for hosting the linky! Marie x

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  5. Love the quilting on that piece, MR. Have fun teaching tomorrow!

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  6. Oooh, that quilting is yum! :)

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  7. Great quilting! can I come to your class? It's only a short flight from Winnipeg, lol.

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  8. Fabulous quilting!! I'm impressed.... :-D
    Have a nice week, and hope you had a happy start on this new Year.
    regards Ingrid

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  9. Love the quilting!!! I would love to attend your class! Alas it is too far from Vancouver.

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  10. Beautiful! I love the crop circle quilting! You did a fabulous job!

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  11. Your quilting design is wonderful--I especially like the contrast between the rectangles and straight lines of the piecing with the circles of the quilting. (I never can decide when to echo or when to contrast!)

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  12. Lovely quilting and I especially like how you've framed up the 3 spectrums in grays. So visually pleasing.
    best from Tunisia,
    nadia

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