Saturday, 9 March 2013

Piecing

It's not perfect, and I am still second guessing what I put where with which fabrics - but it still makes me happy.


Just need the borders and then I can baste it and decide how to quilt the cushion. Now that I have properly cut into the HR my mind is going a mile a minute with quilt ideas to really get stuck in to a big HR project. Only I also have low volume ideas, and my bee blocks, and, and, and...

There will always be another quilt to be made, more fabric to obsess about, inspiration to be found. Isn't it great!

Susan

39 comments:

  1. It is beautiful. Such a pretty cushion. Isn't it great when a plan comes together!

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  2. That is going to be one truly beautiful cushion.

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  3. Yes, good job those designers keep churning stuff out to keep us interested :oD

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  4. Gorgeous indeed! Now get busy! Lol

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  5. Gorgeous! Another gold star for even contemplating cutting up the rest of the HR for the next project, move to the top of the class Susan! x

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  6. Oh Susan I've been AWOL for a while and come back to this, it is stunning, I love everything about it :-)

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  7. It's unanimous- it's gorgeous! You have found the perfect pattern for your precious fabric!!!

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  8. I'm not sure why but from the last post I thought these were bigger quilt sized blocks and was amazed it was done! It's going to be a beautiful cushion!

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  9. stunning!!! I love the colours too, you picked the perfect fabrics :)

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  10. Can't wait to see it finished.

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  11. Gorgeous. See- you made beautiful fabric even more fabulous by using it.

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  12. love the fussy cut blocks. It really has come together quite nicely.

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  13. It turned out great. It is amazing how many different fabrics there are out there now - good quality fabrics too.

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  14. It's gorgeous - you get to see the fabrics more in a cushion in many ways. Can't wait to see the finished article. (Am tossing up whether the gnome pushing the wheel barrow or the lobster is my favourite block in it - mind you thetre is also the awesome goldfish in the top right....)

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  15. Beautiful! Sounds like it has got your creative juices rolling too! Jxo

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  16. Wow, you got this put together so fast - it looks wonderful!

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  17. Happy is good! Lovely cushion front. Look forward to what bigger project you have up those creative sleeves.

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  18. The last sentence of this post is what it's all about! You absolutely hit the nail on the head, and thank goodness for it! Aren't we lucky?!

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  19. yes, it is great and this is perfect

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  20. Fabulous! I have a plan for my HR stash if I could only get through the other ten million ideas before it ;)

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  21. Beautiful! Let the ideas continue :-)

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  22. Absolutely love this - it's going to make a fab cushion

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  23. IT IS AMAZING! You must be so pleased with yourself and your creativeness!!!!

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  24. Oh I can see just one or two nice fabrics here....ok all of it...it's amazing!

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  25. super cute! I wish I had a few little HR tidbits. I'm down to the last few garden gnomes so I'm putting them into my scrap vomit quilts.

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  26. So Lovely....how clever are you. As I dont own any HR can you say how big those itty bitty pieces are? It looks like very perfect piecing to me if it is teeny tiny size. cant wait to see more.

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  27. It's lovely Susan. My cousin is having a baby girl in May and you've inspired me to do something like this with Posy by Aneela Hoey I think.

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