Monday, March 9, 2009

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i am s-l-o-w-l-y making progress on this quilt (just haven't felt like sewing at all).

54 comments:

  1. oh nice! I didn't realize you would be adding other colors to the yellow. I think this scrappy log cabin may be my next quilt pattern to try. Very nice fabrics!

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  2. very pretty makes me think this winter might end soon.

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  3. Well, it's looking great! I love the yellows, and the other colors added to it.

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  4. love it so far!! i've noticed some weeks i'm much more in the sewing mood. :)

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  5. Looks great! Love ALL the fabrics. You're doing a great job. Try hand piecing like I do, you can find more stolen moments to quilt instead of being confined to the sewing room.

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  6. Keep going cuz it's going to be gorgeous when it's done!

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  7. Nettie - thanks for your help in planning of the Coin Quilt - I have posted a pic today of the quilt... all sewn by hand, was a joy to sew actually..

    Simon

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  8. Oh, Nettie...I LOOOOOOVE these blocks!!! So beautiful. I've got to try a quilt like this. Nice work!

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  9. Oh Nettie, this is SO great! I'm totally craving a scrappy log cabin after seeing your cute blocks. Love it.

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  10. Yep - hand sewing was a joy.... after almost a year of hexagons (1200 so far), this was a walk in the park!!!

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  11. The blocks are gorgeous those colors are a dream. I have become totally addicted to log cabins and once I make my Cottage QB quilt I think I will make another log cabin one!!

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  12. Love the colors and scale of your blocks! Hope your staying warm :)

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  13. oooh lovely! I like all the quilts you make - they are fresh and modern and you choose the nicest fabrics!

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  14. quiltinlikecrazyMarch 9, 2009 at 4:56 PM

    Oh I REALLY, REALLY, REALLY LOVE this!!!!!

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  15. It's very pretty. . you're doing a B-U-tiful job!

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  16. such a beautiful spring project!

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  17. it's looking great...i was feeling the same today...laid out all the project improv blue green blocks and didn't sew a one. maybe tomorrow.

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  18. This is such a gorgeous color combination! Your quilt is going to be amazing!

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  19. love this. what a great quilt it is going to be.

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  20. I love your blocks: they look so like spring. That means that you have two whole weeks to get them done: plenty of time for slow sewing. LOL

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  21. I love how each block is a different color. They look so nice together!

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  22. Oh they are sooo pretty!! This is going to be one beautiful quilt!

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  23. HI, I just wanted to let you know I like reading your blog, I like the setting. It is very nice to the eyes. And so are these blocks, I like them a lot! And remember... nobody forces you to sew, so if you don't feel like it, don't...

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  24. oh no you can't lose your sewing mojo! Maybe when Spring finally gets here you will feel better. Love the blue blocks.

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  25. Beautiful! I love these kinds of scrappy blocks.

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  26. I really love thse colors! Very pretty!

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  27. They look fabulous. It is coming along....

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  28. i love the yellow! and i know that feeling of not wanting to sew.

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  29. I love it! I feel a log cabin in my future.

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  30. Hope you're up to it more soon. :)

    This is just beautiful, Nettie!

    Rachel
    www.rachelcox.blogspot.com
    Mountain Baby Blankets

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  31. so pretty! i was just browsing flickr and was drooling over a log cabin quilt. and now after seeing these, i want to start another one!!

    i hope you feel like sewing again soon!

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  32. I came back to say that I put this photo on my desktop for the day so I could stare at the fabrics some more!

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  33. I Love the fabrics and the log cabins look gorgeous and bright! :)

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  34. Love, love, LOVING these beautiful blocks!!

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  35. nettie,
    i was wondering what pattern you would use with wee play. i am going back and forth with what to do with all my wee play and was wondering if you had any ideas. someone suggested that i ask you. is that weird? hopefully not annoying. have a great day
    heather

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  36. Kind of missing your bubbly posts and notes on here.. hope that you are out of your sewing funk and back soon..

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  37. Love your scrappy log cabin blocks!!

    Your blog is wonderful. So many cheerful happy stuff!

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  38. i love the colors and though i'm longing to do a log cabin, i have two in process quilts also being sadly neglected as it's planting time here.

    maybe 20 minutes a day, but that never seems to work.

    it is very lovely.

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  39. Just wanted you to know that I followed your tutorial on making the baby quilt. It was great. thank you so much for teaching. I am just a beginner but loving learning.

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  40. The blocks are amazing. They are wonderful. ANd that fabric!!! Love it. What a great idea.

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  41. So pretty, can't wait to see the finished quilt, lovely.

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  42. These look so lovely. I love the fabrics you're combining. It will be a gorgeous quilt.

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  43. it's so inspiring to watch your progress!

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  44. The blocks are beautiful those colors are a dream!
    Kind regards,

    Bear Zonn
    from the Netherlands

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  45. Lovely creation ... you quilters amaze me ... do you ever use feedsacks or is that passe?
    TTFN ~ Marydon

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  46. Oh wow! That is going to be gorgeous!

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