Wednesday, May 4, 2011

wip wednesday--courthouse steps.

I started another quilt.  I have more projects "in progress" than I would like, but I'm completely out of batting and haven't bought more.  Hopefully soon, batting will move to the top of my list of things to get...

linking up with freshly pieced.

21 comments:

  1. wow! that is going to be beautiful! I sure love the new DS line!

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  2. yes, lovely- I'm glad Nicke pointed out the details I was marveling at the whole block.

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  3. I love log cabin block. Court house steps is one I have not made yet. Yours is nice I like your fabrics.

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  4. I bought the Eleanor Burns Courthouse Steps book years ago wanting to make one. Still not made! I retire soon, so there is hope. You do beautiful work.

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  5. I'm starting one of these very, very soon! But I need to clear a whole bunch of things off my plate before I can... so impatient!

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  6. Good start! The batting will come!

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  7. Yeah! This is awesome sauce. I have never seen courthouse steps linking up like this before. Aren't you clever?

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  8. Great start on your new quilt! Love your blocks!

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  9. I love your court house steps blocks, I have been playing with log cabin blocks a lot lately.

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  10. Love your use of the DS fabric, this is going to be a beautiful quilt!

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  11. I love your blocks...I will have to check into that book!
    Micki

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  12. Good Luck! I started this same quilt last year and abandoned it because it took too long, haha. Looks great, though!

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  13. Those blocks are looking good!

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  14. Looks great! What a perfect pattern for those DS fabrics. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

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  15. Don't you just love log cabins and it's variations! This will be fabulous!

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  16. What a great way to use Denyse's fabric. Love this. So vintage looking. Making courthouse steps is a favorite of mine.

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  17. This makes me want to start one of my own. it looks so lovely! But I have plenty of batting sitting around, so no excuse to start something new.

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  18. well, what could I say...as aalways cool. I just saw so many great stuff here that already have no words ))

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