MORE ROW QUILT PROGRESS

Hello my lovelies. I hope you’re all enjoying a wonderful weekend. The day started off a little cloudy and grey but it seems to be brightening up a little. The sun always spurs me on to get things done. So, the washing machine is whirring away and I’m doing some cooking for the days to come.

I have a little Row Quilt progress to show you today. Slowly but surely I’m making progress. I’ve done the fine hand stitching on three rows so far …..

Three Row Progress

These are the bottom three rows of the quilt top. I am working on the next row up which consists of funky suns …..

Sunshine

I have managed to finish three of the six blocks. The blocks that make up this project were inspired by my art journals pages. The shapes and colours vary a little but that’s what inspiration is all about.

I worked on a baby quilt as well but as it’s a gift, I decided not to post any photos of it just yet. However, I enjoyed making the simple baby quilt that I plan on making a few more for future use. I believe that this lockdown will produce a baby boom. I’ll be ready when the babies start arriving.

It’s been a nice relaxing weekend here in my little corner of the northeast of England. I’ve done a few household chores, a little sewing and a lot of planning. This coming week is going to be a busy one, especially now that social distancing is being relaxed and we can form support bubbles. It feels like we’re slowly introducing ourselves back into society. I’m a little apprehensive about mixing again but it needs to be done if we want any kind of normal life.

Well, my lovely friends, I guess that’s my news for this weekend. I hope you all have a super cosy evening doing something you truly enjoy doing. Until next time,

Let’s all keep on stitching.

Lucie x

2 thoughts on “MORE ROW QUILT PROGRESS

  1. I’m really enjoying seeing this quilt come together. Thanks for sharing your progress. I love making baby quilts & giving them away. I’ve also thought there may be a baby boom, but then maybe not with social distancing (giggle). I’m still apprehensive, but know that we must keep doing some things we were used too. It will all take time & we’ll just need to always be aware of what can happen in this world of today. Take care, stay safe & huggles.

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    1. Hi Susan, I’m glad you’re enjoying the progress on my current project. It’s quite fun to work on because it’s all simple stuff but it looks good when you put it together. I can’t even imagine what it will look like once it’s quilted!!! I’m already planning where to hang it. Thanks for popping in today xx

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