Work in Progress Wednesdays

A change of project this week as I picked up one of he 7 inch block for the lace quilt and started to work on that. To be honest there is not too much else to share as I spent time at the craft fair. Had fun met friends for lunch and generally spent too much money!

crazy quilt block in progress

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8 Responses to Work in Progress Wednesdays

  1. Isabelle says:

    thank you for giving me the opportunity to talk about my favorite project: embroider a piece of the Bayeux Tapestry, also called tapestry of Queen Matilda. I just wrote an article on my latest progrets on this work:

  2. Lyndsey says:

    The colours in your block are lovely. I love going to craft fair and exhibitions but always end up spending far too much.
    This week I have been working on my sampler but also on my Dresden plate quilt.

  3. Faith says:

    Very little needlework progress this week. Then I posted this and forgot to come back here.

  4. Marci Hainkel says:

    I’ve posted a picture of block 11 for my champagne quilt
    I like seeing everyone’s progress.

  5. Mertie says:

    I love this block! The colours attracted me immediately!
    It’s been a remarkably busy, and now, extremely hot
    and humid summer. I haven’t stitched much but
    a day never goes by without a stop at your web site.
    Thank you for the inspiration and sharing!

  6. Mary Ruth says:

    I am slowly working on Elizabeth by Gay Ann Rogers. You can see my progress here:

  7. Liz Eph says:

    sounds like a lovely week !

  8. Annet says:

    This is such a pretty block, I like the lace in the upper right corner. The colours are lovely. Craft fairs are always tricky, I always come home with more than I planned!
    Here’s my progress for this week:

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