Work in Progress Wednesday Block 34 started

Crazy quilt block 34 startI have started block 34 in my next quilt. I am still working with a soft colour scheme. There is some very nice vintage lace on this block so I am thinking about how I will treat it. Hopefully next week I will be able to share the finished block with you.

You will find all the other blocks in this series the Lace Quilt category

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5 Responses to Work in Progress Wednesday Block 34 started

  1. Angela says:

    I am chugging along on an old project. I have completed one more block and so only have one more to go for that quilt! So close!

  2. Annet says:

    The lace in the upper right corner is so pretty, looking forward to see what you’re going to do with it. A different kind of progress here:

  3. Marci Hainkel says:

    I finished another champagne block. WIP Wednesdays have helped keep me going on these blocks.

  4. You’re doing so well with your lovely quilt, Sharon and I haven’t touched my sampler since February! (Crawls off to hide head in shame….)

  5. That piece of white lace is very delicate, and maybe a challenge to embellish? Have fun!
    Here is my progress report:

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