Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Short and Sweet

Nothing like a new book full of inspiration,
and some free time
to get the creative juices going again.
My version of Kim Diehl's Short and Sweet from her new book,
Simple Charm.

This is what it should look like when I finish.

I did resew Primitive Pumpkins, 
and with the help of a my friend,
Deb,
now have all the wools collected for the applique.

So between the two projects,
there will be a lot of button hole stitching going on around here.
In addition,
I start my BOM, Pennies from Heaven, tomorrow.
Wool, wool, glorious wool!


16 comments:

  1. That is going to be beautiful! Nice start you have!!

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  2. Ohhhhh... I love this scrappy quilt! Your fabrics and blocks are awesome!

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  3. I love it.....it's going to be so sweet!

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  4. Love this scrappy quilt too! Wonderful quilt for your next "new" project

    :) Carolyn

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  5. I love Kim's new book but haven't bought it yet. Your project is fantastic.

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  6. Very beautiful! I love Kim's patterns.

    I started Pennies from Heaven over a year ago and really need to finish up! It's a beautiful quilt!

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  7. I love it! Nice work. That's my favorite quilt from her new book.

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  8. Oh I love your new project. That looks fun from start to quilted finish. Enjoy playing with all that wool :0)

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  9. Looks great, Cheryl!
    Oh, I don't have that book yet.... :-( Not that I reeally need another book.
    Glad to see you back!

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  10. Looks like you have the bulk of it done, this is going to be beautiful!!!!

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  11. Love it! Some of your fabrics look very familiar. Glad you've found time to stitch.

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  12. Love your version of Short and Sweet. You sure are speedy! There isn't a project in that book that I wouldn't love to make. Another great book from Kim!

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  13. Great choice of projects and you always choose such wonderful colours. That's giving my creative juices a bit of a nudge!

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  14. It's going to be beautiful! Lovely! I'm glad to hear that you got your last project worked out. I recently had a similar experience and it took me awhile to get it worked out. I'm glad you are back on track :-) Sometimes I have moments where I need to remind myself that this quilting stuff is supposed to be fun LOL!!

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