Slow Progress

I thought I’d do a quick sewing update post.  The dark ring of hexagons on my charm quilt is sloooooowly growing (sadly not keeping pace with the dark rings under my eyes lol)

slow progress

And I’ve done a bit more on my friend’s little girl’s Disappearing Pink Patch quilt.  This is very girly, but I am quite loving the colours after all:

pink patch progress march 2012 (1)pink patch progress march 2012 (2)

That’s all for now!

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8 thoughts on “Slow Progress

  1. Your disappearing nine-patch is gorgeous! I’m looking forward to seeing it finished. Love your hexagons too. You must have a lot of patience 🙂

  2. Julie says:

    Well, that is a lot more than I have managed! Although I did lay out all the blocks for my jelly roll quilt (just for a sneak preview.)
    Am loving that pink quilt.

  3. I wish I could come over and have you show me how to quilt! I’ve always wanted to learn. Beautiful work lady!

  4. Allie says:

    I don’t think there’s any way to do hexagons quickly, lol – that is amazing, so gorgeous! And I love the DP9 quilt!!!!!

  5. Ria says:

    I adore the hexagon quilt! It looks amazing!

  6. Andria says:

    Both of these are such gorgeous projects!

  7. Higglepea says:

    Love the hexagon quilt! Absolutely LOVE IT! x

  8. vivjm says:

    Thanks for all your lovely comments peeps, it has really helped me renew my enthusiasm 🙂

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