Saturday, September 27

Strip - O - Hoy Top...finished

Still having trouble with my computer...
Quickly sneaking this post in while the going is good!

It's great to have the S-O-H quilt top finished, it was easy enough to do, just took a little bit of extra effort to add a few more rows to make it a good lap size quilt.
I think I'll put it way for a while, sandwich and quilt it in the new year some time. I really want to get onto something else.
I'd like to have a change from the repro fabrics for a while and work on something different.

I have some Japanese fabrics left over from my Japanese quilt, I've been thinking of doing something with them. I do have a design in mind, but first I need to see if I have enough Japanese fabrics in my stash...I really don't want to buy any more.

Better go before I lose this post.
Take care..

16 comments:

  1. Hi Julia, I'm back, your quilt is looking fabulous, I bet the materials are so much prettier in reality.
    Sorry to hear about your computer, I must remember to do a backup again soon too. :)
    & where would we be without our fabric stashes, I keep saying I will use some of it before I buy any more, but, guess what! lol.

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  2. That is really beautiful! I love the pattern and the fabrics! Very nice job!!! Can't wait to see what you decide to make next!
    Kristie

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  3. Wow ... nice to hear a new spurt of creativity is on it's way ... that's what we like and you can do it! Remember, I still have quite a lot of nice Japanese fabrics and you are welcome to them.
    Dear Oy is here and having a great weekend!
    Hugs - Lurline.

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  4. It will be a great lap quilt; have fun with your new project!

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  5. I love this quilt pattern. I don't think that I have ever seen it before but will have to review my quilt books and look for it. Do you have a new blog banner? I don't remember this one. My next charm quilt will be with this block. Love it.

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  6. Wow Julia that is absolutely stunning. Well done.

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  7. Looks great Julia!
    Tucking something away for a while and working on something new is good for the soul... That is where I am at right now. 3 UFOs out of my way, work on something new, then back to the UFOs in a week or two. 8-)
    Japanese fabrics... oh yummy!
    If you can (comp problems) pop over to leave a comment on my "giveaway post" to have your name entered.
    Happy stitchings!

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  8. Oh the quilt is just beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
    hugz:)
    Candi

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  9. Love the quilt - I need to get back to quilting one of these days.

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  10. LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT !!!! :D

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  11. What a wonderful quilt. I love that you used some leftovers to do it. I have bunches and am always trying to come up with something different to do with them.

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  12. Great quilt-such a graphic design. Wow.

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  13. Your SOH looks fabulous!! good vibes for other aspects!

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  14. Love the new quilt Julia and I just adore the hexagon scarf, where did you get the pattern for it?
    hugs
    Bernadette

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  15. I like your quilt. Somehow it reminds me of milk and cookies. I don't know why it does, but it does.

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