Saturday, April 30

Spring Harvest...revisited

Do you remember this... my Spring Harvest quilt that I started to design and play with...
I started working on this in February last year...gosh, that's more than a year ago already, where has that year gone...!

It's been neatly folded away in the cupboard since then, with all the fabric that goes for it.. just to make sure I don't accidentally cut them up as scraps...
I'm thinking, perhaps this may be a good time to do a bit more on it, while I " WAIT " for that bundle of blue fabrics...( this is becoming a bit of a saga...isn't it! )..
Well, it's Saturday, no mail today...maybe next week!

My thoughts go out to the folk who have been touched by the devastating Tornado's we saw unfolding on our news....
Stay safe...♥

14 comments:

  1. Looks beautiful. I love the fabrics. At least you are not wasting your time waiting for the blue fabric.

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  2. This is so beautiful!! I wich it was mine :-)

    Elisabeth

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  3. That is a good idea to tuck the fabric away with the quilt. It is looking good.
    WHAT!! Still no blue fabrics. :(

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  4. keep working on this one it will take your mind off the missing fabrics.........

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  5. Perhaps that blue fabric delayed arriving because you're supposed to be working on this one. Well, it's quite lovely, and I'm glad you have at least one UFO to keep you busy!

    On behalf of Americans, thank you for thinking of those who've been touched by our tornados. I find it all so amazing, not only because there have been more than 600 tornados in the past few months, but because of WHERE they've been. Would you believe... I'm the one who lives in what's called "Tornado Alley," and we've had just a few tornados in Iowa this spring. Yes, people's homes in Iowa were damaged, but no one died, and the devastation here doesn't begin to compare to Alabama. I know I'm not the only person who's noting our weather extremes... beginning with the flooding and cyclone in Queensland, to earthquakes in NZ, then the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, and now to the US tornados. I truly wonder if we are approaching end times.

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  6. Oh, the quilt is just beautiful! I would love to see it finished, so get busy.
    The saga of the blue fabric goes on, doesn't it! Not fun.

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  7. Es un trabajo precioso,me encanta es muy bonita.
    Siento mucho todo lo que ha pasado en estos ultimos días en tu pais,estube en Chicago y Philadelphia hace ahora justo un año y me encantó tu pais y la gente,un beso.

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  8. Julia, what a gorgeous quilt! so romantic and very traditional looking, I'm glad you have brought it out to work on again, it will be magnificent when finished and quilted!!!

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  9. It can't be a year, can it Julia? Well, it's still beautiful. What planet did you order the blue fabric from?

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  10. Good idea to pull out a UFO. My beautiful signature blocks arrived late last week (at last) so yours can't be far away.

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  11. I remember this lovely project, good luck finishing it. I sure hope you get that blue fabric soon. Did you call the store to see if it's lost in the mail? We do get anxious while waiting don't we? :^)

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  12. Your quilt is beautiful I do hope you get to finished it.

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  13. This is going to be one awesome quilt.

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  14. What pretty, pretty colors in your quilt! I hope your blue fabrics get there soon...

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