Tuesday, April 17

Remember This...and this...

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 Mo-jo to really kick back in...
I just don't know what I want to start on next.... maybe some baskets, log cabin, courthouse steps...or get back to my Kaffe houses..
I'd really like to get on and do just a few more houses, perhaps enough for a wall hanging...or design some thing else with them...hmm, I wonder if I could set some of them on the round for a round table topper.
...see how I go .
Happy stitching......♥

11 kind people said..:

Sue-Anne said...

Ha Ha! You sound like me, just too many projects to choose from.

Paula Hensley Murphy said...

I know where "MoJo" is....it's in several projects at one time, that way you don't get bored with just one! I think 7 is a good number. Am I going to have to mail you some MoJo from here! I have plenty to share, however you might wind up Compulsive Obsessive, it's a condition that is hard to cure, but who wants to?

Lois Evensen said...

Ah, yes, projects everywhere! I always have one packed to take along to creatively use waiting room time, travel time, any time. Then there are those at home in separate boxes and bags. At least there is never "nothing to do." Double negative intended. ;)

Elyte said...

Oh my, Spring Harvest is beautiful. Definitely worth finishing.

Elyte said...

Oh my, Spring Harvest is beautiful. Definitely worth finishing.

Heather said...

I love that medallion quilt. I have some of that toile in my stash. Thanks for the inspiration.

Fischtown Lady said...

Spring Harvest ist so beautifull. Work on it, hhis quilt is too good for the cabinet. I love him.
Best regards, Marita

Lynn said...

I love you houses and your Spring Harvest quilt is going to be a stunner. The fabrics in both of them are so rich.

carol fun said...

Love the Kaffe houses! That's a neighborhood I'd like to live in!

Miri said...

Oh I just love this quilt...glad you're getting back to it. To me, you've captured the wonderful look and sensibility of late 18th century quilters.

Merilyn said...

The Spring Harvest is definitely worth getting back to, you have done a lot of work on it already, and I do love your house blocks, so colourful, a table-topper sounds wonderful!!!