Monday, October 17, 2016

Design Wall Monday

The Temecula mystery quilt called Circa 2016 finished up last week, and I am eager to get this quilt top together. This is how it looks so far. The 3 centre panels are made but not trimmed to the correct size yet. They need to be trimmed and joined together.
The right side panel is well underway. It's been a while since I sewed a quilt with an on point layout, and it's a bit of a challenge for my brain.
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17 comments:

  1. All those blocks you showed each week on your blog look wonderful together!

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  2. I'm sure you will get there. It is looking great

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  3. These are precious! I now wish I'd taken part. How big are the blocks, 4"?

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  4. a lot of little blocks in this one will be interesting to see how it turns out

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  5. Kathy this looks amazing. Can't wait to see the finished product!

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  6. Gorgeous work on this quilt Kathy!

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  7. This will make a really nice quilt. A sampler of block variations. Looking forward to seeing it finished!

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  8. You are moving right along! This is such a sweet quilt.

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  9. Loving your Circa 2016! I got behind with my Start-Itus and Tula Pink Blocks.
    I missed the finishing instructions like Randy D so I'll be figuring it out as I go along. I need more CW fabric for the setting squares and Triangles. Road Trip!

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  10. I love the shirting setting fabric you are using!

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  11. This is looking so lovely!

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  12. Your discipline is inspiring...you are finished with the blocks and it is still 2016, LOL! Looking forward to seeing it all together!

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  13. This is coming together beautifully. It's always fun to see how the blocks from a quilt along all come together in the end.

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  14. Seeing your blocks makes me wish I had made them as they were presented. Then I would have a quilt in the making like yours.

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