Tuesday, 21 January 2014

A little stitchery...

I promised you some pretty pics, and after finding a small patch of almost the right level of brightness on the upstairs landing, here you go...




I only have 6 more blocks to make until my 6x7 #economyblockalong arrangement is complete.  I am not so much torn between making it bigger or not, as this will be the perfect size for what I want and need, but whether to make another?!?

Sense for now will prevail though, I have the rest of my FAL list, never-alone another equally long list of other things I want to make like this, and this and this even though I can't knit!

So many plans, so little time, (but plenty of fabric, just in case!) xxx

18 comments:

  1. I love you economy blocks, all gorgeous, and what a decision, make it bigger, make another, if only i had finished some of my FAL i would be right to it! And I especially love the first 2 must makes on your list!! :o)

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  2. It will be a lovely quilt Hadley. Hid x

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  3. They all go really well together ! It'll be lovely x

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  4. Its a great way to use up scrappy bits, so if the scrap bin is full, go for it and make another. Besides, you have enjoyed making these.

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  5. All looking fab! Bet you won't want to stop either lol

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  6. Lovely blocks and I would make
    another....why stop at one? lol
    Cheers, Anita.

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  7. As long as there is fabric.... there will be quilts! This is awesome! I always think 'I'm going to make another one' . . and then find something I just must make! :)

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  8. So much charm! Great fabric/color combos!

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  9. I love your economy blocks and I too want to make that noodle head cargo bag.

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  10. Decisions decisions .... These are so pretty and really nicely balanced for your current project. Maybe if you move on to something else next it would show you if you really do have the desire for another one of these.

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  11. Love your economy blocks. And the cargo duffle is such a gorgeous bag, it's on my long list of 'one day' proejcts :)

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  12. I'm liking my blocks more and more as I make more of them - I wasn't exactly sold on the first handful - so I'm also resisting the temptation to make a bigger quilt, since what I could actually do with is a baby quilt, not another monster.

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  13. Ooh yes I really like this! How about you have a break, do something else and if you still feel the urge to make another, go ahead and do it?

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  14. I think they look great - have you decided whether to go bigger?

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