Thursday, November 8, 2018

Seattle MQG QuiltCon Charity Quilt: Progress


Since I showed you the beginning of our QuiltCon Charity quilt, I thought you might enjoy seeing where I ended up. Don't get me wrong, the quilt is far from done. But I've pieced the parts I was assigned and I'll be taking it all to my co-chair Louise/@imfeelincrafty at our meeting next week.


Our design has five columns, so I pieced two and a half of them, making hexagon 'blocks' out of the striped slabs our guild-mates made. Louise is piecing the others and will finish up the quilt top before handing it off for quilting.


So it'll be a while before I have more to share, but I have a very strong feeling it will be worth the wait!

12 comments:

  1. this is going to be an amazing quilt. I can't wait to see it finished

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  2. I think it will be very worth the wait, too! It was great watching your contributions for it grow and come together.

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  3. I agree with Ellyn....WOW. Love it!

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  4. Wow! Amazing! This is such a good looking quilt! I do love the pallette they chose.

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  5. Incredible! It will be fantastic! ---"Love"

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  6. My goodness! This is such a smashing way to meet the "small piecing" challenge! It's really beautiful, especially with the limited color palette. It's also wonderful that you contributed your piecing skills. I haven't helped with our chapter's quilt, but will sew binding to it. Will your quilt be longarm quilted? Ours will be domestic machine quilted, so that person has her work cut out for her!

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  7. WOW! Just wow! Worth it is an understatement! It's quite stunning and shows the color palette and an amazing amount of talent!

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  8. This is going to be just amazing. Look forward to seeing the end result.

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  9. I love the quilt already! It will definitely be worth the wait. Though figuratively speaking I can't wait to see more :)

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  10. This quilt is going to be amazing, I can't wait to see it in person at QuiltCon. Your guild really embraced the small piecing theme. Are you going to be at QuiltCon in '19?

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