Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Mid Month CatchUp

This month has been a busy one! Where has the year gone already? I've been happily stitching my stonefields BOM, am up to month 4 now, just finishing the last block of Month 3. This quilt has been amazing, it truly is a special quilt and well worth the money if your inclined to buy it. I have never loved a quilt quite as much as this one. It just ticks all my boxes!


















On other fronts I'm up to stitching the first border on the Di Ford mystery BOM, the next border which is applique, is a knock out!
Also been sneaking in some sewing on the bird block for the CWBQ and the bias stem borders on my Rotherfield Greys. It's slow going as I hate bias stems!


I bought Gail Pans a merry christmas garden BOM as well. This is a knock out quilt and I'm hoping to have it done by Christmas :)



I also managed to make a mini from the last quiltmania magazine.





My Mums rag quilt came home for a visit and a wash! It was one of the first quilts that I ever made ;)


And this little beauty, is going on my list as soon as Stonefields is complete!
Karen Cunninghams, Sundial Sampler! Too gorgeous, just a WoW quilt 



And that's what I've been up to since last month !
And three kids and house work and cooking......   ;0)

Till next time.
Keep on Stitching,
Kel x


15 comments:

  1. I can see why you are in love with the Stonefield quilt! Your blocks are stunning! What size are your blocks? they look small. Small is good!

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  2. Beautiful work Kel -- just loving all of your projects. Thanks so much for sharing. Karen

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  3. You are a very productive woman. You choices of fabric suit my taste, particularly your flowery fabric. Beautiful. And your appliqu├ęs are beautifully sewn!

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  4. Your Stonefield blocks are lovely, great choice of fabrics.

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  5. Your Stonefields blocks are lovely, colours stronger than most I've seen. Fabric choices and fussy cutting amazing. You are quite a busy little lady.

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    1. Thank you very much, it's lovely to hear :0)
      You are a no reply blogger! So I can't send you an email. Yes, my colours are a fair bit darker than most, I love the soft airy rosy ones too, may make another one oneday!

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  6. I can see how much you love this quilt in your blocks. They are absolutely beautiful, it's going to be stunning. Are you choosing your own fabrics?

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  7. Wow, what beauties you are creating! Glad I added you to my blog list on my blog so I won't miss a one of your posts.

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  8. So nice to see all your beautiful work, I like your style. Thanks.

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  9. Oh, your Stonefields blocks are just beautiful, I just love your fabric choices.

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  10. Kel, all your work is over the top! I love your color choices; they are so soft and cozy looking. With 3 little ones, how do you find the time to do all you do?

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  11. Wow! All your work is just wonderful..Love the little mini from the last quilt mania magazine. It’s on my to do list.

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  12. I love those Stonefields blocks. Your fabrics are beautiful, and I would love to be able to come over and riot through your stash.

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  13. Hi, Kel. Just found your blog and am so inspired by your work. Your little blocks are gorgeous. Can you tell me what size they are? Really like all of the light backgrounds for the applique work, which I must say is very impressive. Hope you find this comment at such a late date. Judy

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    1. Thank you Judy!
      All the comments get sent to my email, so I never miss one. Your a No Reply blogger which means the only way I can leave you a message is via the comments here on the blog.
      Now I hope YOU find the comment too ;))
      the little stonefields blocks are 6.5" to finish at 6". Such a gorgeous quilt to work on, worth every moment. Thank you for visiting xxx

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