Sunday, 1 August 2021

sweetpea: progress photos

 






 up on the design wall. . .








 and all joined together . . .









Quilt design by Emmamarydesigns and I used a fabric pack from queenoffabric as my starting point.
Call me old fashioned {wink wink} but nothing beats the colours & smell of pretty sweetpeas 
Finished quilt top size 42" x 56".
Linking up with Cyndy for 'oh scrap' here

Dreaming of summer,
Linda 


11 comments:

  1. Oh, square in a square blocks ...a little bit like what I have just finished! It's such a versatile design, isn't it? I guess all of us in the Southern Hemisphere are all dreaming of Spring and sweet peas!

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  2. That's a pretty design! I've always been a fan of the Pearl Bracelets line and I spy one in your sashing rows!

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  3. I love seeing the square in a square blocks. So pretty!

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  4. What pretty blocks, Sweet Pea is an excellent name for them.

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  5. Sweet Peas are intoxicating!
    I like your photos showing different lighting on the quilt bringing out different aspects of the colors.
    Lovely.

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  6. Economy blocks are so pretty, especially with your beautiful fabric.

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  7. Sweet Peas are a must have in our garden, the scent is wonderful. Good for you already having the quilt top together, are you sending out for quilting or stitching yourself?

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  8. What a lovely quilt, so pretty! Happy stitching!

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  9. The simple design really highlights the different florals you have chosen - it has turned out really lovely

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  10. Such lovely fabrics in your Sweet Pea quilt. How lovely your blocks look all stitched together. I have to agree with you that there is nothing quite like the exquisite fragrance of a posy of sweet peas. Funnily enough, I have just planted some this very weekend.

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  11. This really is super sweet! Love the soft colors to this one so much!:)

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