Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Four Seasons...Spring

I had these almost done for weeks and tonight after I turned off all the lights to wind down for bed, I crawled into my sewing room and decided to put the whole lot together while I waited to get sleepy. I had one more block puzzle to make and then fitted them all into one big section, just in time to open up the Spring section that arrived today.

Now that's done and I'm happy to say that I am staying current on it and the Sweet Land of Liberty BOM. I finished that a while back and showed you, just need to pin down the first block pieces, sew and then start embroidering the words. I think staying on top of the current months project is the key to not getting overwhelmed.

Of course, that doesn't mean I don't have other things to do..lots of them. Two little quilts to make before July 4th..oh and the patriotic Stitchery guy, oh yea, and a few other things. Not to mention a new antique quilt I find to reproduce every other week! Yikes! I better get busy!

9 comments:

Stina said...

Love your version of Four Seasons...looking forward to see you working on the spring blocks...
Take care...

Kathie said...

looking forward to what little quilts your going to make for the 4th of July....can you tell us?
oh how I love this bom I was so tempted to buy it.
LOOKS great and the colors are just so me :) love the stitchery patterns too. but I am learning I can't have it all!
Kathie

Carol said...

The winter section looks wonderful...can't wait for spring. Lots of projects...not enough time...did you find us any more yet?

Mary said...

These are so pretty, I can't wait to get settled - I want to start another small crazy quilt and do some embroidery in the blocks as well as along the seams. I really enjoyed the bit I did on the doll quilt.

Libby said...

Is each season a quilt of its own or do they all go together in the end? I find it so difficult to stay on top of BOM's . . . just one (of many *s*) quirks about me, I guess.

kjquilts said...

I love BOMs, but I find it hard to keep up month to month. That is why I look at it as a collection of patterns and take my time. I admire you for keeping up! What a wonderful quilt this will be when you are done. It's true, there is always something new to tempt us!

Carin said...

That is a darling quilt! I just love the combo of stitchery and quilting.

Dawn said...

Oh cute, cute, cute!

Aldana said...

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Sory but my english is not very well