Wednesday, June 27, 2012

vine 3 attatched

I had intended to work on something else last night but my finished Susan McCord vine panel #3 was calling to me to attatch it to 1 and 2.
I just can't stop working on this project. All my other projects are suffering neglect.
I've already cut out panel #4 and started preping more leaves :0)
My DD#2 designed and embroidered this handkercheif last week for her friend's birthday. The stitches started out small... :0) I think it is sweet and she's having fun doing handwork. I hope she'll make one for me for my birthday too!!
Happy Quilting!!

12 comments:

Alison said...

These vines are absolutely beautiful!

Cheri said...

Your colors look great on the vine quilt, it is coming together so well. Love the little hankie, good job!

Sue said...

Janet, your work is fabulous. I am envious of your ability to stick with it.

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Such beautiful work! Nothing wrong with neglecting everything else.... doesn't matter when the momentum is there for that one special project :-)

Ann Champion said...

Your vines are spectacular! It's so fun watching your quilt grow. :)

Carrie P. said...

the vines are fabulous.
how sweet that your daughter made the little gift.

Janet said...

I'm happy to hear how much you're enjoying your vines, me too. I'll have some more photos up on flickr today.
The embroidered piece by your DD is gorgeous,I bet her friend loved it.

Jeanne said...

When a project is speaking to you, keep stitching. It looks marvelous!

Emma said...

Such a sweet embroidery project.

So, have you started number 4? (Ready for oranges!!??)

Dixie said...

Love the embroidery project your daughter made. Hope you get one too! Your vines quilt looks amazing!

Dawn said...

Sweet prject your DD made for her friend.
LOVE your trailing vines - beautiful!

Teresa said...

This is one of my favorite quilts...EVER! It is definitely on my bucket list! You are doing a fantastic job! I would want to be working on this all the time, too. I saw this quilt in person a few years ago...I was surprised that the quilt was smaller than I thought (which made the applique even MORE amazing. Wow, wow, wow...I can't stop looking at it...

In stitches,
Teresa :o)