Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Dancing Daisies Progress


I have made some progress on my WISP:  Work in Slow Progress.  I am using the Dancing Daisies tutorial on the Moda Bake Shop, but I am sewing it by hand instead of machine.  I have enough fabric for 20 blocks, but I have decided I want to do just 12.  I think I will like a smaller quilt.  I want to do some fancy quilting and hang it on the wall and the smaller size will work better.  :)  Not to mention that it will be faster.  

I really enjoy the hand piecing, but me being me, I really like faster finishes.  So this is a win-win situation for me. Then end is getting closer.  

XX,
Jasmine

13 comments:

  1. When I saw the thumbnail image for this post I got so excited! I forgot about this slow sewing project, and it is coming along beautifully.

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  2. I totally forgot about this WISP as well! It looks fabulous!! Are you going to hand quilt it as well?

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  3. A similar layout is on my bucket list. I love the colors you chose. It really will make a lovely wall hanging.

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  4. It is looking so beautiful, Jasmine! And I chuckled over the fact that you're looking for a faster finish with your slow stitching project!

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  5. This is going to be such a pretty quilt Jasmine! I love the colors you are using and I'm totally impressed you are doing this by hand!

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  6. It's turning out beautifully - love the palette and those reds in particular in it.

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  7. Wow you are doing great on this Jasmine! I'm interested to see how you are going to quilt it. Lots of white space... :-)

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  8. WISP :-) I love that name. Dancing Daisies sounds so much dignified than drunkard's path!!!
    And that arrangement has given me an idea of how to deal with my WISPy blocks.

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  9. I adore this quilt. It will look lovely on a wall. I'd like to try hand piecing, sometime.

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  10. This sounds like a fun, slow and quiet project!

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  11. All I can say is: "WOW", Jasmine! That one is definitely NOT on my bucket list, at least not by hand!. Great work!

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