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Sunday, March 6, 2016

Sunday Blist


Today after church I just moved in slow speed.
I had intended to do a little outside but didn't.
Ended up doing some reading, helped "the man of the place" feed the cows and then some prep work on the outer border for the Scandinavian Christmas.





I had finished the last block (4) this week and now it's time to work on all the little blocks. There are 4 churn dash blocks to do for this last section.



And there is the outer border too.
It has a couple churn dash blocks, applique hearts blocks and cross stitch snowflakes.
I was going through the package with the pattern and fabric. I had purchased this BOM years ago and at the time didn't go through it to see if all the fabric was included. 
Has had all the fabric in each month up till now.
Should of 



Cause I'm missing the piece that I have highlighted.That is a good size piece and did not have scraps leftover that big.



Thank goodness I had bought some of that fabric years ago.
I just fell in love with it. French General by moda, which feels like real linen.




So I cut the 6" by width.
If I didn't have this fabric I'm not sure what I would've done, stress out of course.



Able to get what I needed cut and the Transfer Eeze put on each one. 



Ready to stitch while watching TV.

Linking this with Kathy at her blog Kathy's Quilt

7 comments:

  1. Oh phew.... that was a close call! That fabric is lovely... I love all the French General fabrics.
    Enjoy your stitching!

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  2. I'm just loving this project and there's nothing like being prepared for Christmas!

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  3. Such a beautiful project, I am in awe of all your hard work putting this one together.

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  4. that is a cute quilt and the perfect fabric

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  5. Love, love, love this quilt! Can't wait to see how it all turns out please do show lots of in progress photos. I also think the purple scraps will make a super baby quilt hope you can find enough scraps to make that happen.

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  6. It is so beautiful! Glad you could make a rescue with the fabric! xx

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  7. Glad you thought ahead. It's going to be such a fun quilt when it's all finished.

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