If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.William Morris.

Monday, March 14, 2016

What's Up 3.14.16

Made it back from Dallas around midnight and slept in this morning. Felt good. 
The Dallas show was excellent, the quilts gorgeous, and we did pretty well at our booth also.
I have been working the Dallas show for six years now and I have enjoyed it every time I go.
It's just a wonderful show. And if you ever get a chance you ought to try. Mark it on your calendar and. it's usually the second weekend in March




So what I have up on my wall is the start of the last block to be appliquéd to my Words to Live By quilt.



I'm working on tracing my appliqué pieces to some Soft Fuse.


I like using Soft Fuse with wool, because it's so flexible and works with the wool very well, sticks to it excellently.



The other half of the wall is devoted to the Scandinavian Christmas wall hanging. I'm working on the churn dashes for blocks 4. 



Already have the crossed stitch snowflake block finish for that section. 



And I took with me to Dallas the snowflakes that need to be cross stitch for the outer border. 



I was able to get a few of those completed.Would be pretty tired in the evening so didn't get much done while there.


9 comments:

  1. Very pretty work. Thank you for sharing. Guida

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  2. Such beautiful work, The Scandinavian Christmas is a work of art just stunning.

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  3. Beautiful stitching Kat, love yours candinavian Christmas.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  4. After having seen the Words to Live By quilt at a recent show I'm anxious to see your version. I know it will be so special.

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  5. Thank you for your participation today at Show and Tell, and your linking there !! Bambi Hug

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  6. Glad you had a great time and got home safely. All of the things you are working on are beautiful as always. xx

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  7. Beautiful work going on here! Love those little churn dashes and snowflakes! Thanks for linking up

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  8. Lots of beautiful stuff up on your design walls. Hope you've had a chance to recover from Dallas.

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  9. I love your Christmas quilt - how lovely that you could get something useful done while at the show. It's one I've wanted to do, but the chance hasn't come yet. I'm glad you weren't flooded! Thanks for the information on Soft Fuse. I've been looking for something like that as I'm planning a big project for next year!

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