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Monday, August 16, 2010

Row 10 and Beyond

Starting the new week with cooler weather thanks to the thunderstorms that rolled through early Sunday morning.  Temps in the low 80's feel downright cool compared to the 100º+ of last week.  It seems like it's been months since we were this cool.

Row 10 of my Dutch Treat #2 is now finished!  And one of the most difficult blocks was included so I'm very happy today.

Since Saturday...


Scallop


Schoolhouse


This is perhaps one of the toughest blocks in the quilt with those teeny little windows.  To put the size in perspective.


Sconce

Sea Wave

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Segments

Only 55 more to go!!!

Tonight is guild meeting with supper together before..yep I eat supper and always will!

Happy quilting!

8 comments:

Sherry said...

Hey how are your fingers doing. I hope there back to normal seeing your working with them.

Deputy's Wife said...

This quilt is going to look great. Have fun at your guild meeting tonight!

Barb said...

Wow!!!!

karenfae said...

I wish I would have had the patience to stick with that quilt and had made the whole thing instead of just a table topper - but my patience wore out on this one - you do such a good job with yours.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Crispy said...

I'm with Karen, your perseverence is amazing and so is your work!!

Crispy

Riley said...

FABULOUS! You are really good at this form of applique, Ms Mary, to repeat myself of having told you previously. I really love the under color. You are really flying through on this one.
Riley

Aunt 'Reen said...

All of these DT blocks are gorgeous! I can't imagine stitching those tiny windows.

Carol said...

I love your choice of fabrics. Very pretty.