Monday, March 19, 2018

Weekend Stitching - Other Stuff on the Design Wall

The Scientist in Training is home for spring break, so we've been off doing some mom/daughter stuff most of the weekend.  My Guy tagged along a couple of times.  It's been a fun and relaxing weekend, but there hasn't been a lot of sewing room time.  Pretty much just my minimum of 15 minutes. So there is just a bit of progress on getting the Vintage Dress blocks sashed. 

 Vintage Dresses by Charise Randell

All the sashing pieces for the second row are finished.  The next step is to sew that row together. With just one weekend left in the month, it's going to be a challenge to get all the blocks sewn together.  Even if I don't make my March OMG, I'm happy there has been progress.  

There are some other projects up on the other design wall. 

On Ringo Lake, Bonnie Hunter 2017 Mystery Quilt  and  Squared Away Sampler
designed by Mari (The Academic Quilter) The 2018 Rainbow Scrap Challenge Project

My On Ringo Lake blocks are across the top, with a partial there on the left.  Leaders and enders can be a slow way to finish a project, but at least there's been steady project.  The green and white blocks in the middle of the wall is the first Squared Away block for March.  I've been stitching those HSTs in between the Vintage Dress sashing strips.  I haven't even chosen the fabrics for the next two Squared Away blocks, so those are likely to carry over to April.  

That's it for me this week.  Linking up with the usual suspects listed below:

BOMs Away
Monday Making
Design Wall Monday
Main Crush Monday

18 comments:

  1. Your dresses are looking awesome! I am excited to see how your ORL continues to come together.

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  2. Slow and steady on the projects... all progress is welcome :)

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  3. Yay for spring break!!! The ORL blocks are really cool!

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  4. Your Vintage Dresses look wonderful with the sashing you're doing! Have a great week with the SIT home!

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  5. the sashing on the dresses looks amazing!

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  6. The dresses are so wonderful - completely worthy of an OMG slot, and yet so fantastic they're also worth getting done up with best effort, not something to be rushed. I know I've already said it, but I Love-Love-Love these frames on them!

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  7. What a neat way of doing sashing. The end product is terrific. Slow but steady works really well...ask the turtle. (giggle....)

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  8. Your dresses are going to be amazing when they’re all finished. I keep wanting to see the whole top stitched together.

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  9. I really enjoy watching all your projects coming together:)

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  10. Ahh--nice reason not to get a lot of sewing home--having the SIT home to run around with is fun!! and every little bit of time sewing does make a difference--but--SIT is the most important for right now--have fun--
    enjoy, di

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  11. Sounds like you had a very fun weekend. I love the borders around the dresses. It just makes them pop.

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  12. Looks like good progress, especially with limited sewing time. Hope you’ve enjoyed having your daughter home! Is her quilt back from your quilter yet?

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  13. I can't believe how different the Vintage Dresses top looks with that sashing. And the little cornerstones are perfect. It gets prettier every time I see it!

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  14. Your vintage dresses quilt makes me smile whenever I see it. Reminds me to make someting similar using my Mom's beautiful handkerchiefs. The sashing really sets off your dresses, good job!

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  15. Even with 15 minutes a day, you are making good progess on the vintage dresses quilt. How does your daughter like the quilt?

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  16. Working a bit today on my RSC blocks for March. I like seeing someone else with multiple projects on the go! That sashing is looking FAB!

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  17. You are making great progress, I love following your blog and seeing the quilts come together through each step.

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  18. I’m rooting for your finish and Vintage looks oh so wonderful. There again if you don’t reach your goal I get to see it for another month :-)

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