Saturday, January 12, 2013

Project Quilting

Project QUILTING Season 4   It's happening over at  Persimon Dreams .   Like Project Runway, there is a theme and a time limit!   A weekly theme for the challenge is posted on Sunday and photos of a finish are required.    Sounds like fun....but let's see. It is already Saturday and  I have committed to the mystery quilt, aka Easy Street, and to the 2013 Finish challenge each month, and the New FO challenge each month, and the guild's challenge, along with a growing list of want-to-dos.   On the other hand, this sounds interesting and I miss the weekly journal challenge from 2 years ago....so, yeah, I am going to join and see what happens.    
   This week was "square in a square".  Do you think I have squares in my stash for this?  **big grin**  You know I do, so  I hit the watercolor squares and did a small table top project.   It's squares in a square for sure.  Eight rows across and eight rows down of blended 2 " squares that I bordered with a batik.  The size finished at 16" by 16".   I used straight line quilting to finish it off.  But you can't see that in this photo.

 






 That's the back view.....wild fabric and straight line quilting.  
I admit this was an easy out for me....next time I will at least put my thinking cap on.
Now to get this posted on the Flickr group and link up to Persimon Dreams.

   Happy stitching.  

8 comments:

  1. That weekly Project Quilting challenge sounds like fun. I won't be participating but I sure like the idea of just making whatever you want ...large or small...as long as you stay within the theme. Your table topper is beautiful. That batik border is perfect. I don't know how you keep up. You have so many irons in the fire this year already & it makes my head spin. :)

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  2. Wow, you brave woman. I would have crumbled at the thought of adding something more. This is a beautiful little watercolor piece and that batik border looks great!

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  3. Great mini quilt... love the watercolor center and the batik is perfect to finish it off! Good job!

    You are brave to tackle a project like this... I'm looking forward to seeing future challenges!

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  4. Ooo, you have a lot of things going on! It's a very pretty mini.

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  5. Beautiful project Debbie and I always enjoy your watercolor quilts!

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  6. FUN! It looks like a secret entry into a magical garden! :)

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  7. Cool watercolor quilt! Love the front and love the back too! Very pretty!

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