Thursday, 20 March 2008

Spring Mini Progress - yes!

Yayy! I've spent the morning sewing the Four Seasons Spring Swap quilt. As you can see from the picture I posted last, I couldn't find the right fabric to do the colours I had planned but I think its looking pretty good. I still have to sew the 2 in squares of the border and do the applique flowers and leaves. Still, its a good start.

And this afternoon we're taking time off to spend with our friends, playing catan, catching up on the goss and eating bad stuff.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

i like the green better than the blue of the original design i think

silly programme STILL won't let me use my google id, it used to - Sarah

Shelina said...

It is a beautiful quilt - I am sure the recipient will love it. I changed my mind several times as well before settling on my idea. It's hard to make a quilt for someone else.

MammyT said...

Oh boy! I think it's looking beautiful. As you can see from my blog entry, I made an entire mini-quilt before I decided to keep it for myself and start completely over! Thank you for visiting me. I am trying to get around to visit all the 4 Seasons quilters, but it is difficult to find the time.
God bless.
Nancy

Hedgehog said...

Love this quilt! Thanks for stopping by my blog today - I'm glad to have found yours as a result!

Helen said...

It is looking good Janice, I like it! Hope you had a relaxing type Easter.

miniaturequilter said...

Hi Janice, just wondering if you started the applique, I can't wait to see how it looks!

Shar said...

Looks great Janice, Can't wait to see more!
Shar

Janice said...

Thank you everyone for your compliments. No Helen, the weekend was not relaxing and No Lisa, I didn't get any applique done - I had two little grand-daughters (and their mother) to entertain me! And this week I will be concentrating on getting the Cotton-On Quilt club banner finished so there won't be much more progress on this little quilt for a week or so...

Sue said...

What wonderful spring like colours you've used, I love your quilt.