Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Two Hearts in the Storm

I took part in a storm at sea challenge for the New Year.  I have been working hard at it, all the parts were rotary cut last December.   The past 3 days have been seriously putting it together.  I have the top done now ........... 76 x 95.   Yay!   I know just how I want to quilt it,  I hope little gremlins make the backing and pin baste it for me during the night.




I'm linking up with Susan of Quilt Fabrication  and  Lorna of Sew Fresh Quilts and Esther's Blog.  Visit these sites to see what other quilters are sharing today.

Thanks so much for stopping by!







P.S. February 1st, updating this post to submit as my one monthly goal to  Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal February Linkup.   I want this top finished with quilting, binding and a label!

11 comments:

  1. Wow! That is absolutely beautiful :)

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  2. Wow this is gorgeous!!! I can't you believe you put it together so quickly. It's on my to do list but I have no idea when I will get around to it!

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  3. Wow! This look fantastic! A storm at sea quilt is totally on my bucket list but I never thought about all the different shapes you can put into it with smart piecing like yours.

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  4. Storm at Sea has always been a favorite block of mine...this knocks it out of the park! It is fantastic!!!!

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  5. What a great finish! So want to make a storm at Sea quilt. The hearts are such a sweet surprise. TFS!

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  6. Wow Kat! Another beauty, and a big one! Love seeing it on Midweek Makers!

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  7. It is BEAUTIFUL!! I've only made one and it was paper-pieced. Don't think I'd do it any other way! LOL

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  8. What a great quilt! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

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  9. BEautiful!! Hope your Gremlins get to work too!!

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  10. That's lovely. Still on my list to do. Colours are just gorgeous.

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