Monday, 24 January 2011

Slow progress

 I'm making slow progress on Gardener's Journal, blocks D & H are now complete.




I haven't given up on this quilt yet, I'll get it finished one day!

I posted Bec's Stitching Around the Block to Kez today and before I do anymore GJ I have to complete Round 4 of Kez's block.....which means lots of Hexies!

Happy Stitching!

16 comments:

Roseanne said...

It is looking very nice it is better to go slow than get sick of it and not finish it at all.

Cubby House Crafts said...

Us slow coaches can catch up together! Lol!
Lisa

Vicki said...

Have fun with those hexies, Jo! If you look at Lizzie's blog you will see what she did for round 4.

Kerri said...

Wow. On a roll now. lookin good. You will have it finished in no time at all.

Fiona said...

You'll get there Jo - Hexies - Hmmmm I thinkI am over them lately :)

Hugs - Fee X

Sarah said...

Stina once said to me - just a little bit at a time Sarah and it will suddenly be finished - she is SO right...

Isabella said...

Like your colour choice Jo did you just love stitching the corn ? I took mine out a doz times then thought Ok thats the best I can do so it has to stay only to find it was just as good as everybody else"s :)

Maree: said...

Your GJ blocks look Great Jo..keep plodding on..I know that feeling when our stitching projects are taking just that little bit longer to finish...
have Fun with the hexies...
cheers

Vickie said...

looking good Jo..you will get it done-just like I will finish my Pops Garden one day,cheers Vickie

Wendy B said...

it may be taking a while, but geeee, it's worth it.....just gorgeous! From what I can gather around the blogs, lots of people are in the same boat with this one!
sugary hugs
Wendy XX :O)

Susan In Texas said...

Gardener's Journal looks lovely, Jo. I think you're making excellent progress - just keep at it and it will be done in no time. 8) I finally got around to drawing the bunny applique for the center of my french braid quilt. It makes me nervous to look at a blank sheet of paper, I guess, so I put it off for ages. I feel much better about it now, even though it's still not quite right.

Happy quilting,
Susan in Texas

wonderwoman said...

those blocks look lovely, can't wait to see it when its all finished!

xxx

Elyte said...

It is growing slowly just like a garden and it will be finished in the right season.

Country Nanny said...

Hi Jo, how are you? Hope everything's fine. Your quilt is stunning! I love it.
Hugs :)
Elisa

Michelle May said...

It's so pretty! I love your colors girlfriend!
xx, shell

Chookyblue...... said...

keep stitching away.........it looks great.........