Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Noah and Matilda so far.


Since the beginning of this year I have made 4 blocks each month for the Noah and Matilda Album Quilt.

Here are my 16 blocks.



Below are the 4 April blocks.



However, 2 of them are not quite finished.


I started a row of back stitch around the leaves on the green grapes block. I'm not entirely happy with it, so I have taken it out and will start again.  (btw, I did stuff my grapes!)



This floral wreath block will have 2 rows of satin stitches to outline each motif.

Back to stitching! :)


14 comments:

  1. Wow Miriam -- your block collection in growing. Slow and steady wins the race and they all look great!

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  2. Such a wonderful example of making progress through setting some regular goals. It's a charming collection of blocks so far!

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  3. 4 blocks a month is really pretty darn

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  4. beautiful blocks....can't wait to see the whole top...

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  5. Your blocks look awesome all together. It's going to be beautiful. I can't believe you stuffed the grapes! Wow!

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  6. Just beautiful. Love the tiny circles on the grape block.

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  7. Beautiful! Each one of these blocks are their own masterpieces. This is going to be a gorgeous quilt!

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  8. Very pretty! You picked a great red.

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  9. This ones going to be a beauty for sure. Good idea to stuff the grapes.

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  10. They look wonderful together - it will be a quilt to make you smile!

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  11. All of these blocks are just gorgeous and look great laid out together.

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  12. All your blocks are beautiful together. I especially like all the embroidery touches you are adding.
    By the way how do you stuff your berries?

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  13. Love them all laid out together! Fun to know you stuffed the grapes :-)
    Great fabric choices too!
    Thank you for sharing.

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  14. You have a wonderful group of blocks, love the fabrics!

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