Saturday, April 7, 2012

where's my mojo?

My HST's are  
g r o w  i  n g      v    e    r    y      s   l   o   w   l   y. . .     
   
I added two rows this week.... 

Must.  

 keep.    

persevering.

20 comments:

  1. You're doing GREAT! My postage stamp quilt took 2 years or so. It DID get DONE...and YOURS will too! ;)

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  2. Yes V, it is looking amazing, keep going, you can do it!!! I adore your colours in this by the way. xo

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  3. it is wonderful - I love all the scraps with the peach and I don't want to be a pain but just in case you haven't noticed there is one block going the wrong way - 9 down 13 across from the left - I would rather say something than have you not notice it and be disappointed later.

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  4. Looking great! Maybe you need a vacation down South. ; >

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  5. This I love love love...okay...see you soonish...not an HST in sight

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  6. I think it has run away and took mine too,
    love the HST's

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  7. Oh keep going - it`s going to be one amazing quilt. Love the warm colours.

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  8. It is the mauve! Look it up in the dictionary" Mauve-popular color from the 1980's for quilters, a tough 15 minutes play challenge color in the year 2012." Haha! Have a great weekend.The mojo will return

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  9. HSTs are a bit of a pain to make but oh the results are amazing. Love yours.

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  10. Where is your mojo? Ah-hhhh ... look around you at the 1000 other projects you are currently working on!
    Will be a gorgeous quilt some day!

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  11. My most favorite quilts took the longest to make....

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  12. Your mojo and mine might have taken a mini vacation together...

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  13. Maybe it's telling you it's done?????

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  14. Give it a little holiday and come back to it later. There are too many other lovely patchwork pieces to make. It does look good, though. Maybe your mojo has spread out to all us ladies who are playing with colour?

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  15. Love this WIP! Perseverance wishes being sent your way!

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  16. It is hard to do the same thing over and over again but in this case totally worth it!

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  17. The design of this quilt looks like a fleet of sailboats in the ocean. You don't need to hurry; what's important is you're enjoying what you love the most: quilting. It’s already looking beautiful, even though it isn’t finished yet, and you already have me as your admirer!

    Rocky Delafontaine

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