04 February, 2016

Park Quilt Update


Up to 11 now. I want to make 25. I have a way to go...

The good thing is that these blocks don't actually take that long to make. I should time it, but I would say a few hours each from fabric selection, cutting, basting, and then stitching. So, not fast, but not really that slow either.

If I only made one more it would actually be a perfect lap quilt but I have this in mind as a potential wedding present down the line, for a couple that aren't even engaged yet! That's why I want it bigger, bed size.

Thankfully, I am not getting tired of appliqué at all.

Pattern: Park Quilt by Carolyn Friedlander

7 comments:

Robby H. said...

My Irish colleague would be aghast at how you've thumbed your nose at superstition even thinking about a wedding quilt for an unengaged couple. She wouldn't order me business cards with my new name until I returned from my honeymoon! I say, don't let that slow your progress at all, its looking great.

brigitgail.com said...

This is looking beautiful so far! I really love the mix of patterns and the colors are lovely. I love Carolyn's patterns and this is a great rendition!

Laurie Matthews said...

I really, really love this. Carolyn's patterns are almost tempting me to try hand applique- I am getting there.

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