Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Just a Quickie

I keep waiting for time to do a proper post that covers a bunch of stuff that has been happening, which means I haven't posted anything for ages! So here's a quickie picture of our guild's raffle quilt in progress. Lots more blocks to come in, lots of squares to be added between the blocks.

I'm linking up to the WIP WEDNESDAY at the Needle and Thread Network. My fellow Canadian bloggers have been busy! I'm also linking up to the  WIP WEDNESDAY at Freshly Pieced. Lots of inspiration!

Happy Stitching!
corina

19 comments:

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

I love the maple leaf pattern...great layout!

canuckquilter said...

I love this quilt!

Kristie said...

This is so pretty!

Cathy said...

that looks great!

Kristy @ Quiet Play said...

Fab quilt! Loving the leaves in all the different fabrics!

Rachel said...

Very nice! The pattern reminds me of fall, but the colors say spring.

audrey said...

Oooh, this is fun! The colors are great!

Sabrina said...

Great colors in the maple leaf quilt!

mysweetprairie @gmail.com said...

WOW - the blue leaves are just beautiful! I really love that. Thanks for linking to TN&TN!

~Monika K.
TN&TN admin
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Sandy said...

It is turning out so beautiful Corina! I have another to add to the pile :)

elle said...

That is such a great pattern!

Renee said...

It's lovely! Love the colors.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I love maple leafs....

lisagillies said...

Lovely pattern & it's coming along really nice & colourful.

Lorna McMahon said...

Love the Maple Leaves... Especially the blue in them! Great work, Corina! Go Canada, eh!

Regina said...

That will be one lovely quilt!

a good yarn said...

So beautiful!

Grit said...

Wow, FANTASTIC !!!

Grit from Germany

Sue W said...

I stop by your blog once and awhile. I see that you have a Juki 2010Q. I just bought one expecting to put it on a Hinterburg Stretch frame I bought used. None of my other machines seem to like the frame, except an older machine with a very small throat/harp space. While my Juki appears to run superbly when off the frame, I have the same issues with it on the frame as I do with my Janome and my Viking. I break needles all the time. I have decided it is operator error (I can't coordinate my speed with the machine) Just wondering if your machine goes on a frame.
Basically I have decided to ditch the frame and master fmq with no frame.