Sunday, 9 July 2017

Slow Progress

Since this is my first try at repairing an old quilt, progress is slow but it's progressing nevertheless.

I have figured out that if I sew all the components together before, it is easier to applique after. I am learning, I am learning ... slowly but surely.  :^D

(If you want to see the beginning of this adventure, see this post.)

Teaming up with Kathy for Slow Sunday Stitching. Come and see us.

Until next time ....



  1. Love fixing the old beloved quilts. Look forward to your finish.

  2. Well, repairing an old quilt is a perfect time for 'slow and steady'! Savor the stitching!

  3. This is a great project. I admire you so much for taking it on.

  4. That's a big project to do....

  5. Nice work - such a task to take on. xx

  6. Slow progress is still progress. I learn something new with each quilt. It's a pretty quilt, though.

  7. Tu realises là un travail superbe....réhabiliter un vieux quilt, tu te rends compte ? J'espère que ce n'est pas trop difficile. ...
    Beau travail Chantal !

  8. I have a couple I need to work on so I'll be following your progress with interest.


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