Friday, May 24, 2013

So Close!

The other day, I mentioned that I had three blocks left to finish for Honey Honey.

Now I have none :-)

Honey Honey progress! At talesofineptitude.blogspot.com

Honey Honey progress! At talesofineptitude.blogspot.com

Honey Honey progress! At talesofineptitude.blogspot.com

Honey Honey progress! At talesofineptitude.blogspot.com

I still need to sew the blocks together, and add the border, but I'm still counting this one as almost done :-)

24 comments:

  1. love it! the turquoise background is just perfect!

    -Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  2. This is going to be a beautiful quilt when done. Love the colour and fabric choices.

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  3. That's gorgeous! You must be proud (I count finished blocks as a finish too!)

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  4. Very nice colours! Beautiful!!

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  5. Beautiful top! Love the fabric line, and the block you picked for it.

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  6. I'm loving how this quilt is coming together! The choice of the solid works really well for the colors in the fabric collection and makes them stand out beautifully. Can't wait to see it completed!

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    1. Thanks! It's kona candy green, and to be honest it turned out better than I expected!

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  7. Just discovered your blog and I love your quilt as well as some of the others from past posts. Your colors are inspiring. Thanks for making me think. I'll be back.

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    1. Thanks so much! I'm glad you stopped by :-)

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  8. Oh that is a stunning quilt! Beautiful!

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  9. Wow, it's beautiful! I bet you're excited to get this one finished!

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  10. Ooo this is gorgeous! The Honey Honey line is really growing on me. I'm doing my On a Whim in Tula Pink Birds and the Bees, but I may have to make another one now :)

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  11. That pattern looks beautiful in Honey Honey!! I made mine in Flora by Lauren & Jessi Jung. Still not quilted, but the top is done....I kind of lost steam while making the blocks. Yours is simply gorgeous!

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  12. I am always surprised by what color works to unify a quit--the turquoise is working well.

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    1. Thanks! It's Kona candy green - my new fave, methinks.

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  13. Wow, just gorgeous... it's so summery!

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