QUILT INFO

The quilt shown in the header is from a pattern by Cheri Saffiote Payne. The design is from an older book "Two Hour Christmas Projects".

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Thursday's Quilt

I know it isn't Thursday but "Thursday's Quilt" is the name Cheri Payne gave the pattern. I think Cheri has designed a small quilt pattern for each day of the week.   I abbreviated the borders part of the quilt because I wanted a smaller size piece.

Wool was used for the applique. Several Jo Morton prints were used in making this quilt.  No time for quilting it right now so you will see it again in the future.

Spend some time with your sewing machine today or doing handwork.  I know I will be.
Karen

23 comments:

  1. I actually have that pattern and hope to make it someday.
    Your' sis wonderful.

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  2. Thursday is a wonderful little quilt, love the pieced pinwheels, they sparkle! Your wool applique adds the perfect colors to the center. Looking forward to seeing it again when it's quilted!

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  3. Another pretty piece Karen. Sadly, we are painting today so no sewing for me...maybe tomorrow.

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  4. Lovely quilt Karen . Love the pinwheels and the wool appliqué. I am hoping to get some sewing done today myself

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  5. So delightful - all those little HSTs are time intensive, but sure are worth it on a project like this!

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  6. Very cute! Love how the applique overlaps the piecing. Hoping to sew today too!

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  7. No importa que no sea jueves!!!!
    gracias por compartir este edredón tan bonito
    buen domingo

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  8. I love how that came out, you did a beautiful job with the piecing and appliqué.

    Debbie

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  9. The color selections included in the HST pinwheels are perfect for the wool applique. A great combination.

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  10. Very cute. I spent the afternoon with a What Not's pattern and it's coming along quite nicely. Love the applique over the piecing, great piece.

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  11. Beautiful work, Karen. Love the blues, the cheddar/golds, and the rusty reds.
    The HSTs look like lots of work, but the effect is wonderful!

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  12. I didn't bring my machine with, so hand sewing it will be!

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  13. I am sewing today putting on borders for Common Threads!

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  14. Sweet....and all of those tiny pieces!

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  15. Very nice Karen! No stitching yet but maybe in an hour or so...church this morning, driving the first leg of our fall trip with the camper, waiting for the tire to be changed on the camper :( and now relaxing for a few minutes. This internet is so slow though that I'm going to give up and just stitch! blessings, marlene

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  16. It is so cute! Love the wool projects you are working on. I need time to do some prepping.
    The baskets were a great idea with the P&B fabrics!!

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  17. Oh I just love the little basket and flowers on this one! Very nice design!

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  18. I love this quilt. You do such nice work. I always look forward to see what you are working on. Hugs

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  19. Sweet little quilt, love the leaves cascading over the edge of the vase. I look,forward to seeing it again when you quilt it. That would be a treat!

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  20. So very pretty!! I love those pieced blocks and the fabrics/colors you have used are beautiful :0)

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