WIP Wednesday - Glitter, glitter and more glitter





This is the current state of my sewing room.  Not too bad actually, tidier than usual.  I decided to put away almost everything else and concentrate on these highly-addictive glitter blocks.  My goal is 16 per week - one row in the twin size quilt.  An hour here, an hour there, work and family permitting.    At the very least I can have five minutes of fun choosing fabric!
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10 comments

  1. Hi from another Canadian
    that's a great block I haven't seen it before.
    That's the way I work too !
    Colleen @ piecemakerquilts.wordpress.com

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  2. Delightful work, Ann! I appreciate how you set a goal, and stick with it. I work the same way. Your fabric combinations are really exciting, and not something I get to see much of. I like your eye!

    Julie @ Pink Doxies

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  3. Very organized and some fun prints in the mix. A really nice pattern to really put a dent in some scraps. Five minutes here and five minutes does not always feel like very much at a time, but I guess ultimately that's how a quilt gets finished.

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  4. Your glitter blocks are looking wonderful.. so much to look at! I really like the scrappy mix of your fabric choices! And I love how you are playing with the light/dark backgrounds too! It's going to be an heirloom quilt!

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  5. These blocks are superb, I don't think I've seen them before. I love the photo's of your stash boxes, they look delicious. It's great to be able to grab a bit of sewing time here and there even like you say if it's only 5 minutes. How many blocks in total are you aiming for?

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  6. Such a lovely post full of eye candy!

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