April 29, 2014

Susan: Other Projects

No CQ this week, but I did finish this top for American Heroes:


I also have this one almost finished. It would be done, except I sewed the two halves together on the wrong sides. Have to take it out and sew it correctly:


I also managed a couple of these:

11 comments:

Debra Spincic said...

I don't think I understand the reason for unstitching the shadow block wallhanging. It looks great as you have it stitched now.

cq4fun said...

That's not stitched - or the rows aren't stitched. When I stitched the top and bottom halves together, the top is upside down. =)

Moira said...

Oooh, you did what I've been doing all too frequently here lately. Good luck on frog-stitching!

ladyhawthorne said...

The American Heroes quilt is wonderful, bright and cheerful. the hexies are adorable, such good placement of the designs. I guess I don't see anything wrong with the shadow piece either, did you already unstitch it then take the photo?

Cyra said...

A lovely weeks worth of stitching Susan. I'm a sucker for hexies and love your fussy-cut hexies.
Great job with the AH quilt top, and the shadow quilt. You have had a productive week.

cq4fun said...

The picture is 5 rows in which blocks were sewn together and then laid out the way they needed to go together. This is from the day before I started to sew the rows and made the big mistake. I will work on fixing it tomorrow and it will look like this again, only sewn together.

Debra Spincic said...

Ooops!

Suztats said...

Those needles have been humming! I LOVE the shadow quilt, the AH quilt is great, and your hexies are so cute!

Judy S. said...

Love the AH quilt! And the other one plus the hexies. You've been busy!

QuiltingFitzy said...

la-la-la---sticking my fingers in my ears. Don't wanna see HEXAGONS...omg. I LOVE THEM! lol Yup, hopeless. When I need to take something apart, that I've done wrong - I'm very prone to repeating the same mistake, what's up with that? Stick to it! You've gotten lots done this week!

Barbara C said...

Yes, those hexies are very inspiring! A big hand pieced project sounds like a lovely idea.