Saturday, February 27, 2010

Saturday in Safety Pin Studio

This may be the last photo I can do at home of this quilt. It is so huge that I won't have floor or wall space big enough to spread it out and photograph it after I add more. Above are rows one through four and you can really see the diagonal color rows now. The light today is strangely beautiful--a sort of bright, but definitely winter slanted sun.

Here's the basket that I've been keeping the extra pieces in as I cut them.

Separating out the lights and darks and the two piece sets from the three piece sets.

In minutes, new blocks are all ready to be sewn together.

The first four blocks of rows five and six are ready to be sewn together. I'm planning on doing row seven at the same time.

I'm back to Safety Pin Studio to sew once more. Boeuf Bourguignon is in the oven for tonight's dinner, so I will make the most of my time. Hope it's a pleasant and productive weekend for all.


Dolores said...

It is so pretty. I love the colours.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

The photo with the sun coming in the window is so pretty!
I'm having the same problem of not having room to lay out the quilt I'm working on.

Quilted Librarian said...

Thanks, Dolores. I'll bet you are watching a hockey game tonight!

Hi Mary,
What a wonderful sunny weekend we've had. I love our wee house, but. boy, do I miss my design wall back in Indiana!
Warm regards to you both,

Deborah said...

Nice photo with the sunlight streaming through. I love the colors!

Quilted Librarian said...

Thanks, Deborah,
We've really been enjoying this gorgeous weekend.
All the best,