Well Winterkissin' was my project to work on this week, with the hopes that the top can be done in time to baste it on my mum and dad's kitchen floor when I go down to see them in a couple of weeks.  With 4 blocks done before Christmas in black and green, I had 8 left to do, plus some special 'keystones', and armed with a new 20 1/2" square ruler, I was all set to start churning them out.  Here's what I made this weekend:


Since I spent a good chunk of the weekend helping someone move and cleaning, I was happy enough to get these done, so fingers crossed I'll be finished before I have to head south.  I might have to give in on completing my other Indie Star this month though, ah well, c'est la vie, unexpected weekends happen!

29 comments:

  1. I love the colours in that fabric line.

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  2. Cute. Heading south? Escaping the weather perhaps?

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  3. Oh I am so madly in love with these!!!!!!!!

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  4. Looking good. I desperately want to work on my winterkist quilt but I have a lace shawl to finish knitting. This post isn't helping but I'll continue being good :)

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  5. I think this is my all time favorite (so far).

    Hugs

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  6. Lovely! Life eh, how dare it interfere!?

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  7. These blocks are so perfect for those fabrics. You'll find some more time to get them finished.

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  8. Lovely frames for the gnomas!

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  9. Progress is progress, and there's always next month for the indie star :). They're looking fab!

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  10. Still cant get over your 20 1/2" ruler...lol Love the kissed blocks :-)

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  11. That's a big 'n (ooh err missus) - I've never heard of one as big as that? Your blocks are fab - look forward to rapid progress pics!

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  12. These are really lovely blocks Katy, hope they make it to the kitchen floor. x

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  13. These are wonderful.Love them!!

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  14. What a true friend you are! Fab blocks! Jxo

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  15. Hey, that means I don't have to clean the kitchen floor!
    Dad

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  16. your blocks look great and have spurred me on. I just folded and put away the FQ stack of winterkist that I won a few months ago

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  17. This is a great block pattern for the gnomes. So much charm!

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  18. Those are great blocks for this fabric, I am watching as I have a stack of my own to use for something fun sometime soon.

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  19. Oh, I can't wait to see these come together! Winterkist is such a darling line, I hate that most of mine is gone. It's on sale here and there, but the gnoma Clauses are hard to find.

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  20. Loving those gnomes, Katy! :)

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  21. The blocks look great in that fabric.

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  22. They are great! I do love that Winterkist.

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