Quilted Progress

One great advantage to all the snow this winter is being stuck inside. It’s the perfect excuse to cook and craft to your heart’s content. I spent the better part of the two foot snow storm, a few weeks ago, finishing up the squares on my quilt.

Quilted Progress - The Pomegranate Chornicles

Once they were all pressed, I started to assemble the strips for the top (YAY!) This is always such an exciting part of the process. It’s where the “rubber meets the road” so to speak. I am always anxious to see if my colors and pattern choices are going to work together.

Quilted Progress - The Pomegranate Chronicles

After arranging all the pieces on the floor, I am feeling very confident that this quilt is going to be exactly what I wanted! All that is left is sewing together the strips and making the sandwich! I’d really like to spend the money and get this professionally quilted. Once I have the top together, I will know better. If it comes out as nice as I am thinking, I better start saving my pennies!

Quilted Progress - The Pomegranate Chronicles

Are you working on any quilted projects? Please share!

Happy Quilting!

5 thoughts on “Quilted Progress

  1. February 22, 2013 at 6:45 pm

    That looks great ! I envy you, I seem to have so much of a problem getting to the point you’re at unless I just do simple squares. I’m working on a log cabin right now, and boy do I wish I had done squares with less pieces! :) Good luck on yours, can’t wait to see the final product.
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  2. February 23, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    It looks lovely and it’s huge! Bravo!! I’ve finished my first ever quilting project :: a table topper and I love it so much.

  3. March 7, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    Love the colors and the pattern! You seem to accomplish so much. I am working on a baby quilt right now. I hope it’s done in time for the new baby.

  4. March 7, 2013 at 12:16 pm

    Love the colors and the pattern! You are doing beautiful work. You seem to accomplish so much. I am working on a baby quilt right now. I hope it’s done in time for the new baby.

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