Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Progress

     One Whale:




Two Whales:



Yellow Whales, Blue Whale:




     This is the progress I've made so far on Eli's quilt.  I have one more medium whale to make and I think eight or nine little ones.

     In addition to this I have been preparing quilt sandwiches  for a two day workshop with Jacquie Gering at Hyggeligt  Fabrics in St Mary's this weekend. There are a lot of quilt sandwiches and I seem to be taking forever to get them done. I'm looking forward to the workshop. I am badly in need of some me time.

      I'm also looking forward to spending some time with my friend Deborah from the Toronto Modern Guild.  I met Deborah when she sat beside me at the January meeting and I ran into her at the airport when we were both going to Quilt Con in February.  We kept running into each other throughout Quilt Con and it was there that we decided to take this class together.

     We thought we would see each other lots of times at the Toronto Modern Guild meetings but that hasn't happened so we'll be seeing each other for the first time since February when she picks me up on the way.  I think we will have a lot of fun.  We are both stressing about those quilt sandwiches now and planning where to have dinner on Saturday night.

So I'm back to the quilt sandwiches now after I link up with Let's Bee Social.

     

21 comments:

  1. Your whales are lovely, daddy mummy and baby, lovely fabrics. I am so jealous you are going for a two day workshop with Jacquie Gerring, I would so love to do a class with her, I have all her Craftsy classes and the first book, Walk is on my wish list for my kids to buy me at Christmas. Have a great time and remember, I want details!

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  2. Love your combination of the blue and yellow whales, Lisa. Sounds like you and Deborah have a fun day planned. Enjoy the drive and the class!

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  3. Big whale, pretty whale, cute whale, naughty whale. I am sure all your whales will play nicely together :-) Have fun at the workshop and give Jacquie a hug - she is awesome!!! I love her Craftsy class.

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  4. Such cute progress! I hope that the stress abates and you have a wonderful time together at the workshop.

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  5. Lovely whales. I hope you have the best of times with your friend Deborah.

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  6. These whales are adorable. Enjoy the time with your friend at the guild meeting. Love those little trips with friends.

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  7. Your whales are so cute, I really like all of the different sizes.

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  8. Love your whales and am envious that you'll be taking a class with Jacquie Gering. Enjoy your "me" time, you deserve it.

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  9. Oh, Lisa, your whales are just too cute! What a fun quilt to be working on! Enjoy your time at the class with your quilting buddy. It sounds like fun!

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  10. Oo, a Jacquie Gering workshop! That should be so great. I love her work. Your whales are coming along quite nicely, too :)

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  11. Love these little whales! And can't wait to hear about your workshop, enjoy your you time! 😊

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  12. Those whales are adorable! Enjoy your workshop!

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  13. Love these whales! A workshop with Jacquie Gering sounds amazing - enjoy!

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  14. Your whales are great! That cute little baby in the previous post will certainly love your whale quilt once it's finished.

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  15. Have fun at your workshop! Love the whales they are coming right along.

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  16. Love the Whales. Enjoy your workshop and the meet up with your friend xx

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  17. Happy whale progress! And have a wonderful time with your friend at the workshop.

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  18. ah they look lovely. I have admired all the preppy whales I've seen but these make me want to make some!

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  19. All are good choices, I would just randomly pick one.
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  20. there's nearly a whole pod going on there. Eli will love this

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  21. Your whales are adorable. Having fun making the rest.

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