21 thoughts on “Progress

  1. Mary Ann says:

    Wow! That is going to be gorgeous when all done.

  2. Ann says:

    Fabulous !!

  3. katechiconi says:

    Beautiful even stippling, there’s no dark and light patches. Wish I a) had the patience and b) had the skill! I know it’s all practise, but I just can’t seem to get past moderately OK big stitches. Arthritis doesn’t help…

    • timquilts says:

      I do think that practice is the biggest part of it…at least for me it is….but I can’t imagine how i would be able to do it if I had arthritis….I commend you for doing it

  4. Deb says:

    This is really pretty!!

  5. Clara Zolud says:

    Gorgeous, as all your work!

  6. Mrs. Plum says:

    It’s so beautiful, Tim, it gives me goosebumps to look at it!

  7. bermudagirl says:

    AAAAMAZING Tim!!! I am just shocked! Is that pen you are using for marking the one that washes out in cold water?

  8. Donna K says:

    Hi Tim
    Thanks for sharing the progress on this project. Stunning workmanship!
    I think I saw on an earlier post your threaded needle laying on top of the work, are you using two strands to quilt this project? Do you always used two? I’m sorry if you covered this in an earlier post.

  9. Neame says:

    Truly lovely. And unique. Thanks for showing and talking about the process and the progress. Blue thread is so appropriate. Thinking red might be good too.

    • timquilts says:

      I think red would be great too…..I have an assortment of blue snow fabrics that I will use on the binding of this one….i might do an santa snowflake quilt in red

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