"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Sewing the Mini Medallion...

The other day I mentioned that I was planning to make a start on the Mini Medallion being shared over at Clover & Violet by their guest blogger, Chrissy. The pages were printed and I had some of my orphan fabrics on standby for cutting...
Yesterday I finally allowed myself a much-needed work break and spent the morning putting together the centre block and the first border.
I'm using all tonal fabrics, except for the very centre square...
Medallion centre complete...
First border complete...
I'm hoping to finish the second and third borders over the weekend, but that will depend on whether Mr E whisks me away for an adventure in Luigi...

What will you be sewing?

hugs

14 comments:

  1. You always choose such beautiful fabric colors and patterns.

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  2. Your medallion quilt is so pretty Jenny. This is going to be gorgeous.

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  3. Hi Jenny i love your block,so pretty,enjoy your day my friend.xx

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  4. You have a great eye for combining fabrics.

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  5. very pretty! i need to sew on some bindings.... need to stop procrastinating :)

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  6. Wonderfull!! Perfect!!
    Kisses Jenny! Vy Potel

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  7. Hi Jenny,
    that looks very pretty!
    Your orphan fabrics are perfekt so far.
    KATRIN W.

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  8. Your fabrics are so pretty in the design! Not that I ever doubted for a moment that they would. =) I love your fussy cutting, too. I don't know whether to hope you went adventuring in Luigi or got to sew borders. =)

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  9. It's so pretty! I'm making this mini medallion also :) the instructions are written really well!

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  10. So beautiful! I am loving it! I have just signed up to receive your posts. I can hardly wait to see more of your work. What a blessing! Pamela

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  11. Que bonito! Me encanta como te ha quedado y las telas son preciosas. Felicidades. Un beso

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