Wednesday, February 6, 2013

wow, slow down for curves



In spite of signs that there are curves ahead I am beginning to pick up speed.



The curves are NOT hard.  But keeping all the colour combos straight and the diagonal shading rightly oriented is challenging.  I have already picked out one mistake. :(


It doesn't help that the design wall is across the hall!


The other challenge is that I am getting really nervous about how much fabric I actually have.  I am already making adjustments and substitutions!

And it is that time of the week to have a look at the Trans Canada Internet highway to see how my fellow  TN&TN's are doing.  I hope they are handling there curves with skill and speed!  :^)

9 comments:

Createology said...

In spite of all the curves you are progressing forward. This will be so amazing when completed. A true labor of love!!!

Mrs.Pickles said...

WOW looks great!

Susan Being Snippy said...

Amazing challenging project you have there--some of the old traditional patterns took years to do by hand!

Sheila said...

I really don't have much experience with curves , you are doing a great job!

Dandelion and Daisy said...

OMGoodness! How the heck do you do that? It will be awesome when finished but me thinks there is some serious concentration involved!

HollyM said...

Looks like it will be a very pretty quilt. I made it in plaids a few years ago for my son.

sherry said...

it will be a beaut when it is finished but looking at all those little pieces could be off putting...good on you for this work

Kate said...

It is coming along nicely. Very impressive curves!

Regina said...

That will be a very impressive quilt, so sorry that you risk running out of fabrics. Good luck!