Wednesday, May 27, 2015

WIP Wednesday - Park Bench

I thought I would share my progress on my Park Bench quilt.  I was able to find a bit of sewing time to finish up 2 more blocks this week.



Here is the first one - I love how big these hexagons are.




And the second one, which is my favorite.  This block is the Ball Game block.



Next up is the Hopscotch block.  I will be using some blues and oranges - Yum!

You can read more about this project in my initial post.

My first two blocks can be found here.

Now that I have started this project, I am finding it difficult to work on the many older projects in various stages around my sewing room.  I might have to hide this one away for a few weeks!




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14 comments:

  1. Such a nice combination of colors. I have this pattern and really need to pull it out sometime and make it. :)

    Hope you find a good hiding spot.

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  2. Your blocks are beautiful! I actually subscribed to this one when it was a block of the month club, but I ended up just collecting the packets in a corner instead of sewing any of the blocks!

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  3. Love that block! how big are the finished blocks? This is going to be amazing and cannot wait to see much more!

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  4. Yes, good luck on finding a good hiding spot for this. Since I am anxious to see more, I can't imagine how you feel :) It is going to be gorgeous!

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  5. I think they are great, and love the color selection you're using here. I'll bet you can't wait to put it all together.

    Julie @ Pink Doxies

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  6. I've been working (or maybe I should say not working ) on this for quite some time. Hopefully I can get it done over the summer. Your blocks look extra great. I've been struggling with mine a bit.

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  7. They are stunning and love your fabric choice!

    Have a fun day.

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  8. Your blocks are just stunning! I can't wait to see this quilt top!!
    XX!

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  9. You are having fun with these blocks! Looking forward to seeing the next set. Since I don't have time to sew, I can live vicariously through you - thanks!

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  10. Keep that momentum going! (I put down Park Bench a year ago and haven't returned to it since!) It's fun constructing those big hexagons, isn't it?

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  11. Funny how some projects just suck us right on in, and we have tunnel vision... I admire Jaybird Quilts so much...such a smart and talented young lady to have created these quilts, done all the math, and created the rulers to make construction easier! I don't have any of her patterns, but I sure have admired them for a while...hmm I might have some birthday money to spend...

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  12. Oh, good luck hiding that project. Maybe it'll work for you...

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  13. I just finished putting this top together - I just love it!

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