A note on yesterdays post about the William Morris book – I think I need to start about 4 more quilt tops – I have been advised that the more I start the longer it will take me to actually finish a quilt top – which means I might get caught up on the tops that need to be quilting Smile somehow I like this logic!!  In that regard I think I need to start more tops.

Progress has been made on Joseph’s Coat.

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I will get done with this quilt by the middle of November I hope – I just have to keep plugging away at it.  It would be so nice to get another top on the frame and started before the end of the year.

8 Responses to “Joseph’s Coat”

  1. The quilting looks lovely – I love the colour changes across this quilt!
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  2. Joseph’s Coat is looking good! I don’t know if you’ve been asked this…but I have noticed doing hand work on batiks is more difficult…have your found that? Maybe my needles weren’t sharp enough.
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  3. Your Joseph’s Coat is going to be stunning when it’s finished.

    Love the idea that starting four more quilts will slow you down. Sounds like perfect quilter’s logic to me. LOL
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  4. I think I would be bearing down on Joseph’s coat to get it done! When I was finishing up UFOs I hopped around and one was real close to being finished I’d concentrate on that one until it was done.

    Just enjoy the process :D.
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  5. November will be here before we know it. And your Joseph’s Coat is looking very close to being done!
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  6. I love Joesph’s Coat! Your quilting stitches look perfect. I hope (selfishly with no real say) that you do your red and green next…..just putting in my two cents. Hope your week is beautiful!

  7. Karen your Joseph’s coat is so pretty. I didn’t realize the background fabric had a pattern to it. That add such a nice effect to your quilt. Hope you are doing well and that things have cooled off where you are.
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  8. The colors on Joseph’s coat are just beautiful. Is the background fabric a print? I always thought it was a solid.
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