My APQ Quilt-Along Progress


Posted on January 20th, by Amy in quilt-along, work in progress. 7 comments

Last week I shared my Quilt-along progress, and I’m excited to have even more progress to share today!

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I sewed up the block centers – and love the way the colors are coming together, the varied blues, with a touch of green is just right!

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I also did some strip-piecing, and trimmed them up for four-patches -

#APQquiltalong - AmysCreativeSide.com

Sewing at night makes for challenging photography, but I do love the colors!

Up next, I have more strip piecing and segments to cut, before assembling the blocks.

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Are you quilting along with us yet? You can find the pattern in the current American Patchwork & Quilting; just look for this cover :

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I’ll be back tomorrow with some info on Pillow Collective -

Amy





7 thoughts on “My APQ Quilt-Along Progress

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