søndag 12. september 2021

Mini La Passion in September

We've had a fantastic summer here, and I've opened all twelve windows on my mini La Passion. Now it's time to start closing them. I've soon finished the first diamond window as you can see. The weight is 200 gram higher than November last year, and the hexagons are 1/4". 

I love this pattern by Grit's Life. The link will take you to a gallery showing many beautiful versions of this quilt.





Linked up to:

Slow Sunday Stitching

Design Wall Monday 

Monday Making 

Wednesday Wait Loss

14 kommentarer:

  1. a quarter of an inch! my mind boggles at how tiny that is, there's no room for the seam allowances on the back!

    I am amazed and awed! And it is lovely.

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  2. So amazing! I love seeing your progress!

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  3. Beautiful, I also love seeing your progress!

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  4. Always good to catch up with how your mini version is progressing. Has anyone else made a Mini La Passion, do you know?

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  5. Just gorgeous and such tiny hexies....

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  6. It's been so fun seeing your work on this stunning piece. You will have an heirloom when you are done!

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  7. Your hexi progress is very impressive! I want to make 1/4" hexis, but I find it very difficult to tuck the fabric around the back of the paper. Do you have any advice? How big do you cut the fabric?

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  8. I went to the gallery link you provided and saw all of the other quilts of this design. It’s such a beautiful quilt, in every color people chose to make it in. Is yours the only 1/4 inch hexie version? Sometime I’d like a picture of the backside on part of your quilt. I am curious as to how the seams lie. Do you press them any certain way? Thanks for sharing your progress on the Design Wall Mondays linky party. Hugs, Judy

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  9. Hi Turid, I love to check on your progress. Thanks for putting your blog in English even though it is not your first language, and thanks for connecting up to DWM. I would like to know why you choose to make windows and then close them please. Could you just make a bigger diamond shape which includes the window edge? Would that work?
    Thanks again, your work is amazing. Jane

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  10. So beautiful! I admire your patience to keep working with these tiny pieces to create a masterpiece!

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  11. Such a beautiful quilt to be! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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