I did manage to force myself to sew over the holiday though.
I am being very serious.
Sewing seems like a chore at the moment.
I want this Hallowedding quilt finished, but have been DREADING the rest of the blocks.
So I finally decided that I needed to see what the placement of the original blocks were
and see how mine was really progressing.
That is the only way I could assess what I have left to make.
Nothing like a little visualization to get me moving forward!
I wrote down the blocks I still needed to make and realized that some of the additional blocks that I had made fit in in place of some that the original quilt had!
I still needed to make one more set of eyes.
And one bat
One set of 2 short potion bottles
One set of tall potion bottles
And holy cheese whiz Batman, this is what my background fabric for my first (of 2) spider webs looked like as I was cutting it out.
I laid it out to make sure everything went in the same direction.
Then I made my first spider web block!
Sewing the curves was not difficult at all.
Parts of the original pattern left a few things out that I had to figure out,
but three hours later it was finished.
I have one more spider web left to make and then the Ring of Coffins.
THAT'S IT FOR PIECED BLOCKS!!!!
There are a few filler blocks that are just cuts of fabric.
I also need to measure everything and size up or down to make sure it will all fit together but otherwise I am good.
I have checked the size on about half of the blocks so far.
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Awe that sucks when you have a project that kind of takes it out of you. Great spider web, looks very cool.
This is pretty awesome! The spider web...very, very cool!
That spiderweb block is awesome and I love your cats in your header!
Great blocks. Can't wait to see the complete top.
I love your spider web and hope that you get back in the mood to finish this one up. I had those same feelings making the cross-stitch Christmas stockings for my granddaughters. Thankfully, they are in the mail.
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