Friday, October 23, 2009

DJ Update

My box of DJ blocks is slowly filling. This is one of those quilts that will take me a very long time to complete, especially since I have limited myself to hand work only, so I'm savouring each and every block as a little projects of it's own. But now and again I update my spreadsheet and calculate my pieces, just to see how it's coming along. This is how it looks after the latest update:



Tally at the moment is 48 blocks, 647 pieces. These are the latest ones I finished:



I mucked up the colours on the star (supposed to be a light star on a dark background), but I'm not going to be bothered to change it. Three more blocks are cut and ready to be pieced; and more are traced onto freezer paper to cut whenever I have the time and feel like it.

Wishing everyone a great and creative weekend!
Hugs and stitches from
Anne Ida

11 comments:

Teresa said...

Looking good!

Lappetausa said...

Du har ein utruleg viljestyrke, tenk å sy heile denne quilten for hand! Tykkjer det er fint med litt brytning i alt det blå, altså den basketblokka. Kunne tenkje meg å få oppskrifta på den tabellen din...

Rhonda said...

These are so cool. Great job!

Gudveig HN said...

Lekkert! Jammen er du flittig!

ConnieB/CA said...

very nice. It will be fabulous.

Ethne said...

Please share how you do your progress display spread sheet - I really want to sort out something special like this for my SBS quilt that I'm thinking of restarting - it too is being hand pieced

Satu said...

Tusen takk for your help, Anne Ida!
When I read your message, I went and ordered that beautiful fabric from Benartex. I'm SO HAPPY now;)))

May Kristin said...

Oh my, you've been up to a lot since I visited you here! Lots of beautiful stuff!
Good to see you are back on track!

Guðrún said...

You are really making progress on your DJ.

Zannah said...

Hello and thanks for stopping by my blog!!
I'm always so impressed by the amount you manage to get completed, and just how beautiful all your work is!!
(I'm also VERY impressed by the tidiness of your WISP cupboard :-)).
Happy quilting!

Suzie said...

You always do a such great work, it does not matter how long it takes!