Half Way

How many quilts does it take to launch a website?

I have decided that the answer to that is ten. Ten quilts to be designed, appliqued, quilted and bound before my new project can be launched. Ten quilt patterns to be written, drawn up, illustrated, edited and previewed.

That is a lot of work. That takes a lot of time. That takes a lot of sustained focus. Quite a challenge.

I am happy to say, though…


five are quilts are finished.

Half way…

yet still so much to do!


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15 responses to “Half Way

  1. I can’t wait to see the one with the starry night fabric!

  2. Hurry up with the next five so we can have a better look at all of them!

  3. Look at the quilting! Look at the quilting! I’m so excited just to look at the quilting!!

  4. So pretty. Always so pretty.

  5. I want to see more of the one with the orange background! Well done. They look great (says a complete novice!)

    [P.S. Doesn’t anybody else remember “Little boxes on the hill side, little boxes made of ticky tacky, little boxes on the hill side, little boxes all the same”? That was my favourite from the Sing! songbooks.]

  6. Love the dark green one with the stripy border. Are these all full-size bed quilts? Do you have a long-arm quilter?
    Nutmeg: That song was written in the 1950s or ’60s about the vast and rapidly spreading tract developments in Southern California, where I live, in one of the ticky-tacky cookie-cutter houses it describes!

  7. Your work is BEAUTIFUL Tracey! Can’t wait to see the great unveiling…

  8. I think you should save yourself the hassle of doing the website and just send the quilts to me. Then you’d have so much more time on your hands…. 🙂

  9. Ooh these look exciting!

  10. They look fantastic – can’t wait to see them properly!

  11. Lovely lovely lovely. And Kirsten (and you) in a magazine! We all bask in your reflected glory.

  12. Ohhh, how exciting! Can’t wait to see them all.

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