Conversations with CW

I’m continuing to have conversations with CW. When I last reported in to you I was adding in more stars and houses. That job done I then had gaps that needed filling

I figured I’d stick with the fabrics from the first fill-in, which meant I needed to hunt through the pile on the chair next to mine for the appropriate pieces

I had a play with the templates

and thought I really needed to change that left hand diamond to keep things symmetrical

then I played around with the fabrics

and thought that this would work

so stitched that side in and went ahead with the other too

CW’s messages can be quite elusive and sometimes downright enigmatic; I understand the need to make lots of stars, after all they are an integral part of Carpenter’s Wheel so I’m happy to make…..how many??

Oh, ok, lots!

But how they’re going to work has me stumped at the moment

I shall continue to listen and ponder…….

Meredithe x

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7 Responses to Conversations with CW

  1. Helen Glover says:

    You are so funny……lol!! elusive, enigmatic…how funny for a quilt to be these things….but actually, aren’t they all? What an interesting quilt this is turning into. I hope you are having fun making it because it is fun to look at!

  2. Sue says:

    Looking amazing, but oh so complicated for my brain!! Definitely a jigsaw coming together! ๐Ÿ˜ looking forward to seeing the whole project. Iโ€™m back to the simplicity of sewing squares together! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚- about all I can muster at the mo!

  3. Kyle says:

    Even though you’re still pondering it looks like you’re having an awesome time.

  4. audrey says:

    Well, at least your quilt is having a conversation! lol Love how the dark pieces are holding everything together. You just never know!:)

  5. Helen f says:

    It is beyond my brain power M – i am glad i stuck to plain and simple when i did mine!! Karen certainly opened a can of worms when she started the “houses”!!๐Ÿ˜…

  6. Well, it looks as though it’s giving you plenty of reasons to sit at home and think!

  7. Jigsaw, yes, and I cannot – but then, I’m not a quilter! – imagine how it’s all going to come together. What a fascinating journey ๐Ÿ™‚

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