Swooning

I am officially on vacation…we are everyday at the beach swimming, drinking coffee…
The strange thing is that everyday I wake up at 6.30 in the morning, and because everybody is sleeping, I am relaxed enough, to work on my swoon.
It is my first attempt to make a swoon quilt, and oh boy!!… it is a huge quilt! I have no idea how the f…k am I going to quilt this thing in my small little Pfaff…I am seriously thinking of sending it to professional (But I have to find someone in Europe…if anybody knows please message me!!!)

I didn’t have time to participate in the previous quilt-a-long, and I was so happy to hear for this new one…if you would like to participate, link your projects at the Flickr Group Swoon 2013.
WIP Swoon 2013
WIP Swoon 2013

Now on this week’s statistics

Dresden quilt: I left the handquilting for the winter.
Checkers quilt: basting.
Butterfly quilt: yes finally I am quilting this eternal UFO
Skill Builder BOM: standing still.

Summary of this week’s stats:
Completed projects -0
New projects -0 (I will not start a new project until I’ve finished all my UFOs. I promise!!!)
Currently in progress -5

Now it is your turn! Hop over at Freshly Pieced and take a peek on how everyone else is doing.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced
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11 Comments
Elizabeth
September 7, 2013 12:46 am

I’m thinking of doing a Swoon with Amy Butler’s Lark fabric line, and it was nice to see you using her fabric as well. Gorgeous, and love the blue solid.

CloudCoucou
July 18, 2013 8:03 pm

Your quilt blocks are absolutely gorgeous, I LOVE the colours!!

Ruth
July 18, 2013 6:25 pm

I’ve just made my first block and like you have come to the conclusion this has got to go to a longarmer. I’m in Ireland and don’t know any yet either but I’ve got 8 blocks more to go before I have to worry about it. Looks great!

Sarah
July 18, 2013 2:16 pm

Stunning colors! This is just lovely.

Judith Gale
July 18, 2013 11:47 am

Beautiful quilt! I’m working on my UFO’s this summer too. Making room for more fabric! http://www.pieceandtranquilty.blogspot.com

Stephanie
July 18, 2013 8:03 am

Oh, I’ve never met a swoon quilt I didn’t like. Hope you enjoy the rest of your vacation. I like sewing in those wee morning hours too!

Wombat Quilts
July 17, 2013 6:48 pm

Fabulous Swoon. Love the colour and fabric choices. This is going to be a beautiful quilt.

Tanyia Deskins
July 17, 2013 4:08 pm

beautiful work on the Swoon a long! I really like the blue background you have. Enjoy your vacation time!

I am stopping by from the WIP hop, my post is here if you have time to stop by 🙂 http://domesticdeficitdisorder.blogspot.com/2013/07/wip-july-17th-edition.html

Kate G
July 17, 2013 1:56 pm

Such wonderful colors. I love the solid color particularly! And I’m obsessed with the swoon block, although I haven’t braved it yet! Great work!

Elita@Busy Needle Quilting
July 17, 2013 11:11 am

Hi Zafeiro! What a gorgeous quilt! I love the blue background fabric in particular. It makes the other colours pop! 🙂 I am a longarm quilter in Geneva (Switzerland) and would be honoured to quilt such a beautiful quilt. I will send you an email with my details. Well done!!

Jane DeLorenzo
July 17, 2013 9:34 am

Wow! This is stunning with the dark background. Love it!

Love to read your comments!