So you wanted to see the top of “Chugging Along”, right?
Drum roll please!
Some detail shots too?
Here you go!
Here is the front:
I have got three rows done, using all of the blocks in the “Chugging Along” set, except for one. I want to add more rows, just NO MORE LITTLE TRAINS for this moment.
I have been working on them for three months now and I would like to work on something else now. I have an idea already for some more rows to add to the three I already have. Something with some buildings and “stuff”. Just wait and see, okay!?
Some more pictures, you ask?
These next pictures were part of one large picture I made in Photoshop for my movie. Sadly that did not work out and I used the computer drawings instead! The order of some of the photographed blocks in this “collage” is a bit different from the real quilt top.
I also wanted to show you the wheels again. I added some more different styles and fabrics. Some modern and geometric, others more floral and traditional.
By the way, I used all kinds of fabric styles in this quilt top. I had fun doing that! It was liberating to mix to my heart’s content!
OH, and then there was this…
I said that I had had enough of little trains, right?
Just the little ones! :-)
I made a JUMBO train!
I scaled up the pattern by 250% so it ended up being 20 x 20 inches. I have added borders to get to 30 x 30 inches. Would make a nice baby quilt!
The dark colour is a navy. I plan to use that for the binding too. The wheels came out of a vintage sheet. On this sheet there were all kinds of circles , mostly in pink and red. Luckily there were also three of these green swirly ones!!! I am so looking forward to some FMQ on this baby quilt!
If you would like to know more about the train pattern, please click here. There is a giveaway too!
I hope your week will be sunny and joyful!
(p.s. I am linking up with all of these Linky Parties:
Sew Cute Tuesday at Blossom Heart Quilts
Linky Tuesday at Freemotion by the River
Fabric Tuesday at Quilt Story.
We Did It Wednesday at Sew Much Ado
W.I.P. Wedneday at Freshly Pieced
Sew Darn Crafty at Sew Many Ways