Rows 3 and 4

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Row 3 of the Patchwork of the Crosses top is done.

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As is row 4.

Row 5 is almost done. Joining the rows together is probably going to take a bit longer than I originally anticipated, but I’m still hopeful I’m going to get the top together before this week is over. The upcoming weekend is a long weekend here in Ontario and I want to be doing some curved piecing at some point on that weekend. I was threatening to start a sunflower or make some more of the melon/arcs for the Summer Picnic Dish on Saturday but a friend persuaded me to stick with the Patchwork of the Crosses and get the top finished.

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“Home Sun.” It seems the little alien was showing his home planet to Baxter and his kitty pals.

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Baxter was – where else – in his kitty tree. We had a lot of rain on Saturday but yesterday was gorgeous. And he spent a lot of time watching out the window – during the day and at night. I think he’s about to have a real growth spurt as he has been eating more and more the past few days.

6 thoughts on “Rows 3 and 4

  1. Oh no…..keep going with Patchwork of the Crosses, it is so near to being done! Then you can reward yourself with some curved piecing. I love the alien friend for Cappy too!

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  2. You are making such wonderful progress…you’ll be delighted when you see the Patchwork of the Crosses finally come together! Keep the fun things dangling…
    like a carrot to keep you stitching the final blocks/rows together! You are amazing…
    wish I could accomplish even a tiny smidge of what you produce!
    Hugs and Happy Monday!

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  3. I know how hard it is to stick with one project. That one is so near the end too. I’m afraid I would have to sneak in a block or 2 that seemed more exciting as a reward for so many hours of sticking with the finishing.

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  4. Keep an eye on the prize! Just think once it’s done, you can pick another project that is almost done and then you’ll be on a roll of finishing projects! This coming from a person who has too many unfinished projects! šŸ™‚

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