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Pineapple

By November 12, 2012March 31st, 2020Blog

My pineapple blocks are one of those projects that have been on my list for a couple of years.  So I took Mary and Sarah’s advice and decided to motivate myself with a reward if I can move them along to a finish.    The first step was to take the blocks out of the ziplock bag they have been living in and place them on my design wall.  I then took my scrap bind and cut me some sashing pieces.  I also found a black piece in the bin to cut as corner post between the sashing.  Then I started sewing the rows together.  I know there are better ways to put rows together.  But somehow I always mess up those methods and I end up with something other than what I planned.  So the best method for me to ensure it goes together the way I planned is to take it off the design wall one block at a time.

As  you can see I have three rows done now and I’ve started the forth.  Hoping for some sewing time today between SEOP conference with N and DD’s opening night for her play.  And my reward you ask.  I’m going to go away with a few friends this weekend to sew.  Well, worth the effort of getting this quilt done.  Don’t you think?

9 Comments

  • Abby and Stephanie says:

    A getaway is definitely a motivator/reward to finish your project. It's wonderful. I imagine it'll be very satisfying to see it finished too.

  • Needled Mom says:

    Definitely a great reward!!! I think the pineapples look awesome!! It is one of my favorite quilt patterns and the scrappiness is glorious.

  • Karen says:

    You are going to be so excited when the top is pieced – keep going!!

  • Lynn says:

    Wow, this is going to be great when it's finished. Think how good you'll feel – that's a great motivator. My motivation is usually guilt at having another ufo.

  • liniecat says:

    clever thinking lol and stitching too!

  • *karendianne. says:

    Great reward! Love the blocks coming together. It was nice learn how you piece the rows. At my sewing group they are very fast with some sort of method I don't quite understand. I'm like you. One at a time. Slow and steady.

  • Nedra says:

    Have a wonderful retreat. Looking forward to seeing your finish on the Pineapple quilt.

  • ChineseSmartphonesInCanada says:

    I love your scrappy pineapples! Have fun sewing with your friends! 🙂

  • Teresa says:

    I so want to make a pineapple quilt – it is a definite on my bucket list. Love the look of yours.

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