21 thoughts on “Go the Doggies! Half time

  1. Grannymar says:

    I am dipping my Toes… read fingers, back to my round of blog visits just in time to congradulate you on the 2 year anniversary. The quilt is looking well.

  2. Happy anniversary! I’m up to just over 5 years, and the time has flown by.

    I love your treatment of the logo square – it is exactly as I envisaged it in my mind’s eye. I agree about how irritating it is when fabric is printed askew: my scrappy quilt has some very skew-whiff parts.

  3. rutigt says:

    I agree…the logo looks much better now! I´m so glad I came to know you 🙂 You are giving me so much inspiration! A big hug to you from me 🙂

  4. Happy Anniversary! Great fix on the logo. As to mitering the chevron, that would be harder to do than I can imagine. Even if you’d arranged the corners to meet nicely, likely you would have needed to tuck it in the middle somewhere, ruining the effect. Corner blocks work just right.

  5. tialys says:

    Happy 2nd Blog Birthday.
    Don’t point out the wandering lines and nobody will notice them or, if they do, they’ll just think they were meant to be like that as you are a quilt ninja and couldn’t possibly have done anything wrong! 😉

  6. Congrats on the blogaversary! Have a party and celebrate. You are making this for a Bloke. Unless he’s an art major, he’s not going to notice anything but the logo square and appreciate the the coziness of the quilt. Sometimes I think we give too much attention to perfection and not enough to the creative love that goes into any project. It’s turning out wonderful. You do know the Amish always put a flaw purposely in their quilts. I like the idea myself so when I find one I just say it was planned that way. 🙂 Soldier on now. You will be done in short order. 🙂

  7. knitnkwilt says:

    The logo fix is perfect. I’ve solved many a match-up problem with cornerstones too. Cheers for two years. Glad I met you.

  8. EllaDee says:

    Happy Blogaversary 🙂 When I think of all the quilting, stitching, cooking, gardening, life… you’ve shared, it’s testimony to truly generous and lovely efforts.
    The logo looks great. I like the framing 🙂

  9. It’s great! I love the blue and also what you’ve done with the logo. I agree with you about wonky prints being annoying. Actually, I’ve found several expensive brands that aren’t printed straight either.

    • katechiconi says:

      Thanks, Avis, I’m really pleased with how it’s coming along. I suppose slips can happen anywhere when printing a long run, but it seems to be noticeably worse with the low-end stuff, where perhaps QC is not so strict.

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