October 5, 2010

15-Minute Triangles

I'm finding it difficult these days to squeeze in even 15 minutes to play.  My 15-minute triangles are waiting patiently for a little attention.  Here's what they look like after adding a few more.



I think I need a vacation.  Yeah, a vacation.

Hope you're having a good week.

Kim

24 comments:

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

ok! let's all go on vaca!
where should we go?
;-)

they do look good!

Lori said...

Wow! it looks great!!

Stephanie said...

I'm all for a vacation! :o) Love watching the progression of your triangles. I'm having quilter's ADD. I think I'll be able to concentrate on ONE thing after my dresden quilt is out of my house and off to be quilted.

*karendianne. said...

Killer! I TOTALLY love these. What fun.

Kathie said...

these look great, maybe a 3 day weekend at least?
kathie

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

They look great! And what a fun scrap user. A vacation sounds fun! Have a happy day!

Barb said...

Come to Amerika Samoa.....

Love your triangles and hope you can squeeze in some more time to sew!

Trudi said...

Ooooh, a vacation! Now that's a great plan! The scrappy triangles are looking great!

Vivian said...

Your triangles are real attention getters. Pretty!
Sometimes we just need that "get away, change of scene" time. Take care of yourself.

West Michigan Quilter said...

I love your triangles. Eye-catching. Love the way you have framed the individual triangles. Very clever.

Quilt Hollow said...

A vacation to some place with blue waters and white sandy beaches sounds good to me!

Millie said...

Kim, the blocks looking good. Vacation sounds good, can I come with you? LOL

Mary Lou Weidman said...

Sometimes just a mental vacation helps :0)
Your blocks are stunning and this is the perfect example of contrast and value....wish I had a huge poster of this for all of my classes and I would say "look at that contrast, A+".
that is going to be one super quilt!

Nancy said...

These are outstanding! Keep plugging.

belinda said...

Yes..I'm liking these little triangles!!!

No vacation here...but let's go take a walk!!!

Karen said...

These are looking fantastic!! I think this needs to come live at my house when it grows up LOL!!!

SueR said...

I hear that about the 15 minutes--everyone seems to be so busy these days. Those triangles are so colorful I'd have a hard time not sacrificing other things to play with them.

Carrie P. said...

Very cool looking!

a good yarn said...

Wow! What an impact they make. It's amazing how precious 15 minutes can become. Ann :-)

Ginger Patches said...

Beautiful triangles....love the 15 minute idea...need to try it SOON!!!!

Wendy P said...

Kim, I was just at A and E and there was a class posted for today that was canceled due to lack of sign ups? Why do they not advertise??? I would have signed up, had I known. I would LOVE to take a class with you.

They did tip me off that you have a new book coming out in January!!

Please, post classes here so I will know for next time!

Lynn said...

Vacations are nice! Your triangles look wonderful.

Mama Pea said...

What I would give for a vacation these days! I'm having a stressful time at work. Thank goodness for quilting to relax me a little and give me something else to focus on! And my blogging buddies! The scrappy triangles are coming along great. I really like the darker fabrics you're putting in and think they add a nice contrast!

Blue Bird said...

Fun!