Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Trying out Blogsy

Well I was hoping to coma post on my inspiration quilt today but before doing that I decided to do a trial post using the Blogsy app on my iPad. I have not been happy with the picture quality of my posts since using my ipad and as I am rather computer challenged anything new has a huge learning curve filled with lots of trial and error.

So here goes. A picture of a few more of the blocks that I have prepped for this quilt.

Perhaps someone recognizes it now!

 

13 comments:

Cardygirl said...

Just beautiful!

Lori said...

I do not recognize the blocks, but they are beautiful! The photography looks good too :)
I hope you continue to heal and recover with fewer and fewer set backs.

Judy H. said...

I'm looking forward to seeing them as finished blocks. Glad to know you are feeling better.

Missie of Traditional Primitives (formerly Hallbrook Designs) said...

What a pretty quilt you are working on! Very pretty! I am glad to catch up and read that you are doing well after your surgery. My friend who had the back surgery at the same time is also doing well. So glad for you both! I use Blogsy for posting. It is much better than the Blogger posting area for me. It has had a few problems since my update to ios7 so I hope things are working better. They will be doing an update soon I imagine if they have not done so already! It's a great app!

audrey said...

Can't wait to see this finished! It looks very Blackbird Designs.:)

Donna~~ said...

Glad to see you are back stitching! (I hope you're doing better!) Your blocks are lovely--I especially like the colors.

Jane in Wales said...

Lovely blocks! I love the fabrics you are using!

Jane in Wales said...

Lovely blocks! I love the fabrics you are using!

Ineke van den Akker said...

Wow! Just LOVE this!

Elaine said...

I love your fabric choices, what a pretty quilt this will be.

Every Stitch said...

Such pretty blocks and fresh colours - will be very enjoyable to applique this one!
Hilda

Janet said...

I just cant help but drool a little when I see your applique. What a wonderful project and I do hope you're healing fast.

Karen said...

Lots of little curves on the leaves. Well done but I bet they made for slow stitching.