Friday, August 21, 2015

Happy Accident



The nine blocks for the top of my
reversible kitchen table topper are finished!

I started these during Sujata's St. Louis workshop . . .




This photo shows the nine block top panel 
and the four block back panel 
laying side by side on our driveway.

I need to enlarge both of these before quilting
but I'm going to wait a bit before moving forward.




I love the interactions between colors, textures, and shapes.

And I can't wait to stitch the final nine rail fence blocks
for our younger son's new bed quilt named Midtown Vibe.


Quiltdivajulie

11 comments:

  1. Julie - I love this one....can't wait to see what you do next.

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    1. Thanks, Sharon . . . Midtown Vibe continues as a work in progress.

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  2. Julie,
    These blocks look like a scene from Peruvian mountains! So lush, so beautiful!

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    1. Thanks - I was envisioning grasslands. Your scene sounds much better!

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  3. Wow, color, excitement, movement. Your blocks have it all.
    I've got to finish my project and get going on Sujata's book, those blocks are
    calling to me.

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    1. Thanks, Janie - they WILL get finished - they speak to me, too.

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  4. Love that this quilt is being made up of a variety of green fabrics, reminds me of fresh green grass in the fields of an English Summer.

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    2. Thanks!! Another great visual! I chose them to soothe me when our back yard grass goes Khaki during dormant season (winter).

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Thank you for taking the time!