Friday, 1 April 2016

All over bar the quilting...

Everything went smoothly today: I put together the bottom row...


and then joined the three big pieces together.  It was dry and fairly bright so I tried getting a photo outside, but the wind kept thwarting me...good colours though.



Then I came back inside and had another go.


I'm so happy with this, though I haven't got a clue how I'm going to quilt it!

Linking up today with Confessions of a Fabric Addict as well as Off the Wall Friday.

30 comments:

  1. It is wonderful. I can't begin to imagine how you are going to quilt it, but I know you will find the right way!

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  2. Gorgeous! Love the offset circles, the rich colors, the stamping. All of it is just incredible.:)

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  3. Fabulous! Proud of you for sticking with it.

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  4. Circles? LOL. It is really wonderful! I do love it.

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  5. It looks beautiful blowing in the wind.

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  6. Oh my goodness! Such a beautiful quilt Kaja - congratulations !!

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  7. I love this quilt-top so much! The outside photo of it looks beautiful! Your marvellous hand quilting will make this one even better!

    -Soma

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  8. Very nice! Love your confident colors!

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  9. Congrats on the gorgeous quilt top!

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  10. Oh Kaja, it's so beautiful! no wonder you are pleased.

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  11. This is just gorgeous. I love the arrangement of the circles and those great stripes. Can't wait to see how you quilt this.

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  12. Wow, WoW, and WOW!!! Your quilt is absolutely stunning! I cannot tell you how happy this makes me! :)

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  13. By the way, what is stamped on the strips?

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  14. I love it! Congratulations on a beautiful original creation!

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  15. I love this quilt! Such energy and fun colors. It's sure to bring a smile to everyone's face.

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  16. It's fantastic! I know how much time and energy has gone into making this and i think it's well worth it!

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  17. It's thrilling just to look at a photo and see all the glorious colors Kaja. In person it must make you want to jump with joy! I agree with Soma and would love to see some of you beautiful big stitch quilting on this quilt.

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  18. Stunning and colourful and YEAH!Great job... exciting to see!
    Bethany

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  19. It's fabulous... really amazing! So much energy!

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  20. Oh my god this is just incredible. So lovely to see this being worked on over the weeks but this end piece is just stunning! X

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  21. SO beautiful!! Your mix of rich colors is warm and lively. Those little bits of wording to read adds a lot of interest.

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  22. Oh, I missed it! This is so lovely, Kaja. All the simple shapes make a really pure, strong statement. Beautiful work!

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  23. I'm going to miss seeing this as it goes into your to-be-quilted pile (and I mean pile in a nice way). The colors are so delicious, and once again, it was wonderful to learn from you as you shared your design process with all of us.

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  24. That turned out so beautifully. I've really enjoyed seeing you puzzle through this one!

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