Monday, 10 October 2016

A bit more on the right

So, this is how it's gone today...





Unusually for me I am actually working on several areas of this at once, trying to make sure each section has the right balance of fabrics.  This way, if I run out of stuff,  whatever I have to add in will also be nicely spread out and not all gathered together in one corner screaming 'look at us, we arrived late for the party'. This, however, is the side where the most has been going on.

Sharing this today at Patchwork Times and Love Laugh Quilt.




11 comments:

  1. I am so in love with this project! I love this kind of project where the fabric placement appears random at first, but is actually carefully planned. It's like the scat improvisation in a great jazz song. Beautiful!

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  2. Thanks for sharing the fun you are having!

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  3. The right is looking good, Kaja.

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  4. Yes, that is a good strategy to keep the fabrics even. I'm worried about running out on my Gwennie quilt too. I think a design change may be in the works!

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  5. Love seeing your quilts evolve. This one is just stunning. Love it so much!

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  6. I am sooo looking forward to the finish of this quilt ;-) Seeing it evolve is really great!

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  7. I am sooo looking forward to the finish of this quilt ;-) Seeing it evolve is really great!

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  8. I agree. I believe the process is important--maybe the most important thing in quilting for many of us. I love that you're willing to share it.

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  9. Oh my, you have been busy! This is looking so well considered and balanced already. I think it's a great idea to keep the fabrics you have to a central 'square', then if you need to add any in later on you could have a subtle medallion effect going on. Great stuff.

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