Saturday, 20 October 2018

Missing the right bits

Slow progress.

I have added to the right hand side - and am not trying to figure out what happens above and below this piece.  
Quite a lot of the bits in this picture had not yet been sewn together, so the wider blue and white strips will end up rather narrower than they look.  The bit I'm struggling with right now is the top right-hand corner.  I would like the blue to extend around it, but can't find quite the right combination of bits.  Up until now I have just been using what I already had made, but I think the next step will be to make something specifically for the space.  

13 comments:

julieQ said...

What a super fun quilt...you will come up with something amazing!

Julierose said...

this is coming together so well; i love those little ladder strippys so much..hugs, Julierose

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

I like where the balance is headed!

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

Love this layout. The blue would look really nice there.

-Soma

Janie said...

Fun 'bit' finding.
Experiments in design. You could write a
book on your process. But that would probably take all the fun away.
Playing gently comes intuitively.

Ann said...

The laddered sections are still a favorite to see. Have fun with the righthand section.

Robin said...

The dark ladder strips from a distance remind me of old movie film. This is coming together quite nicely.

O'Quilts said...

I see what you mean about the dark blue...when I squint my eyes, they stand out. I just love what you do. It is my favorite way of sewing

Mystic Quilter said...

Whist I've been 'missing in action' your quilt has grown quite a lot, I'm waiting to see what you come up with for the rh corner.

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

So interesting how you work to make this top! It's like a mystery that you are solving!

patty a. said...

You are moving along nicely on this top.

Sandy Panagos said...

I got behind on my blog reading so I just read the last month's worth of your posts about this piece. Reading them all at once and in order helped me to understand your process better, and gave me hope that I just need to be more brave and jump in and do SOMEthing. I really love what you do. You are an inspiration!

Caroline Heinrichs said...

go ahead, you know how to make it work. cheers from BC, Canada