Friday, May 16, 2014

BQF: liberty and justice and whatnot {roygbiv}

As I'm at a real risk of oversharing this one (...again), I'll try to keep this post brief. 


My first entry into the Spring 2014 Blogger's Quilt Festival? "Liberty (of London) and Justice for All."


For reasons that are likely already apparent to my followers, I'm entering this quilt in the ROYGBIV category. 


And for those of you who are new around these parts, I've assembled a compilation of sorts with you in mind :) 

You can find out more about my process in these (teaser) posts:
*something old...
*something new.
*something borrowed... (which, incidentally, didn't make the cut for the DWR challenge quilt)
*something hued.


...And then there's the post-finish hooplah:
*liberty (of london) and justice for all (if you click through only one of these links, make it THIS one)
*oh dear, what to do with these diamond wedding ring remnants? (asked and answered:  the king version is back in play and in the works!)
*...no way.
*...in modern patchwork(!)


And that's not even counting my experimentation in tiny piecing last summer...  (See why I'm reluctant to get into too much detail here?!)
*diamond dresden
*tiny-ness take tw:  round vs. square? (spoiler alert:  "round" wins)

And that (I think/hope!) just about does it.  Thanks for stopping by, and please take a look around the other categories in the show!
 

While you're off doing that, I'll be trying to decide which one to enter next :o)  ScrappyOriginal designMini?  Help!

20 comments:

  1. My fav category and your masterpiece!

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  2. My goodness, your quilts are beautiful! I'm visiting from the AMB blog tour-just snooping around and saying hello. I'm am thrilled to see your work and can't wait till your license plate debuts. Love your work!

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  3. I don't think you could ever overshare this one. Not only is the piecing and design gorgeous, but the message behind it too. :D I would go with your sweet as honey quilt, its one of my favorites. :D And it's one of the most original designs I've seen in awhile.

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  4. I'll just say that i'm glad i'm not entering in the ROYGBIV category this time.
    Also, i'll never tire of seeing this amazeballs quilt.
    And also, you're awesome. That's it.

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  5. It's really incredible - don't think you can overshare this one.

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  6. OMG, the tiny piecing to make the diamonds in the rings! Fantastic, you must have been inspired to come up with that.

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  7. Amazing! This is the best wedding ring quilt I have ever seen, seriously...

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  8. I never get sick of seeing this one. Just gorgeous

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  9. It's brilliant (pun intended) that you decided to put the diamonds in the intersections of your wedding rings. I'm sure countless hours went into this beauty.

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  10. Love how this turned out, love the message, love the gradient, love love love love...

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  11. Entering this is like bringing a tank to a butter knife fight, y'know. ;) Although I'm not sad for more excuses to see and love this quilt!! So beautiful, and of course I adore the message behind it as well.

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  12. this is a beautiful delicate quilt, but still with the colours of the rainbow.

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  13. The best quilts can't possibly be shared too often! This one is beautiful.:)

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  14. wow, such a lovely quilt and so many processes and techniques!

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  15. Congratulations on your nominations. It's a unusual and refreshing way to see the Liberty fabrics being used ;)

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  16. so clever and so impressive

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  17. Beautiful quilt! I love it.

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