Wednesday, April 29, 2015

inside addition {a top!}

Remember all those inside addition blocks up on my design wall?


Yep!  They've officially become the latest top in the quilting queue ;o)


Now, ordinarily I'm not one to trim (...totally guilty), but for some reason I couldn't help myself this time.


And I have to say, it was worth the extra effort.  In fact, it kind of made me wonder why I don't always slow down and enjoy the process.


Naturally one look at my wish list quickly cleared that up ;o)  But at least this one can be crossed off the list.


...And now, on to the next!

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13 comments:

  1. I love it! Lovely teasing interplay between the colours and the ones that have low volume or coloured Plusses or frames for the pluses- garbled but you know what I mean!

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  2. I really love, love this high/low volume quilt, and think the block pattern (with the cross/plus) makes it sing! Thank you so much for sharing the idea!

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  3. Beautiful! I love the flow of the colors! Great block too!

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  4. Wow,love it and your fabric combo.Great job!!

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  5. Beautiful!!!! So inspiring. I have 6 blocks left to make for my top : )

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  6. Wow!!! I love your quilt: the colours and pattern are awesome!!

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  7. Man, I LOVE how it glimmers!! Honestly, I don't think it would be possible for me to adore this any more than I do! XX!

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  8. I really love this. Can't wait to see it quilted

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  9. I love quilts with all the colors of the rainbow.

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  10. This is so gorgeous!!! I obviously love the rainbow gradient and low volume contrast, but the alternating color vs low volume pluses is fabulous.

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