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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

See what a difference a little color makes!

I wanted to see the design without the color so I took it out with Photoshop.....

I am sewing blocks for my next quilt...this one will probably be afghan or "nap" size, I have a lot of lovely large scale prints....many are from Kaffe Fassett.


So, back to the sewing machine....I usually work in silence with just the birds singing outside the open window....I hope you are all having a lovely day too!





6 comments:

Jamie said...

Your quilt is looking lovely Lila! You must think I am a terrible friend, not answering your email. I just found it today (amoung other lost ones) so sorry! I signed up for Freecycle and I love it, but the email traffic is incredible and some of my personnal emails get lost in the fray! I am still enjoying your sweet May basket and using the journal to help keep my brain straight:) My friend Cheryl at Stash Studios is a quilter also and she just posted some wonderful photos of a memory quilt she finished for a customer. Stop over and see it when you get the chance. http://web.mac.com/stashstudios/iWeb/Stash%20Studios/Journal/Journal.html

Hope eveything is going well! Love, Jamie

Cheryl said...

Hi Lila!

Jamie told me about you earlier today and that you were taking on the challenge of hand-quilting as well. Thanks so much for visiting me! I document my projects so that I can sell my patterns. I love your curry quilt!

Kaffe is one of my fav designers. He stood behind me in the lunch line at the International Quilt Festival in Houston. He is so handsome! We discussed the merits of the various pastas and I thought I would swoon from the pressure of keeping my cool :-)

Cheers,
Cheryl
www.stashstudios.com

Annie said...

It's so interesting seeing this quilt in b&w and then in color. Really, quite different looks, each telling a different kind of story for the eye.

Kelli said...

Wow! That is amazing!! Your quilt is just beautiful, I love the fabrics!
Kelli

GreenishLady said...

I love the colours, but when I see it in black/white, then the patterns stand out, and they are wonderful, too. What a great skill you have!

Daisy Lupin said...

I adore Kaffe Fasset and have always been a fan of his, I have most of his books, they are just such sumptious delicious things to look at. His fabric is amazing too. Your granddaughter is so sweet.

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