Thursday, March 7, 2013

Final layout sewn together.......

I moved a few blocks around and said "good enough" and sewed the top together.  I couldn't motivate myself to choose a border.  This is where I am stuck on about 12 quilt tops right now.  Borders are fun to choose, that is when the right fabric shows up.  Sewing them on, not too exciting.  I need to make it a priority to get borders sewn onto at least 4 quilts this week.

Rain predicted for Saturday night.  What a difference in just a few days. 

26 comments:

Paula Hensley Murphy said...

Love this quilt. The oranges definitely draw your eye.....I like their placement now.

Gene Black said...

I like the layout. It really intrigues the eye to keep looking around

Mary said...

Another stunning quilt. I'll be interested to see your border choice.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

stunning!

Quiltedtime said...

The reds and oranges in the middle are perfect. Good job!

McIrish Annie said...

This is gorgeous! and I am the same way with borders. I have a bag of tops, I think 6, that need borders. It is one of my goals this month to get 3 of them bordered and ready for quilting.

Anonymous said...

Your work always amazes me. How do you stay so motivated?
mar

kadyb said...

Love it! It really draws me in and invites my eyes to roam. Great job!

Gypsy Quilter said...

Lovely. I know what you mean about borders, I'm having trouble with a few myself. Thanks for sharing.

normajean53 said...

Wonderful choice of color and fabric. Great job as always.

patty a. said...

Beautiful piece! 12 tops that need borders is a lot of decision making! I can't wait to see what you pick.

Brown Family said...

WOW! It is beautiful! I have started a new project and need to get pictures posted!

Donna~~ said...

Wow Wanda! Another beauty--you are so quick! Looking forward to seeing the borders you choose!

Candace said...

It is simply beautiful!

suemac said...

It turned out great. Can't wait to see it finished.

Sheila said...

This is beautiful! I love it.

LC said...

Others said the word that came to mind, but it can be repeated - stunning! I now have a pattern for one like this (Montana Cartwheel) and have it on the to-do pile.

JJM said...

This is one grand design Wanda. I so love your precision with those spikes. True piece of needle art.

JJM

Empty Closet Quilting said...

Wow! Your "good enough" is pretty wonderful! Your work is inspiring!

LynneP said...

Lovely!

Cathi said...

It's beautiful! Spikes and curves and those colours equal a wonderful quilt!

GerryART said...

Gotta love 'em.
Squares, circles, points
all on display
just for the gazing

Love Quilts ♥♥♥

hugs

Purple Pam said...

Another gorgeous quilt. I really, really, like this one, even without borders.

Karen H said...

Love it! This is beautiful! I agree that the borders aren't the most fun. I need to choose a binding for my "Easy Street" quilt. That's not my favorite part, either.

Muddling Through said...

Oh, Wanda, this is just incredibly beautiful! Another masterpiece.

Teresa in Music City said...

Beautiful quilt! There is definitely a quilt something like this in my very near future :*) The borders are my least favorite part of quilt assembly. I have to make myself do it!