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Sunday, November 17, 2013

30 blocks........

Thirty blocks are done.  I had to build this sideways on the design wall so this is the first time I have seen in vertical when I rotated the photo.  I have to take the blocks off the wall by tonight so I have to make the decision soon if it is ready to sew together.
I glanced out the kitchen window as I was walking through the room and saw a spot of red.  My first reaction is that it is probably the cardinal and then I took a better look.  He is helping to clean up under the feeder.

24 comments:

Sewing Junkie said...

The layout looks good to me from the picture. My Mom saw Nuthatches the other day, but I haven't seen any. Chris

Pat said...

The quilt looks great. I have woodpeckers in my feeder all the time. I also have many nuthatchers and of course chickadees. That is only a few of them. I have an Illinois bird book and have marked the many pages of the birds that I have had in my feeder. Enjoy your day and watch out for the storms we may get this afternoon.

tvbleak said...

Love the layout, and the red bellied woodpecker is beautiful. Looks like is fattening up for winter. :^)

Mary said...

I love the three-dimensional look of this layout.

Gene Black said...

it looks ready to me. the only possible change I see is taking the two brightest that are dead center and swapping the top one with the one next to it so the are only joined by a corner rather than a side.
My choice would be swap the bottom one with the one to its left (in the picture)

Ruth said...

Wow! It's beautiful! How big is it?

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

I haven't seen any woodpeckers near our house in awhile, they always show up at the feeders eventually though.
love the blocks just the way they are.

JoyceT said...

I have been following your blog off and on for quite some time and this is my favorite quilt of yours!

Vicki W said...

I am feeling an urge to make some of these blocks. I am trying to resist. I have too many other things to do!

suemac said...

Your layout looks great.

Sheila said...

Wow. Beautiful blocks. This is one of my favorite series. Great picture of the red headed bird. Cool and wet here. I miss summer already.

Candace said...

Another fabulous quilt! My hat's off to you. Your layout looks great.

Penny Schine Gold said...

Love how the blocks interlock.

Kevin the Quilter said...

If you want my opinion.....it is ready to sew! I love the layout, and the colors dance throughout! When I grow up, I wanna be like you! LOL

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

Stunning! I love the overlapped effect this layout has. Thanks to you I have started thinking of B&W polka dots as a key part of my stash.

Brown Dirt Cottage said...

I think you have your colors and shades distributed pretty good. I'm quite impressed you 'built' it sideways!!

Mystic Quilter said...

So vibrant - I love this series of quilts you have been making.

liz said...

Wow! I love the layout, very clever use of the blocks to create such 3-dimensionality!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE this!

Marion Caspers said...

It looks wonderful, congratulation
Marion from Bavaria

Muddling Through said...

I like this quilt more every time you show it! Just beautiful. And you never know what is going to show up at the feeders, do you?

Linda Kay said...

I am seriously in love with this quilt!

Brown Family said...

I know you were north and east of the tornados, but hope you are all OK.

Sharon M said...

Love it! I just want to look at each p[iece.

Charlotta said...

Just Glorious!