Wednesday, May 14, 2014

5 more blocks-rearranging blocks............

This is the set of five blocks that I was in the middle of when the power went out Monday night.







I have ten more blocks to make for the bottom row and I may end up making some new ones for the right side for a smoother blend.  Actually I moved several blocks after I took this photo and have made three more new ones.  I spent all afternoon cutting 2.5" squares for kits for the color class I will be doing the end of June.  I have 76 fabrics cut out of the 100 I need.  I have cut 11 7/8 yards so far.  I'm cutting more kits than I need so I'll be prepared if I schedule the class again.

13 comments:

Linda Swanekamp said...

The blocks just shimmer. It is amazing fabric can be so dynamic. Great stuff! I can't imagine how spectacular your class on color is!

suemac said...

I love how you can take the same blocks and rearrange them for a whole different look.

Michele said...

Love the quilt.
Is your color class open to blog followers? Can you send me some information? Not sure if I could come, but I'd love to take a lass with you.

Quilt Musings said...

I just love following your process and seeing how your projects change from day to day :) This top is going to be amazing!

Helen said...

This is going to be another stunning quilt. I am really enjoying following your process - thank you so much for sharing.
Kind regards
Helen

Christine said...

wow

Gari in AL said...

I stood looking at my batiks yesterday thinking of pairs to follow you in this quilt journey. Maybe next week I will be able to begin cutting.

patty a. said...

The quilt is coming along great. I like how it vibrates!

Needled Mom said...

Stunning, Wanda!

Vicki W said...

I love how this is looking!

Sheila said...

Soooo enjoying watching this quilt come together. It's beautiful.
I learned so much during your color class in Charlotte, NC. A most wonderful learning experience.

Cathi said...

I love watching this quilt come together - the design is absolutely amazing in the fabrics you've chosen to work with.

Brown Family said...

The new blocks are lovely!