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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Drunkard's Path changes.........

The one on the left is the same as in yesterday's post.  I worked on it yesterday morning and the one on the right is the progress.  I'm not sure if it is done or not.  I'll look at it for a couple days while I work on my other 2 in progress quilts.
I sewed the top strip with cornerstone to the 24 blocks.  Now I'm ready to go to the design wall with them.  Then I can add end of row strips and bottom of the quilt strips and sew the top together.

12 comments:

Elli Scraporobki said...

Oh I lole-love this your magic red-black-white square (log cabin?)

Elaine said...

Like the changes. The finished circle in the almost middle makes a big difference.

JJM said...

re: DP ~ I too like the one in progress, has a nice flow to it. Even if it is called Drunkard's Path. Your African fabrics are mesmerizing, I see something different the longer I study it.

JJM

stitchinpenny said...

I read some comments yesterday and thought you might head that direction, but hoped you wouldn't. I didn't have a clue how to make it work, but I knew I loved the African prints and concepts. I see it today and adore it, but I would never had had an idea how to make it this beautiful.

P. said...

Wow, you did it! Subtle changes but they made a big difference. I'm glad you didn't remove those black/gold blocks entirely. They way they sit now, they add particular interest but don't distract overall.

Monica said...

I love that fussy cut circle that you added to the mix! I like this version much better than the first, too. What a fun quilt!

Cathi said...

That added bit of black and gold really has made this work. It's quite striking.

Farm Gate Creations said...

I love the fabrics that you have used they marry up so very well.

Muddling Through said...

Wanda, I really enjoy seeing how your layout tweaks always improve the whole. I can't even see what you did, I just can see it's better. LOL

Debbie said...

Taking the small circle out of the center made a big difference. Even better now.

Anonymous said...

I like how you changed the circle towards the upper left. Now it's a full circle and I think it looks good that way. Patty
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margaret ann Miller said...

Hi -I will try and see if my comment makes it to the blog. Just wanted to say I love watching the process you go through to arrive at the final arrangement. Love your blog! Marg