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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Seams sewn.............

I have finished the piecing on this quilt top.  I will probably add a border to make it a generous twin size.  I have another print in the Keiko Goke fabrics that will resemble a piano key border without all of the piecing.  I'm repeating the photo of the strata for this quilt.  The sewn quilt always surprises me.


25 comments:

B Hunter said...

The glow reminds me of sunrise over the mountains.... Lovely!

Roxanne said...

So glad you cut into these fabrics for this quilt. Look forward to seeing the border.

Hannah said...

Looks great!

Sue Pittman said...

I am always entranced by your work. This just sparkles. Thanks for sharing your expertise.

Debbie said...

Wow....so striking! I agree after looking at the sewn strata, there is a surprise sunrise in the sewn top!

Vicki W said...

Love, love, love ,love!

I really love it!

Mechelle said...

This is just an awesome way to showcase a designers line of fabrics - course its good for everything else too!

Quiltdivajulie said...

In one of your early TAW posts, I am guessing you included the cutting info for the sorties .... I love the rectangle vs square look!! This one is gorgeous and can only get better up close and in person.,

Hedy Hahn said...

This quilt does glow, it's just very striking.

Lesley Gilbert said...

Love how this has turned out - thanks for showing the photo of the strata again :)

patty a. said...

The quilt top turned out beautiful! Fabulous job Wanda!

donaleen said...

Very nice. How large is it?

Judy Dietrich said...

Just stunning quilt top---will you be keeping this one? I will stay tuned in January to see the red strata sections to be put together into quilt tops for you classes!! Everyone of these comes out so interesting & has been fun to watch them come together. I brought my Dad's Christmas cactus home with me that he has had for years. It has huge pink blossoms that have several sections. It is so healthy, that even I should be able to keep it alive!!

Needled Mom said...

It's amazing to see how that simple strata turned into something so stunning.

Carol Q said...

wow - that's fantastic. i would love to make something like this

jtquilts said...

You pricked my curiosity with the hint about the border! Can't wait!

JJM said...

I agree ~ you turned this strata into a 'surprising' GLORIOUS piece ! Was fun to watch grow.

JJM

Kevin the Quilter said...

Each fabric really stands on it's own in the strip set, and then they just melt into each other in the finished product!

Linda Swanekamp said...

Great fabric and great showcase of it! Love the rectangular pieces!

Elsie Montgomery said...

Stunning!

Millie said...

Love, love, love, love, love this. I am always in awe of your fabric selections. This is so spectacular.

Lynne

Margaret said...

beautiful, love those fabrics

M

Muddling Through said...

I really like this one. It is one of the prettiest you've made of the trip quilts.

Jean said...

This is gorgeous! Great use of color and placement of fabrics. It's a stunner.

Mary said...

Your quilt is gorgeous!