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Monday, December 22, 2014

After the party......

The gifts have been given, the party is over.  I needed something to sew on last night to unwind so I was happy I had sewn the stratas already for this Trip Around the World.  This will end up around 40" square.  I ran out of room on this single design wall so I'll sew about a third of it together and then move it to the left and unpick the rest of the loops.

16 comments:

Beth said...

Actually I think it looks kinda interesting... right where it is!!! Glad you had a nice day... and found something to unwind with!

Roxanne said...

Another feast for the eye in this quilt. I clicked to enlarge and it has that great pulsing "glow"--always love that about TAW when you get the fabrics just so.

sharon said...

your trip around the world quilts just vibrate with energy....lovely work

Linda Swanekamp said...

High contrast, yet it blends and glows. Big accomplishment!

patty a. said...

Another beautiful TAW!

Sylvia Anderson said...

Good morning Wanda....I bet this is breathtaking in person, because it looks so striking in the photo. Hope you're completely unwound now and back in Energizer Bunny mode. lol

Lesley Gilbert said...

Very nice - I'm looking forward, as always, to seeing how this turns out :)

Needled Mom said...

LOVE this one!

Gloria N. said...

Love the colours in this TAW! It's going to be beautiful

Kevin the Quilter said...

Very beautiful Wanda..........I am still in awe of how your eye interprets colors........these melt into one another!

Denise Russell said...

Beautiful colors! Can't wait to see if finished... Merry Christmas!

Hedy Hahn said...

Another very striking TAW, I love the fabrics in this one.

Teresa in Music City said...

Wow!!!! The color is intoxicating :) I also kinda like it off center like that....

Charlotta said...

This looks great. I love the white fabric with the black swirls and red dots. I can't really tell whether there are two different prints, I think there are, one has more red and less black, but they're both great and add a lot of interest to the quilt. It's hard for me to see much detail in the rest of the fabrics, but I can tell that they aren't solid, they just read more solid (and "boring") than they really are in the tiny view I have of them.
Merry Christmas Wanda. I've really enjoyed getting to know you and your art through your blog this year and look forward to learning more from you next year.

Maureen said...

Looks great and a good one for the Christmas season!

Aunt TC said...

I love seeing your posts and learning how you progress from an idea, to fabric, to... There's something about the last column on the right side that looks out of place. Maybe this is intentional? Merry Christmas!