Sunday, May 3, 2015

Triangle quilt progress report....

Most of the progress on this quilt has been the decisions of which fabric will appear next and in what order.  I think I have only sewn a few triangles since I showed it last time.  There will be one more row of squares beyond that yellow/orange print.  This photo will be my blueprint for putting it back up on the wall.  It needs to come down while the art quilters are here tomorrow.

12 comments:

Michele said...

Love I really enjoy seeing your progress.

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

love the blend of colors in this one, what size are the half square triangles? they look really small and I'm curious

gayle said...

I'm just fascinated watching this quilt grow.

Anonymous said...

It shimmers!

Frebblebit

Needled Mom said...

You are doing such a great job on this one, Wanda. I love seeing the progress.

Sue said...

This one just gets more beautiful with each new decision and row that you add. Wow! It is breathtaking.

Hedy Hahn said...

This is going to be a stunning quilt, I am waiting for it to all come together.

magistra said...

I agree, it shimmers! That is the perfect word. I just can't believe the refractive qualities of this quilt! You have the most amazing eye for color placement. I know I've probably said this about other quilts before but, honestly, this one might just have to stay my favorite! Glad to see you out enjoying the sun have a lot of fun with your art quilters!
Beth

Mystic Quilter said...

So good to watch your progress with this beautiful quilt, I just love your colours.

Charlotta said...

Awesomeness! I think using the red and blue fabrics which read as solids way over to the left is very gutsy and looks great and a bit modern!

Tammy Hutchinson said...

This is looking great! I especially like the balance/spacing of the blues.

Anonymous said...

Do you roll up your design wall when you take it down? Or, do you have to reassemble the whole thing? I have never done anything this elaborate, but I know how hard it is to get it all back the way it was. Even with a photo I can hardly do it exactly right. Good luck. This is so beautiful.