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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Nothing new..............

I went to church sewing circle yesterday afternoon and in the evening I just cleaned off tables in the basement in preparation for their move today.  I ended up with 3 tables that I want moved.

This is one of the projects that I ran across as I cleared an area near one of the tables.  I need to finish it this year.  I never made a firm decision about the borders so there it sits.  I'm planning on tackling borders on at least 4 tops in the next few weeks so this one is added to that pile. 

11 comments:

Melinda Hirsch said...


Wow--what a fascinating pattern!

Hedy Hahn said...

This pattern looks really good with the fabric choices, it's perfect. It's good to get UFOs finished.

Linda Swanekamp said...

I don't think I could look real long figuring out the borders on this one! Lots of movement going on and lots of vibrations.

Judy H said...

I second the "WOW"! Love this top.

The Reader said...

I actually love the combo border you have going on over on the left side, pinwheels around two corners, wavy stripes around the other two corners. Could be amazing that way!

I bet this is a real stunner of a quilt in person, too!

Fran said...

Love what you have going on with this b&w top (as always with anything you do).
I put Super Sliders under all the furniture in my studio so that I can move things easily when no help is available...works great, even for cases with books. I can slide everything except the floor to ceiling bookcases...on those I remove the books from the two top shelves before trying to slide them. I did this so I could do a good vacuum behind things about once a year, but also rearrange from time to time. Of course, moving things from floor to floor is another issue, but anyway have fun with the rearrange. Hope the new arrangement works perfectly for your needs. I still need to shovel out and find my surfaces after the Christmas typoon that hit 🙂

LynneP said...

Love the use of black/white in this quilt. How about a narrow border of color before you put the final black/white border? It will make the center pinwheels pop.

patty a. said...

This is just plain cool!

JJM said...

I thought I lost my color on my computer when I first looked at this black and white piece. (*._.*) It will be a fun piece to watch what you will add for your border.

JJM

Anonymous said...

Interesting start...can't wait to see what you do.

Anonymous said...

I love the wavy stripe as a border. I would try a thin inner border of a bright color or maybe black? before the outer stripe border. Love your quilts, Wanda!!!