Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Vertical rows sewn

First of all I want to thank Denise for telling us how the opossums communicate with each other. I figured the little one had to be making a noise that the mom could hear once she came to the tree where he was.

Last night I sewed together the vertical rows of the Cobblestones 3 quilt. Now I have to add pieces on the ends of the short rows or trim the long ones to get them all the same length. At this time I also will make sure I don't want to change any of the blocks before I sew the rows together.
I stole a few blocks from this one for my other project which I am still making blocks for. Now I need to get one of these quilted so I know how I am going to finish them.

15 comments:

dagmar.eu said...

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog and for the hint about the e-mail (have updated it), as well the half elastic drawstring. Love your cobblestones, we have a lot of streets here with cobbles and the colours are fantastic when it's been raining and the sun comes out. You have managed to capture that so well. Looking forward to see your choice of quilting.

Marty Mason said...

Your work is the greatest....and your stories are too. This tells me you have much joy in your life.

Carmen Rose said...

I love what you do with light in your work!

Unknown said...

The layout looks stunning! I love how it is primarily light in the center and radiating to dark on the edges. Great look!

Elsie Montgomery said...

Another WOW quilt, Wanda. And if this were a wall quilt, you could leave the bottom uneven!

Anonymous said...

My daily visit to your blog always makes me smile. You are one of the best artist in the
'quiltworld'. Cobblestone #3 shows it.

J~MT

Gene Black said...

MMMm...this is luscious!

imquilternity said...

This is another beautiful quilt, Wanda. I love how the light emanates from the center...it has a glow about it. There's something about this particular quilt that just grabs me.

Cathi said...

Another stunning top in the making! This one is rich and warm and has enough in it to keep me busy looking for ages! Love it!!

Art4Sol said...

Wonderful!

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

I love this quilt - you are doing such a good job with color
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Jean said...

Another beautiful cobblestone quilt. I love your use of batiks, do you ever run out? They are gorgeous.

Enjoyed the oppossum story too!

Gari in AL said...

I love the irregularity of this quilt: it will be great to snuggle under.

Lynn E said...

I like the quilt just like that with the angles on the bottom.

Good Luck on my draw
Lynn

Sharon said...

Wow, I love all your Cobblestone quilts! You must have an awesome batik stash! You have a great range of color in your batiks. I'd love to go fabric shopping with you!

I love your little quiltlet in the previous post. Luscious colors!

And the opposum story is a good one! Must have been fun to see.