Thursday, November 6, 2014

Sewing strata.......again......

I got two of the stratas sewn last night.  This is the Keiko Goke fabric from Japan.  It represents several years of her fabric line.
I always like to pin it up with the second strata slid down by one fabric so I can get an idea how it is going to look in the Trip Around the World.

20 comments:

Sewing Junkie said...

Interesting line of fabric. I'm amazed at all the different fabric you work with. Chris

Jean said...

Gorgeous fabrics! This will make an interesting quilt.

MontyBear said...

How did you determine the initial order of the fabric?

patty a. said...

Those fabrics are wonderful! This is going to make a beautiful quilt!

Quiltdivajulie said...

This one will be even more stunning . . . what a glorious group of colors and patterns in those fabrics!

I hope you are having fun with these!

Gene Black said...

Great color arrangement. This looks like the TAW will have a beautiful transition of color.

Chris said...

I love all of those fabrics? Why are they not in my stash? :)

Brenda said...

can you cut me a little piece of each, lol?

Karen said...

Gorgeous fabric, I've never seen that line.

Sewing Up A Storm said...

I really like those fabrics and the colors look wonderful. That is going to be a very nice TATW!

Kristin said...

You are such a genius with color and pattern! Can't wait to see the finished quilt.

Carol said...

What beautiful juxtaposition of colors and prints . I love it.

Pat Converse said...

You have the most wonderful fabrics in your collection! Where do you find them all?

Kevin the Quilter said...

Another stunner on the horizon!

SueR said...

Are those strips cut WOF?

Muddling Through said...

Gorgeous fabric! That is going to another beauty.

JJM said...

This one is going to be fun to watch grow.

Just heard on the weather news the midwest should expect a cold front to hit in a day or so. East of the Rockies... I am sure you just feel like you got over last years winter weather.

JJM

Mystic Quilter said...

These fabrics are so interesting, a great collection.

Hedy Hahn said...

This fabric is even more beautiful than the African fabric. Our stores do not carry this type of fabric at all. It's just stunning.

Charlotta said...

Obviously, I'm a bit behind in reading blogs here - sorry. I love this fabric and it's fun to get a chance to see it up close. So what you're going for in the TAW is just a series of fabrics, which play well together, and give you a progression from dark to light and then back to dark again. Is that correct?