Monday, June 06, 2011

Design Wall Monday #21

I am so excited to have finished piecing my Flynn Storm At Sea kit!
I am very happy with how it turned out and love the watery look of the batik fabrics. It measures about 15" x 18" without the border (which I haven't picked out yet). I will enjoy admiring it on my design wall while I figure out how to quilt it.
Hop on over to Judy's blog to get lots of design wall inspiration - Patchwork Times.
This is the third Flynn kit that I have pieced and I have enjoyed each one - click here and here to see the other ones. I have a 4th much more complex kit that I need to consult with the reps about how to sew the blocks. I see on their blog that they will be at the Vermont Quilt Festival in 3 weeks...I intend to lose a bundle of my hard earned cash getting more kits at their booth! Anyone else in blog land going to Vermont?!?

29 comments:

  1. Oh wait.....do you hear that.......yeah.......I do too!! It's the INSANITY that has escaped Kathy's body finally!!!!

    15x18"?!?!?! I remember uttering the insanity plea to you earlier as you were sharing the size of these tiny blocks! You simply MUST take a picture of this with a penny placed on the quilt so that the perspective can be oooh'd and aaaah'd.

    AMAZING finish.

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  2. I can see why you are so happy with it - it looks fabulous...and such tiny pieces!

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  3. Wonderful colours and so tiny pieces ! Congrats. XO

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  4. Your quilt is beautiful! That is one pattern that I still want to stitch.
    Jane in KS

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  5. OK, you talked me into it. Storm at Sea is now officially on my TO DO list.

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  6. Beautiful colors but I sure would never work on something so tiny.

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  7. I am going to Vermont. I have seen their kits before and wondered about them. I will definitely check out the booth.

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  8. that is so beautiful and I can't believe the size-I'm go blind and mad, I do believe!
    Congrats!

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  9. Wow, wow, wow! Beautiful!

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  10. Wow, those are some tiny pieces - way to go, Kathy. It's definitely beautiful.

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  11. This is gorgeous! I love the colors and the blocks!

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  12. I have always wanted to make this quilt since I started quilting many years ago. Fab and this is one quilt where I would go buy the water color batiks. A show stopper !

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  13. Love that quilt. I cannot believe that it is that small. Lots of work. Wish I could go to Vermont. I am sure that it is a lot cooler than Louisiana. I am about to cook down here.

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  14. All I can say is WOW....I can't believe the intricateness of this compared to the size. I agree, put a coin on it to show the size.

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  15. What an incredible quilt! I can't believe how little it is...great job on your piecing.

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  16. give yourself a big pat on the back! It is wonderful. Amazing work on such a tiny creation.

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  17. Amazing job Kathy!! I cannot believe the size. You definately need many years of skills to do this one. I strive for those skills to come to me! Great work!!

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  18. wow~beautiful~lots of work in this one.

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  19. Curvalicious without the curves!!

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  20. Kathy, a beautiful quilt. Having done this quilt with you years ago, I knew it would be magnificent. Have a grant time in Vermont and bring back lots of goodies for fall sewing.

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  21. Your quilt is beautiful! Very pretty batiks.

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  22. Wow! Beautiful! Congrats!

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  23. Great little quilt!!! Love, love, love the colors. Can't imagine working with those tiny pieces. Great job.

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  24. Very pretty. Love the colors.

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  25. Wow, that is miniature! It's pretty fabulous in the photo but I'm sure way more impressive in person! Congrats on a terrific piecing job. What a challenge!

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  26. Wow, that's phenomenal. I haven't gotten into tiny yet, but maybe someday. It's beautiful.

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  27. Gorgoeus!!! But seriously - 15 x 18??? you must have a lot of patience!

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  28. This is an amazing quilt, absolutely amazing. Great job all the way around, the piecing, your choice of fabrics, it's all just wonderful.

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