Monday, November 03, 2014

Design Wall Monday

On my design wall today is the Marcus Sew Along quilt top. I was pleased with how well the rows went together. I used a black print with directional hearts for the setting triangles and now I am auditioning fabrics for another border or two.

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24 comments:

  1. That came out great! I knew you would make it work for you.

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  2. Looking good so far, Kathy! I'm sure there must be some fabric somewhere in your stash that will work for borders...

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  3. Wow! Looks awesome! Looking forward to what is next!

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  4. The black in the setting blocks set off the brighter main blocks so well. Good choice.

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  5. Gosh, I really like the fabric you chose for your setting blocks...I like the whole quilt a LOT!!

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  6. Loving the brown triangles! They really do set off the colourful blocks!

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  7. Great quilt! Love your center blocks. The colors just pop with your setting triangles.

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  8. I really like how this came out. You did a great job picking out the border.

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  9. Wonderful setting...you put together the perfect fabrics!

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  10. Gosh, I love this quilt, Kathy! Great use of neutrals and brights. I am always looking for good ways to set sampler quilts -- this is another one for my list!

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  11. It's fabulous! Congrats on a great setting!

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  12. This really turned out nice. I am getting ready to put on my last border today. Great job!

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  13. This is so beautiful! Great choice for the setting triangles!

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  14. YEA! I like the dark setting triangles. So...do you Love it now?

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  15. Looks great with the alternate blocks - really makes the whole quilt come together!

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  16. And you worried that some of the blocks wouldn't work. But as always you came up with a good solution.

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  17. looks great some lovely fabric you have used. Seem to remember I was going to have a go at the blocks but have missed them somehow

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  18. I love this! I'm pulling mine out today to get it ready to work on at retreat. No sense letting it age any longer. :)

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  19. The setting triangles are perfect. Looking forward to seeing what you pick out for the borders.

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