Thursday, 8 May 2014

WIP Thursday

Running late for WIP Wednesday - hotel wifi is not always reliable...

I see fire quilt in progress 

I've had a stack of fabrics running from lightest peach through brightest red and on to plummy purple pulled for ages.  I didn't have a pattern in mind, but then I decided to take the opportunity offered by the need to make a quilt for my local guild's Dresden plate challenge.

I see fire quilt in progress 

Getting this colour wash effect was surprising difficult and involved a lot of rearranging!

I see fire quilt in progress

Now I'm working on hundreds of tiny dresden blades.  This quilt is a bit of a moving feast so I'm keeping the final plan under wraps for now.

It's still Wednesday somewhere, so I'm linking up with Lee at Freshly Pieced:

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

By the way, I've drawn the winner for my Sew Me a Song giveaway, and it was comment number 63. I've been in touch with the winner Ella already!  Thank you so much to everyone who entered.

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9 comments:

  1. You've done a great job of arranging those colours across the colour palette you've chosen! Very pretty!

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  2. That color stack is gorgeous! I can't wait to see what Dresdeny goodness comes about!

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  3. Absolutely love those colors! Beautiful!

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  4. Pretty! I love gradients. Good luck with all those little dresden blades.

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  5. Looks amazing...and like a lot of work! Can't wait to see more!

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  6. Love, love, love the peach to purple quilt! Amazing!

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  7. So cant wait to see this one all done! It's going to look ah-mazing!

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  8. Oh this looks fun! PS I hope Ivy is doing better?

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  9. It may have been difficult,but it was well worth it, it's beautiful!

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