Sunday, 25 August 2019

another colour explosion!





A few progress photos first . . .






And here's my completed 'bohemian on point' quilt top. I've used a scrappy selection of both Anna Maria Horner and Outback Wife fabrics, and repeated a few fabrics too. Some blocks merge, some are busy, others not so, and some blow hot & cold, while others are a definite light/dark combo.

I had some self doubt moments about halfway through, but then a few sweet quilty friends gave me some +ve feedback {thank you} and I continued to the end. My finished top measures approx. 54" x 68", without borders.

It's an explosion of colour that's for sure . . .











. . .  but it does make me smile!
More pics over here on my instagram feed.

Linking up this weekend for another 'peacock party' over at Wendys
and over here at alyciaquilts for 'finished {or not} Friday'


12 comments:

  1. This quilt is remarkable, I love every single thing about it. I tried to pin it and put it on my Pinterest account but it wouldn't work. You are amazingly creative I love love love love love love love love love love love love love love this quilt. Thank you for sharing.
    Connie

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  2. I have been out of the loop for a while and just catching up on what you have been stitching. The colour and fabrics in this top are gorgeous. You always find lovely ways to combine colour and patterns.

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  3. It's amazing! Love the Bohemian feel. Looking forward to seeing how you quilt it up.

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  4. Just wonderful Linda! I'm so pleased you persevered because the feel and look you were after was definitely achieved!

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  5. Your quilt looks absolutely amazing! Your bright and bold colours and prints are stunning.

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  6. I hope you'll take it to show Anna Maria Horner when she comes to NZ. She will love it. Thank you for linking up to the Peacock Party.

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  7. You've done such a good job mixing these large prints. Very exciting.

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  8. You are so good in mixing and matching fabrics. I might have said this before... ;-)

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  9. Absolutely love the way you mixed all the large floral prints. Fabulous job!

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  10. Wonderful mix of fabrics Linda - the lovely blue of the bedside light shade is perfect with the quilt!!

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