Thursday, March 5, 2009

As promised

So, what do you think?

From Quilty stuff


Due to the angle at which I had to hold the camera and having to use a flash, some of the colors are not true but you get the idea. I have started the 3rd braid so I have a long way to go. (There are a total of 6 braids.) This may be a good project to finish on retreat except that I am excited about it and when I feel this way I usually get 'er done! As I now view it I can see that I need to be really careful about which strip I pick up to attach to the braid as it relates to the balance of colors. Fortunately at this point I can still move them around but once I have a few more made it will be tricky.

Back to Jenny!

12 comments:

  1. Yummy! Your strips look wonderful. I love all the colors. I can't wait to see this one finished!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Michelle

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  2. oooo, I really love it...and those colors are lovely of course...this really started my day off well.

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  3. Oh! It is lovely! I just love those fabrics! I have that pattern printed off from Bonnie's website! I plan on doing it someday.....
    Kristie

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  4. Suzan, that quilt is going to be beautiful!!! Where is it going in your "little nest"? Does the pattern have a name?

    Sandee in Wis

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  5. You realy can't tell from the photo but how long are the strips. Will it be a bed-sized quilt or a lap warmer? Great job. I am looking forward to seeing the end result.

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  6. Lovely - but I really like your helper... Those braids are so much fun for borders.

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  7. That is really cool!! Now did you do that with strips or charm packs? I'm too lazy to go back and look so just ignore my ass!!

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  8. I'm loving your braid quilt, and the fabrics are so pretty!

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  9. I love braid quilts. It looks great.

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  10. Love the blend of fabrics and colors. Wonderful.

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  11. Gorgeous fabrics in your braid. Also love your little quilt inspector!

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