I think I am ready for some monochrome. These two are small lap top or wall hangings. I’m considering borders, maybe piano keys or similar. The left one, Prism pattern by Nancy Rink, uses Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry fabric line “Gradations”. To the right, Star an “improv pattern” by me, uses the same fabrics from the postcard quilt, with the addition of Kona Ash. Please excuse my lawn, its in a resting phase.
I started a new quilt using some older Riley Blake layer cakes I had in stash. Its coming together quickly, the pattern is called Reveille, by Carrie Nelson. The blocks are large, 17″, and it doesn’t want to stay up on the design wall. Will finish it up and get a picture of it this weekend.
In other news, I’ve been working on quilting El Camino. I really need the ruler base for the machine. Its on order, has been for about a month. I’m gonna call and nag, I mean ask, if its in yet. I did pebble one whole border yesterday.
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4 thoughts on “Two Tops in Technicolor”
Such bright and beautiful quilt tops. Love all the color.
Love your Star improv pattern! Great use of Postcard leftovers. I’ve got a pile of them, too.
Both of these quilts are such a beautiful way to use the Gradation fabrics! Kona Ash makes the perfect background for your improv star! I love the way the dappled sunlight makes them shimmer even more! Whoop whoop for you!
They look great! I love the color too.
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