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Monday, November 30, 2015

You could even say, "It glows!"

Looks like I've been missing since before I went to Houston! Whoops.
When I got back I decided to finish one of my class projects, Mediterranean Hexagons taught by Kaffe Fassett and Liza Prior Lucy, so it wouldn't become another UFO. I have no idea why it took 3 weeks to finish the top but it did.  

I like these fabrics because of their saturated color and, of course, I like most reds and pinks! However, this much of them in one quilt is a little out of my comfort zone. If the top is a little out of my comfort zone, the backing - Brandon's Brocade - is way, way out of it! Showing the top to you now because I don't know when it will be quilted.

Its been difficult to motivate myself to work on my traditional projects again but after I finish a minky quilt (why does this scare me?), its back to my Love Entwined quilt.

Until next time, Mayleen

7 comments:

  1. Your quilt is beautiful! I am a fan of Kaffe fabrics for sure!! that would be fun to make!

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  2. Wow! Such a beautiful quilt! Love how rich this one is. It looks like a quilt guaranteed to radiate feel good vibes when snuggling under.:)

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  3. Great colours - great quilt! Have fun with your other projects too!

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  4. Your quilt is beautiful - really bright and eye catching.

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  5. 3 weeks to finish the top sounds pretty darn quick to me.
    I see you are from Kansas? I am in Hutchinson.

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  6. This is a real departure for you but it's stunning! Congrats on your finish.

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