Monday, June 13, 2011

Instant Gratification

QAYG Log Cabin 2011 by MariQuilts
QAYG Log Cabin 2011, a photo by MariQuilts on Flickr.
There is definitely some instant gratification going on around here, as this quilt keeps growing.......

QAYG Log Cabin 2011 by MariQuilts
QAYG Log Cabin 2011, a photo by MariQuilts on Flickr.

and growing some more.

I might just finish this quilt before starting something else. I might actually practice project monogamy as suggested by Chawne.  We'll see what happens....if I do it'll probably be a one time thing.

  I can't link up like I usually do....still no computer.....but check out her blog, great post today. My computer is here and it's all linked now.

Also....I messed up with all my linking but this post is now linked to




 For July 1st at Lily's Quilts

24 comments:

  1. it just keeps getting better and better!

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  2. Just came across your blog, and that quilt is fantastic....I love the QAYG idea...and it looks like a great way to bust some of that stash...I have my thinking cap on now! Not sure about project monogamy...a bit variety adds some spice ;)

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  3. That QAYG quilt is stunning. Are your seams thick where you join it up? The colours and whole look of the quilt is gorgeous.

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  4. Why do I want to jump up and make a copy of every quilt that you design? I am so addicted to your style. This latest quilt makes me smile :>) every time I check in to see what you've done next. Just when I think it couldn't be any more perfect, there you go again, making perfection more perfect.

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  5. I think you have me convinced to work with some solid colors. I love this piece!!

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  6. Ingenious use of the Kaffe stripes! It does just keep getting better. So inspiring -- I keep trying to imagine your method for joining these borders & look forward to learning how, so maybe I can make bigger pieces again. Just can't face wrestling with large projects under my small traditional machine anymore...

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  7. The colors look so good together ~ ♡ it!
    I'll be leaving soon for 2 weeks, and I'm taking my computer with me so I can see what you are working on.
    When I get back I'm going to give this a try ☺
    Aloha!

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  8. OMG! I had the scale of this piece totally wrong. I love the impact this has, especially now I can see how large it is. It's gorgeous Marianne. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  9. I think I can safely say that this quilt is the most beautiful quilt I've seen. I've liked other quilts, can admire the fancy stitching on some, love the pattern on others etc, but this quilt really gets to my heart. I hope you will show us how you add your borders 'cause you have to know we all want to make our own version!

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  10. This is a GORGEOUS Quilt! Well done!

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  11. Very nice Marianne!! I also thought this quilt was smaller. The colors are so vibrant and of course your living area is nice too!!

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  12. gah. i am swooning over this.

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  13. I am planning to pass this method along....still waiting for my computer to arrive, in order to put together a full tutorial

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  14. This is wonderful! The design is great and I look forward to your tutorial. But it is your colour and fabric choices that make this so wonderful, your colour talent is exceptional!

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  15. Just love what you are doing with this quilt. I've never been able to quite get me head around the QASG technique but your tutorial maade it so easy to understand that I'll be giving it a go. Thanks for the inspiration - I'll be checking back on progress regularly! Warm greetings from New Zealand.

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  16. Thanks Philippa...I'd love to see what you come up with.

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  17. All I can say is WOW! I find your qults very inspiring, your colors are lovely!

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  18. Your skill with colour always blow me away - off to see what Chawne's up to.

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  19. simply amazing ... you've got a fabulous eye and I love the concept of a 'growing quilt'!

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  20. love the organic way it grows and the colours are so vibrant they sing!

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Marianne

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