Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Blocks 11 & 12.....And That's It!!

Here are blocks 11 and 12, of the Oakshott Project and to borrow one my little granddaughter's favourite sayings, for the moment....and that's it. She loves it use it when she wants another turn of anything. "One more time" she'll say "and that's it!"...knowing full well she'll probably get a few more. It's those dimples and big blue eyes that will do it every time. 



Seriously for this set of blocks....that's it!
Now to join them all together. 

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19 comments:

  1. as always, you do amazing work! i totally will steal this quilt if i ever get to see it in person.

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  2. It's a good thing you got that colourbox! These blocks are fantastic, I can't wait to see them all joined together.

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  3. Love the smaller circles that you added. It’s looking so good!

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  4. Heart be still.

    This turned out even better than I anticipated - and I loved it from the very first block!

    It offers so much variety to look at, yet a consistency and line that unifies.

    Can hardly wait to see it joined together will you be using stripes?

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  5. WOW, oh WOW, oh WOW! I love your quilts and this is no exception!

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  6. It is POSITIVELY GORGEOUS!!! I especially love the palette and the balance you achieved between the curves and the straight lines. I also love the graphic quality of it. Awesome!

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  7. I am relatively new to your blog, and blogging in general. seeing this quilt laid out made me want to check out your quilt gallery. It is jaw dropping fabulous!

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  8. This is the best, and the fact that you did it in shot cotton makes it even better! You continue to inspire!

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  9. This is so amazing! Once again you have make an incredible quilt!!
    I would love a little tut on how you did the applique --- please please please!
    Enjoy your Day!

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  10. So vibrant, such movement. I love the lines, colors and shapes!! ...and that's it! (sweet story) :)

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  11. Absolutely gorgeous! Out of curiousity how large are each of the blocks?

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    1. Thanks Linda, the blocks are 17 inches.

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  12. Your granddaughter must be two! That is exactly what my 2 year old granddaughter says, but over and over again. I love the way your quilt turned out!

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  13. what color strips are you using to join the squares? love it. great colors and especially like that each block is unique.

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  14. Wow. Your blocks are so gorgeous, individually and collectively! This is going to be a stunning modern quilt. I could just sit here and look at it all day!

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  15. AWESOME, simply awesome
    This is going to be one fantastic quilt - love it

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  16. As always, simply beautiful work! And your granddaughter sounds like a real cutie-pie... I adore her little saying!

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