Monday, April 22, 2013

Ripple Effect II ......Finished!!

I just couldn't resist a few quick shots before throwing Ripple Effect II, in the wash. I wanted to get it finished before heading off, to the West Coast. 

I'm hoping to write the tutorial next week.




43 comments:

  1. Love it! I feel like every time you show it a change has been made. Either that or my eye is drawn somewhere different every time. Another one in the win column for you!

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  2. This is so beautiful and interesting!! The movement in it is really intriguing! Enjoy your trip!

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  3. Gorgeous finish! I just love all that color, and the quilting is amazing.

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  4. Stunning! I'm looking forward to the tutorial. This quilt is amazing.

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  5. The beauty of this just makes me sigh with pleasure. Really happy that a tutorial is in the works.

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  6. It is wonderful, I love the design and the colours!

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  7. Fabulous balance, wonderful composition. It's a beauty1

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  8. A finish! Yay. Can't wait for the tutorial. I've been playing with random curves lately and I've totally wanted to do a QAYG.
    Oh and I think this is a beauty.

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  9. Your rate of finishes is astonishing. This is quite lovely.

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  10. I am really going to have to invest some time into learning your technique! I just love all of your quilts!

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  11. Love it! Have my fabrics ready for the tutorial ~ so excited to try this :)

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  12. Such an awesome quilt! I'd love to make one, looking forward to a tutorial!

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  13. Fantastic and I love your picture setting! Really love it!

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  14. Oh my...mouth watering stuff! Just as others have mentioned, I will be salivating while waiting for the tutorial. At least it will help break the drought...

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  15. Marianne I love it! The colors, the movement, the shapes and oh la la the quilting! I like the last photo on the driveway? Patio? Anyhow that stone looks great.

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  16. Gosh its gorgeous!!!!!! Can't wait for the tute,pleeeease don't forget lol! Amie :-)

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  17. You've done it again - another stunning quilt!

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  18. Looking forward to the tutorial. I'll be setting aside time to try this out!

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  19. Lovely quilt! I am so glad you will be posting a tutorial as I was curious as to how you made this beauty.

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  20. Turned out fantastic. I like how you finished up with the narrow border and pieced binding. Look forward to the tutorial.

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  21. This quilt makes me smile!!! How big is it?? You finished it perfectly (as usual).

    Can't wait for the tutorial :) I'm anxious to see what's next.

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  22. Really looking forward to your tutorial for it, its fabulous!

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  23. Your quilt is so awesome and stunning. Thanks for sharing

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  24. This is awesome! Love those circles....Julierose

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  25. Beautiful...love it! Eager to see the tut.

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  26. Love love love this! Every time I look at it, I see more and love it more. Can't wait to see the tutorial.

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  27. Your quilt is gorgeous. can't wait for the tutorial. i also want to ask if the machine, that you got at Quilt Con, is the Janome 8900. I have an appointment on Friday to go test drive one and I would like to know your thoughts on it. I have always been a Babylock user and currently have the Serenade, which has a 9 inch harp. But the 8900 is calling my name. Can you tell me what I should be focused on looking at since I am only going to be using this for quilting. Thanks

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  28. I cannot wait for the tutorial! This looks like Gee's Bend on acid!

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