Friday, June 28, 2013

Just a few more Aura Pics....I coudn't stop

I must say, the migraine I had before starting this project was well worth it. I'm so excited by these angles, especially now that I've joined one row and squared it up.

 I laid it on the table to give you a bit of an idea of the scale of this piece so far......It would make a pretty cool table runner, if I don't say so my self. 
 
 
 
 
 
There will definitely be more "Aura Action" in my studio!!

44 comments:

  1. I'm so glad you took more pictures. I loved this before and I still love it!!

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  2. A very nice table runner indeed!

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  3. When I first saw the picture, I thought what a great table runner, this is going to be a marvelous quilt. Love the quilting detail.

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  4. Stunning work!! I love your eye for color!

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  5. I vote for table runner. I would put it on my table any day. It's beautiful and inspiring.

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  6. I'm loving the angular look of this one! Can't wait to see it finished!

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  7. Wonderful colours, and it does look fantastic on your table!

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  8. I am so jealous! That is so beautiful!

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  9. oh this is really lovely - I like it SOOO much!

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  10. It is beautiful and would make a fabulous table topper.

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  11. Absolutely Stunning! I've enjoyed watching this develop. Glad you took all the pictures along the way.

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  12. I am totally fascinated by your technique . This looks fabulous .

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  13. Wow,it`s simply beautiful and looks pretty nice on your table!

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  14. WOW!!! That is gorgeous!! Experiment away (NO migraine's, though!!).

    BTW...I posted some QAYG quilts using your method on Flickr in your group. Hope you like them.

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    1. Thanks....I'll be sure to check it out.

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  15. Love this one! I've tried your technique, Marianne. I think because you are so good at it, it looks "easy". I find the more I try, plan etc. the less successful I am. Seems having a glass of wine before beginning may help break down my inhibition and deliberative style :)

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  16. Amazing as always - so much fun to watch your work develop.

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  17. Hi!!!! Love it!!!! It is very vibrant and very pretty!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!

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  18. Love the angles and it does look perfect as a table runner.

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  19. This piece is just so gorgeous….

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  20. I just love everything you make.

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  21. This is gorgeous. I came over from the quilted table where she talked about this. Love the colors and angles and quilting.

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  22. Wow! Pretty cool indeed. I followed this journey from the first post and it is fascinating how it turned out.

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  23. Beautiful, the colours match the colours of the flowers!

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  24. Love this!!! The textures and colors are FABULOUS!!!!

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  25. I love these angles. I'd really like to have a table runner like this one.

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  26. Love this so much! The colors, the angles, the black and little peeks of b&w -- perfect!

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  27. Absolutely stunning. I love the proportions - can you share the dimensions?

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