Thursday, June 4, 2009

Quilt Along Progress Report

I am still participating in Crazy Mom's Nine Patch Quilt Along. For me, however, this seems to be the project I am working on in between finishing one quilt, and starting the next.


Twenty eight blocks completed, and here they are all laid out on some white linen blend fabric that I will be using as sashing in between the blocks. Almost all blocks are made from Amy Butler fabrics.

It is progressing nicely.

35 comments:

  1. This looks great with the white squares in the center, and laid out on the white background fabric. Love all those AB fabrics too. So clean and fresh looking!

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  2. Yes, progressing very nicely indeed.
    Why am I not surprised?
    Andi :-)

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  3. That's just beautiful. The center white square, together with the sashing, just pulls it all together.

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  4. I love the white center! Such great fabrics too! Someday I'll get to the 9-patch...way down on my list...

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  5. I think that this is going to be my favorite quilt made by you!

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  6. too beautiful...you would never know you had troubles using these colours, they look great!

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  7. Yes, your're right on! This is progressing nicely - very ispiring!

    izazbz at yahoo dot com

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  8. Very pretty. Are you using the same fabric for the centre blocks as the sashings?

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  9. It is absolutely gorgeous! The white centers are so great and the fabrics just pop!

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  10. Love these 9 patches & with the white it really makes them stand out...can't wait to see the whole top together...
    Thanks for the Inspiration..
    cheers

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  11. I love the fabric. It's going to be a gorgeous quilt!

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  12. Fantastic as usual.
    I love how you have made blue toned and pink toned blocks.

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  13. I love how you 9 patch blocks are coming along. This is going to be one specail quilt. The colours just seem to all 'sing' together. Gorgeous.

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  14. I love all the bright colors that you use.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  15. these blocks are beautiful. I love your spin on the traditional 9 patch. I seem to be catching up on this one too. I hope to devote some time to it soon.

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  16. I just love them! At first I thought they were already sashed. They look great with that fabric. You are just cooking on these blocks!

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  17. Pretty! I love the white centers.

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  18. this looks BEAUTIFUL!!!! I just LOVE it!! LOVE THE COLORS!!! You so inspire me!!! Thank you!!

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  19. Your stuff is so amazing! I'm starting to save up my money now so I can buy a quilt from your shop!

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  20. Oh my gosh, this is going to be fantastic!! I love the white centers, what a fun twist on the nine patch.

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  21. I adore the way you are doing your 9 patches!

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  22. Look at what all you accomplish, your 9 patch is really going to be cute and the brick on turned out great. I'm behind on the quilt along, but hope to catch up this weekend.
    You inspire us alot...
    Keep Stitchen'
    Bonnie

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  23. Beautiful! I see a 1974 dot block!! Yummm

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  24. very cute! i love the spin you put on the 9-patch. why didn't i think of that...

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  25. Beautiful, I love the colour choices :)

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  26. Wow! I love your blocks. It's so fun to see how everyone's blocks are turning out!

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  27. Wow! Love the white centers (I'm playing with a nine patch with white centers at the moment, too) and really love how you alternated colors. This is just beautiful!

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  28. Can a question? I looks like you have put the blocks onto the fabric, not sewn rows in between? and did you sew 3 rows of fabric together and then cut them , or did you do each set of 3 individually?

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