Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Wordless Wednesday


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45 comments:

  1. WHAT!! How did you do that so fast? I can't wait to see more!

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  2. okay seriously. you must have worked through the night!

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  3. Completely intriguing! Can't wait to see what all of these pretty colors turn into!

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  4. It fits that it is on wordless wednesday because I'm speechless!!

    Gorgeous as always.

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  5. So gorgeous! The greyish purples really make the bright colours pop

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  6. Very pretty, great colors and contrast.

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  7. It looks just wonderful!! However, I am thinking that not much sleep goes on in your household??

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  8. I just love the range of solids you've used, it looks fantastic! And I love those big face on flowers, Kaffe Fassett?

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  9. Lovely ...
    Have you fallen in or out of love with purple yet?

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  10. Feeling lots of love for this project, Are they Kaffe Shot purples I spy in that quilt? Tam xo

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  11. I love how the purple kinda draws your eye into the fun crazy fabrics, without being overwhelmed by all of the colors....

    Cant wait to see more..

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  12. I love the colors! Really beautiful.

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  13. The picture says it all, Rita - gorgeous!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

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  14. i love the purple!! i can't wait to see more!

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  15. Gorgeous!! i can't believe this quilt has been produced by someone who once told me they didn't like purple!!

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  16. stunning!! you are so amazingly creative

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  17. uGGH! You're killing me. I've completely changed my style of quilting since seeing you online. You're amazing.

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  18. OK that is beautiful - what a stunning quilt!

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  19. wow how stunning, a tutorial on quick cutting, piecing and the rest would be great.......hahaha you are speedy gonzales, andrea andrea.....

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  20. Love this use of purple as a neutral! A beauty!

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  22. I want to see more!!!! Looks fantastic.

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  23. Gorgeous, as usual. What is the purple fabric? Is it Oakshott? Where can we disadvantaged quilters in the USA get some? Keep up the good work - your speedy construction and beautiful designs are always an inspiration. Best, Lysa

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  24. Hi Rita, this is spectacular. Like you, I am not really that drawn to purple but this looks wonderful.

    I'm very excited as your Amy Butler Love quilt inspired me to make "a little" purchase from Fat 1/4 shop that arrived yesterday - just love unwrapping these little deliveries from the postman.

    Hope you keep cool today somehow, bye for now, Christine

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  26. Love this!!! Can't wait for the details.

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  27. Who needs words when you are look at loveliness like this???

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  28. Considering two of my four boys count purple as their favourite colour and that I am in the midst of starting a quilt for one of them I'm going to have to hide this, for yours will put mine to shame!

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  29. Oh, my, I am loving the look of this. So purplely pretty!!!

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  30. It's going to be beautiful. It already is! And, by the way I love your scrappy pieced border quilt. Thanks for the tutorial on that. I'm going to have to make one, one of these days!

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  31. I wouldn't call the response to this Wordless. It seems everyone has many words to express how beautiful this is, including me
    ~a

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  32. I left one comment, but something went awry and it didn't show up. In case it does, please forgive.
    As I was saying. . .
    I wouldn't call this wordless with all the comments left, it seems many had words to express how beautiful this is.
    Including me
    ~a

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  33. I left one comment, but something went awry and it didn't show up. In case it does, please forgive.
    As I was saying. . .
    I wouldn't call this wordless with all the comments left, it seems many had words to express how beautiful this is.
    Including me
    ~a

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