Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Nursery Versery Quilt ~ Sneak Peek

I thought it was time to cut into my stash of Nursery Versery by Heather Ross (featured in Sunday Stash #152).  This happy stack of cute characters sat around in my workspace and never left my field of vision. It was calling out for a little action.

My favorite part ... the fabric play.  I have added numerous fabric basics from stash including: Mono Pez in Pink and Grey, Gingham in Pink and Yellow, Kaffe Fassett Polks Dots in Sprout Green and Magnolia, Ta Dot in Lime and Black, and Bella - Large Flower - by Lotta Jansdotter.


More soon.
Rita

19 comments:

  1. I too love the color palette. It looks so delicate! Can't wait to see the finish!

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  2. How do you DO that?! Take a bundle and then throw in some extras and make them look like family? You totally inspire me.

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  3. What a gorgeous bunch of fabric to work with.

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  4. I really like the black polka dot, makes it a wee bit more edgy :)

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  5. Ah! I love it! Such pretty fabric :)

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  6. love the pink gingham and the gray floral. and your piecing is gorgeous!

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  7. Great combinations! I am in awe at how amazingly accurate your seams lines are.

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  8. Loving the pinkness!!

    Look forward to next batch of photos too!

    Christine x

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  9. I always love your color choices!

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  10. How do you get your pieces to lay so perfectly flat? I love the colors :)

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  11. Such a cute range of prints! They look gorgeous together =D

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  12. Stunningly simple - I love it and I love the perfect straight line quilting - when I look at this I think there is no need for me to ever manage to learn to stipple quilt :)

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  13. My, oh my! I cannot decide if which side of this quilt I like the most! Your quilting here really is lovely. The fabrics are drool-worthy and love the happy colors.

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