Can't wait to see the finished product! Great idea to cut the selvage a little wider. I'm going to have to start doing that.
i love those Amy Butler fabrics. they are the same as i used in A Brighter Life ( if you want to pop by my blog to see the story ).Can't wait to see your next step :-)
the quilt is stunning
Love the pretty selvages.
Very pretty and cheery. Lovely selvages :)
SO very beautiful! I hope to try this pattern someday.
I agree with you on the selvages! I've been wanting to make a string quilt with selvages and most of my are too narrow for standard piecing. Live and learn!
Gorgeous! Love the fabric, love the pattern, love your blog. It's the first one I hit every day..you are so insprirational.Thanks for sharing with us!
Hi Rita - Very nice! Can you share what the solids were that you selected for this collection? Thanks.
A great choice of colours there! I love selvedges they are so pretty. I always try to cut a good amount so they don't get lost. =D
Beautiful - I love the colours
I always cut into the pattern alongside the selvedge too..up to 2 inches sometimes..they make great 'hearts' and cushion covers and sew together more easily if you leave more pattern.
lovely top, I like the colors..Greetings
Love the bright happy colors in this quilt. I'm inspired!
Hello Rita ! Your work always inspires me! So wish I could stay home and play with fabric all day! The selevages ... I collect them from anyone who will give them up and mostly they only give me the very edge of the selvage! I when cutting mine allow two inches it is never missed! I try to tell others but they are not believer!! I hope you have a lovely day! Always wonderful to hear from you!!! Tammie
Love it! I have some fabrics that look like these (Kaffe Fasset fabrics). Now I want to get them out and "play". Love your blog, it always inspires me. Its a treat for my eyes!
Love those fab fabs!
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