Saturday, January 30, 2010

The latest

This is my latest quilting project...I bet some of you can tell what it is! Hint...I'm not doing it quite the same as the rest (of course)...

25 comments:

Lisa said...

Oh I've been drooling over those! I am too chicken to try one of my own.

I LOVELOVELOVE your fabric choices.

wishes, true and kind said...

Looks like a great start. I'll be interested in seeing your variation.I was going to make one, but just couldn't get started because of other projects, so now....

jillybee said...

I totally agree with Lisa, I'm too chicken to start. But the ones I have seen are beautiful. Certainly a future heirloom quilt.

Blessings,
Jilly

Nedra said...

Looks like you are getting ready to do a Joseph's Coat, and I see some beautiful Kaffe's.

Kelly said...

Ohh I know what your doing! I'm not brave enough either! It seems to take me 3 or 4 times as long as most people to produce a quilt, could you imagine how long one of those would take me eek!

Robin said...

Oh, my! That is going to be gorgeous!!! I can't wait to see what approach you take. :)

Brenda said...

HMMM...not sure what that is. Looks kind of funky though... sea dollars of some sort???? C'mon...tell us what you're making, you know you want to... give it up....I might need to make one too, LOL!=)

busy lizzie said...

Um not being a quilter (as you know) I dont know what its going to be, but I love the colours, and you will make a fabulous job of it, because thats what you do!! :0)

Strlady said...

I feel better that I'm not the only one w/o a clue. LOL! The fabrics look gorgeous.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Show us more! Your very own version of Joseph's Coat huh?

Joanne said...

Am new to blogging and on a journey to renew the quilter I used to be. Your blog is very inspiring and I LOVE your color/fabric choices. That particular quilt is so very challenging. Kudos to you!

Mooseheavy said...

I'm interested in seeing how you put it together because I'm not a fan of the normal way either! LOVE your colors!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

The fabrics are beautiful but this looks hard!

Janet said...

Hooray for you. I'll look forward to seeing your variation.

upstateLisa said...

Hi Joanna, i started this project too but alas... that is where it is.... started! love your fabrics!

Amy Seven-Stitches said...

I can't guess, but I certainly love the fabrics.

PatchCreationen said...

Greetings from Bavaria, Germany !
Your fabrics are great ! What are you doing with them ?

Carola

Jen aka Quiltah said...

your fabrics are beautiful

Sew Many Ways... said...

Oh my gosh that fabric is the best...can't wait to see more.
Have a great rest of the weekend,
~Karen~

Rene' said...

I'm not sure what you are making, but I love the fabrics. Can't wait to see more.

Pat said...

Your work is beautiful!

John'aLee said...

I can't wait to see the finished quilt!
I love your blog. I am new to this thing called Blog Land, and am lovin' every minute of it.
Keep up the beautiful work!

Jenny said...

Why oh why oh why do I read these kinds of posts. They just make me drool...which makes a mess...followed by envy...which makes me blue!

Lovely fabrics...it looks like this will be a lovely appliqued quilt?

Carolyn S. said...

You have chosen beautiful fabrics. I have directions printed for the quilt along but wondered if you could share what technique you're using to turn under the edges please.

AMIT said...

Its really a nice project from you.

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