Saturday, 28 February 2015

Friday Flimsy part II

Since I had some technical problems yesterday with my post, this morning, armed with a strong cup of java, I will try again!

At one point, last night, this picture did upload (in a gigantic size!).

I played a lot with the layouts of these blocks; from rainbow-ish settings

to random

to furrow

to ...
to ...

to ...

Swirled! 

This picture I took late last night on the back deck but it was getting too dark. 

Do you see the swirls? 

This morning, I will press it real good and start to cut some borders for this one. I am thinking of a pieced border with a light neutral inner border. I still have plenty of time to think about this as I have a lot of ironing to do. 

Also have to think about a name because it doesn't want to be known as the "No Name Antique block from Sue Garman's blog". LOL!

Hope you enjoy whatever you are doing. 

Until next time ...  

;^)


10 comments:

  1. Yes I can see the swirl! It's very faint, gradual and mesmerizing...Hypnotic! I couldn't stop looking...LOL! Oh just love the quilt that's why I couldn't stop looking.

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  2. I don't know what it is about this but I really like it! Guess I have to put this on my todo list. L

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  3. Oui j'entrevois le tourbillon !! C'est trop beau......tu es confrontée au même problème que moi : la bordure....Bonne continuation ce weekend !
    Et au fait, la photo est toujours aussi gigantesque dans le post précédent mais ainsi, je peux voir de plus près ton super travail! ;)
    C'est cool !!

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  4. Love your swirls!! Such a gorgeous quilt!!

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  5. Love the swirls! Excellent choice! I can't wait to see it with the borders!

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  6. Hello Chantal! Glad you have your technical problems sorted out. I really enjoyed seeing more pictures of this truly beautiful quilt! :) xx

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  7. A cool quilt! I like seeing all the different arrangements, and I think I prefer the ones where the colors pool together. Might be an interesting block to do for a Rainbow Scrap Challenge.

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  8. Beautiful and creative. Warm greetings et bonjour de Montreal, Canada. :) Je suis anglaise mais je parle francais. :)

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  9. You've had lots of playing with this gorgeous quilt. I love the swirls!

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  10. looks great... so many ways of doing it...
    Hugz

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