Saturday, April 23, 2011

Blue

Sick of this one yet?


 I have to say this round is my favourite so far, that blue is simply gorgeous!


Four more rounds to go til I start squaring up this circular quilt. Green again next.


For anyone visiting my blog and not a regular reader, you can see how this quilt is done here.

Have a wonderful Easter. xo

36 comments:

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

No, not sick of it at all Cathy! It's gorgeous! Happy Easter.

In Awe of Applique said...

What's not to love about it? Kaffe, Amy? It's beautiful of course, looks like something I might want to tackle...now to find the book...or even more challenging, try and figure it out for myself!!!

MareeR said...

Its stunning - looks so effective.

pamina said...

Great progress, Cathy!

Marls said...

Gorgeous,gorgeous. How could we be sick of following the progress? Happy Easter Cathy.

Amy said...

Gorgeous! the patience you must have.

mieke said...

This will make another wonderful quilt, Cathy!
I love your fabric choice, wasn't able to find this kind of fabrics ( except for Kaffe of course, he's everywhere!) untill this week: I visited with a friend in Antwerp, and there is that fabulous shop: "Julija's", where they have a selection of the most wonderful fabrics...you can see a picture of the shop on my blog. Wishing you a wonderful Easter too! M

Janet said...

Well I'm not sick of it, keep showing us progress, it'll spur you on hopefully. Your colours are working so wonderfully.

Victoria Paige @ Boutique Uniquely said...

That is so beautiful. Very detailed. I can tell you're working hard.

Stephanie said...

Beautiful blue! It'll be exciting when you stop the rounds and square it up but I love watching the progress.

Jan said...

Oh that just gets more lovely Kathy, hope you keep us updated, it does inspire me and enables me to dream up my own ideas too.
I love that AB Sould Blossoms and have made a quilt using it myself.

Maree: said...

Oh NO I Love it..looking Fabulous
Pity to square it up I like the Points...
Happy Easter.

Michele said...

Sure is beautiful!

Crispy said...

Nope not sick of it at all. I'm lovin' the blue round, it really brightened up the whole quilt (not that it was so dull in the first place, just added an extra spark LOL).

Crispy

Jackie said...

Love this round! This is going to be another gorgeous quilt! GO, GO, GO!

Andi said...

So gorgeous!!!!

West Michigan Quilter said...

I love watching this beautiful quilt grow. I agree, the blue is beautiful!

YankeeQuilter said...

Looks wonderful...I'll never get tired of seeing it!

Happy Easter...

Karin said...

this is just going to be AMAZING! I am going to have to put this on my to-do list!

Nyla said...

No!! I am not sick of seeing this one. I love seeing it each step of the way. I might have to make this one at some point. Did you plan your colors before you started or are you choosing as you go? I just love it!

Karen said...

I'm not quite sure what is so captivating about this quilt. It really makes me want to do one, but I dont' know.... It is really gorgeous. Can't wait for this finish.

Dawn said...

Stunning! Seeing it step by step is fascinating as it 'grows'
Thank you for sharing!

Kelly said...

Oh, this is amazing!

Anna said...

I bow before you extroidinary gift! You inspire me!

imquilternity said...

Happy Easter yourself! I'm loving your quilt as it comes together. I've added this one to my ever-expanding to-do list, but I like the idea of the hand piecing. Beautiful colors and fabrics you've chosen.

Leila said...

I might have to make one of those once I am done with my GMFG. It is beautiful!

Amy said...

Are you kidding?! It is beautiful!

Brenda said...

I won't tire of seeing its progress. AS many others have said stunning

Amanda said...

Looks fantastic, I have started one using french general prints just to make it different. But I love yours heaps more so I think i will be doing my next one multi coloured like yours. Love it. I am using busy fingers templates and glue basting the pieces which makes that bit of it really quick, don't know if that would work with the handmade papers though

Rachel said...

It's looking stunning

Nifty Quilts said...

This is going to be one gorgeous quilt! I love how those red squares add pop.

Kim D. said...

This is a gorgeous quilt, I love it! This looks like it would make a great table cloth for a round table. Thanks for the link, I've been working on a GFG for what seems like forever. After it's finished this might be a fun one to make.

Ann Champion said...

Your quilt top just keeps getting better and better! I LOVE the fabrics/colors you're using. :)

Ruth said...

That looks amazing! The fabrics just look so 'sunny' together!

Megan O said...

stumbled across your blog, I LOVE THIS. This is one of the most beautiful uses of diamonds I've ever seen. Thankyou for making my night :)

CrafterBerly said...

This is incredible! Thanks for sharing the photos.