I have absolutely no idea how you make those blocks but they are very cool and of course love the fabric!
They are actually REALLY easy to make...and very fun. If you've ever made wonky star blocks, that is essentially the same technique used here!
OMG who would have guessed...it simply amazes me what people come up with how creative! My wonky star quilt is not speaking to me since it got pushed to bottom of pile;-)
Ooh, these are sweet! Great fabrics too.
Oh my goodness look at the babies that were born today!!! Looks awesome:-)
Very fun blocks and fabrics. Really like how this one if turning out. Will have to keep watching it's progress!
Wendy, I have never used white setting blocks in a quilt but I just love yours so I am going to give it a try. Once again, love these blocks.
Love it. Reminds me of a kaleidoscope.
Thanks Jess - it is a bit addictive piecing...I'm enjoying watching it evolve.
Quilt455 I love white in quilts (I probably use it too much, but I love the clean feel of it). Thanks for your comment!! Juline I hadn't thought about a kaleidoscope, but now that you mention it, it does look a bit like one! I am enjoying the feeling of movement the blocks are developing. Thanks for your comment!
I love the new layout...now get sewing;-)
I agree with Juline- reminds me of a kaleidescope...and the fabrics are fabulous...you use white and prints so well- this will be a beauty.
Mymble thank you so much. I am so hooked on white in quilts...I keep thinking I should step outside my comfort zone and use another color, but I always come back to white!
Ummm...know what you mean but I think you sort of have to let your instincts run until they take you in another direction...not force it...and especially when you are coming up with such a variety of combos-each one more beautiful than the last, and I imagine white-especially Kona Snow which is so luscious, will always be a good choice:)
Thanks for the affirmation Mymble . You make a good point in that we need to trust our instincts. I think eventually we sort of find our "style" and where we are comfortable. I like to challenge myself, too. This quilt is very different than what I have ever done before...even though I am still using white LOL!
I love the way this looks with all the wonky piecing...however my linear thinking would not allow me to do something this free-form. The bright colors are great.
Thanks Janquilter - it does take some "letting go" of what we are used to doing re: piecing...but I will say, the process is fun!
These look dreamy - definitely something I want to try. I love the colors and the neutral white background fabric. The wonkiness of the piecing really gives each one a lot of dimension and movement even - loving that.