Monday, 25 April 2011

Yes sir, that's my baby

And here she is - my Doctor Seuss layer cake, comic strip quilt for today's edition of the fabulous online magazine, that is Fat Quarterly.

45 comments:

  1. I love the film strip look!!

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  2. What a lovely quilt for kids, will give whoever gets a version of it so much pleasure.

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  3. It is gorgeous....the film strip is so different; really sets it all off.

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  4. Fantastic! I love quilts that are unexpected and this oud definitely fits the bill!

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  5. Congratulations on your further success - what a super childs quilt - now a FQ or layer cake pack of Nightmare Before Christmas or Road Runner / Willi Coyote and I've have a format to keep my brother very happy

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  6. This is fabulous! What a great idea, the fabrics really come alive in this film strip design!
    Grace

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  7. Wonderful, love the film strip idea!

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  8. "Out there things can happen
    and frequently do
    to people as brainy
    and footsy as you"

    I'm not sure what 'footsy' is!

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  9. It's so gorgeous! I got my edition today and love this quilt, it's such a great use of the fun fabric.

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  10. What a great boy quilt this is Lynne, congratulations!!

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  11. I repeat - I LOVE the way you made the film strip. Maybe I just have not noticed that technique before, but it now goes into my file of things to make.

    Great job!

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  12. WOW!!! This gives me a great idea to make a quilt like this for my son with various superhero fabrics!!

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  13. Fabulous, indeed! ps...I'm almost finished with my BLG quilt-along

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  14. Whoo hoo congrats to you!! So great!

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  15. yay Lynne! It's darling! You're so good with designs that showcase prints.

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  16. Thats fantastic, Congrats Lynne!

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  17. Oh no! I am in SO much trouble now! I have been wanting Dr Suess fabrics since I first saw them. I finally got over the obsession and bought so many others rather than that. And NOW you do this!?? ugh. Obsession has restarted again now and even more considering we just found out late last week that the grandchild exptected to arrive very early in September is a boy. And then too, I've been wanting to subscribe to Fat Quarterly for a very long time so now I'm going to have to do that too.

    It's an awesome quilt! Great job.

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  18. So clever, and thanks for the intro to fat 1/4 ly...must sign up.

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  19. What a genius way to showcase big prints like this! I see some variations in my future.

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  20. Wouldn't this quilt pattern be great for showcasing vacation or family photos?

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  21. I think I just found the perfect quilt for my little fella!!

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  22. Congratulations, it's great, really shows off the fabric.

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  23. Wow, that's amazing! So striking :o)

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  24. I LOVE this! I have loads of this fabric leftover after making a play mat for my newborn. Now I know what to do with the rest of it! Awesome.

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  25. Fabulous! But we wouldn't expect anything less of you Lynne! You go girl!

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  26. I LOVE it! I love the Dr. Suess fabrics and your quilt is fabulous!!!

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  27. Wow, that's really great!
    Looks fantastic!

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  28. That is so cool! Great idea to piece 'film strips'!

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  29. Ooh, so cool to be in Fat Quarterly! And that quilt is fabulous. I have all the fat quarters and have been wondering how to show them off to their optimum benefit. So thanks for answering THAT question!

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  30. All right Ms Lynne, you're ready for your closeup!! Fabulicious!!

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  31. You are so way cool Lynne ...

    This quilt is genius.

    It is so infinitely adaptable ... so great for photos and graphic blocks too ... you got em all covered.

    As I said. Genius.

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  32. Congrats Lynne, it is a stunner! xo

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  33. This Is beyond awesome!! I'm going to have to buy this ezine I think as my daughter would kill for this quilt! Especially with those fabulous fabrics!

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  34. That is fantastic. I have also made a cat in the hat quilt which my daughter loves. I might have to make another one now.

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  35. Saw this pinned ...sweetie this is amazing

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