Monday, 11 July 2011

Amitie BOM The Circle Game

Not much to say except that the Amitie BOM is drawing to a close and that was a whole lot of piecing. Now to assemble and finish this quilt top. Thank you for all the advice and suggestions. I've decided how to finish this quilt now and next time I show it to you, the top will be finished. Then quilting, backing and binding decisions will need to be made.

25 comments:

  1. This is amazingly complex, think you'll see different things each time you look at it - look forward to seeing your border choice.

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  2. It looks great! Such a riot of textures and colours - very much a thing of beauty!

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  3. This is so so you
    I look forward to seeing what you've decided for the border

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  4. It looks really incredible Lynne :-)

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  5. Definitely a family heirloom in the backing - for sure

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  6. Durrrr - delete 'backing' and substitute for 'making' ;-)

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  7. This is incredible Lynne. Such an inspired choice of fabric. I love all the polka dots, and how it is super busy but the busyness really improves the pattern. If it were all done in solids it wouldn't be nearly as striking. My favourite blocks are numbers 3 and 12 in that arrangement. Would love to know how you did the curved spiral piecing on 12?!

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  8. Lynne,
    Absolutely stunning. Love all the colors. The quilt just dances!
    Carol

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  9. These are stunning, Lynne. *love*

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  10. It is so pretty and a lot of work!

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  11. I can't wait to see this top! So many pieces and parts to look at!

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  12. Wow, Lynne! So much work has gone into this one and it's a visual dance of color and texture. I can't wait to see how you wrap it up.

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  13. Stunning! No pressure but I can't wait to see the completed top!

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  14. Wonderful! Where can I get this pattern? MUST HAVE IT!

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  15. It looks fantastic. I love the way the black/white poke-a-dot pops the other vibrant colors that you have used. A beautiful, beautiful quilt!!!

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  16. beautiful and fabulous...all I can say is WOW! Aren't I articulate?

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  17. i love this crazy thing!

    someday i will make a quilt full of as much energy as this. i'm trying, anyway.

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  18. Absolutely stunning! Can`t wait to see it made up!

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  19. I love your sense of color and value! It looks fantastic!

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