Saturday, April 21, 2012

Almost There

Hello Everyone,

Remember when I showed this quilt in progress.  It is still in progress.  This is the quilt that is my Two's Company Bee project.


February was my month and I sent all the participant's paper foundations and the background fabric.  Then they had to use wild red fabrics for the geese. 


This is how far along the quilt is right now.  I am still waiting on a few more blocks to arrive.  So looking forward to completing this quilt!!


The fabrics that everyone chose are just fabulous!!

Quilt Stats:

Pattern:  Which Way is North?  can be found here.
Background Fabric:  Aboriginal Dots Ivory by Kaffe Fassett can be found here.

Stay tuned for a completed quilt soon!


Until Next Time...

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11 comments:

Karen M said...

This is stunning. I used to be really concerned that all of my colors were matchy-matchy. I was told by my first quilt instructor that all reds go together as long as you include an orange-red in the mix. Your quilt certainly bears that out. The background fabric is just perfect.

Gari said...

What a great quilt this is and is going to be. So many different reds makes it so interesting. Lucky you.

badlandsquilts said...

I absolutely love that quilt!

Stephanie said...

Love it. Great colors. Must be exciting to receive these in the mail.

Nedra said...

I never would have guessed that was a Judy N. pattern. Great way to use up scraps!

Jean said...

Love this one and what a great way to try pp and not frustrate everyone!

ShariK said...

This quilt is just beautiful Jackie. I just love it.

lecterns said...

Small designs of fabrics are stitch with each other and make a wonderful designs.It look so attractive and amazing.Thanx to share with us some different ideas.

Karrie S said...

Awesome :) I can't wait to see the finished version. It's so pretty!

CARMEN said...

This quilt is so beatifull In Red, you I'm working on a similar
Pattern, not paper piece . I love this one to peices.
Will try to do a quilt ( other than wall hanging ) on paper peice . Thanks for sharing, Carmen

RETRO-Fabulous Blog said...

OOOOh, Jackie I never thought of the Kaffe aboriginal dot in yellow as a background! What a beautiful base for all those reds. FANTASTIC!

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