Monday, July 16, 2012

BOM Rehab . . . . .

There's nothing like having a Monday BOM Rehab deadline to turn a lazy Sunday afternoon into a productive one.

One focus block done, 


6 more to go!

My strategy of making all the setting blocks was a good one, it made selecting the fabric for this block very easy.


I hadn't noticed until I made this block and put it on my design wall with the setting blocks how the two sets of blocks work together so nicely.

Just in case you missed the last time I blogged about this BOM, it's Northern Lights designed by Marti Michell.

This is what I'm shooting for.


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17 comments:

  1. Your blocks are lovely...a gentle quilt with such soothing colors. Love the setting....you are going to have another treasure. Thanks for sharing...a great start to a Monday!

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  2. love, love, love the neutral fabrics.

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  3. You're moving right along and it's beginning to show some real personality. I think it's going to be a lovely quilt to cozy up in when winter arrives--quiet and soothing. XOXO

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  4. It looks like tricky piecing. Is it easier than it looks? Love those colors.

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  5. Lovely subtle colors - you will be able to keep it out year round!

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  6. what are the fabrics you are using ?

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    1. I should include that in my post, I will for sure next week when I piece another block. It's mainly Lumiere de Noel by French General and Park Avenue by 3 Sisters, all for Moda.

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    2. i don't have a quilt shop nearby where do you get your fabric mostly from if you dont mind

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  7. I'm loving this quilt, Thelma!! Well done!
    P

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  8. Looking great! I love the look of the neutral quilts, but I wonder if I could do it. Do you find yourself craving colour?

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  9. Love the blocks and the fabric!
    Hugs
    Donna

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  10. I love this quilt in the neutral colors Thelma ! You are making great progress !

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  11. I love that block. It has a visual curve to it when paired with the others. how cool!

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  12. I just love the neutral colors. This will be a beautiful quilt.

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  13. Loving the colors for this. The blocks are fabulous.

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