Sunday, July 25, 2010

Denyse Quilt Top is Done



This is the quilt I started in the Denyse Schmidt workshop in Sisters, Oregon, a few weeks ago. I just finished it this weekend. I do love improvisational piecing!





Each block started with a small piece of orange or yellow. The rest of the pieces were picked randomly.

Denyse suggested I quilt it using black yarn ties. I think that's a great idea, and a good fall project.

13 comments:

Bonnie Hull said...

gorgeous...they look like little interiors!

theodora said...

wow that is a pretty quilt so modern,I envy you in a good way with the fabric find ,so lucky of you and so nice to donate it ,thinking of you mom and how she would opprove of your generosity.

Sujata Shah said...

Wow! Love how you used very thin strips of both dark and light fabrics. I think black yarn will be a great accent to the quilt!

Buffy said...

Love the yellow and all the solids. Also like the way the grey/green gives relief from all the action.

beth said...

oooh! I love it!

shellysquilts said...

This quilt is incredible! I love it! Well done! Have a great week and happy sewing!

Tonya Ricucci said...

marvelous!

ROZ said...

Really charming quilt. You have a great sense of color.

Mary Keasler said...

very very lovely and ever so happy

quiltycat said...

I love Denyse Schmidt and your quilt top too! Simply perfect!
nichi

Em said...

Oh my heck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I want to make all of your quilts above, you are so fun and amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I only looked at your house quilt yesterday and today I am feasting, happy Wedneday to you and thank you for the inspiration. The Caliente pinwheel is fab!!!

B@rb@bietol@ said...

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cinzia said...

simply stunning, as usual. I can see your signature reds in there.