Sunday, February 12, 2012

Spider Web Progress!

33 comments:

Supergoof said...

Thank you for starting the monday with this picture!
It's gorgeous!!!

Kimme said...

Love it! Fabulous colours :-)

MariQuilts said...

Wow!!

Carla said...

Oh! Be still my beating heart!

Rachaeldaisy said...

This is awesome!! I gasped when I saw it. It's so 3D and full of movement!! I Love it!!!!

Donna~~ said...

You're making great progress! I like the pinwheels you've added to the centers--very cool!

Ailsa (Cape Pincushion) said...

Breath-taking! I love it! Its so delicious!

Marit said...

Lovely mix of colors in these pretties. I really like how the wheels (big buttons?) stand out in the design. A beauty in progress...
; )

meli B said...

I really like the pinwheel centres. They catch the eye in a very busy quilt and pop out. You have such an amazing way of playing with colour and what could be chaos, but is brilliant instead. You always surprise and inspire.

Kathie said...

OMG I just LOVE it, I want to come play in your fabric scraps! very fun quilt.
Are you making the scrappy triangles and then choosing the color wheels fabrics to go with them?
even though the quilt is very scrappy its very balanced to my eye.
Thanks for sharing.
Kathie

Jackie said...

One word.... GORGEOUS!!

Sujata Shah said...

BEST Monday morning inspiration!

Chris said...

This just keeps getting better!

Exuberant Color said...

What a beautiful sight first thing in the morning!!!

Lisa said...

Oh my you are cruising along with this one! Such a beauty, but I would expect nothing less from you! ox

YankeeQuilter said...

Way to brighten up a Monday morning! tHanks...

Nancy said...

Wowza!! It's wonderful.

Miki Willa said...

Stunning! You are making wonderful progress. I love the excitement of this quilt.

regan said...

This is awesome! It looks like the wheels are floating on a bed of confetti! Fabulous!!!!

Kim said...

Sharp intake of breath!

Love this.

Happy sewing

Tonya Ricucci said...

woohoo, fantastic!!!! it was worth starting over to get those fun propellers!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Absolutely fabulous!!! (how did you develope the kite template for the sections between the circles?)

LOVE how this is progressing!!!!!

Brenda said...

I like the controlled scrappiness of the spiderwebs and the totally crazy strings in the stars between. could you post a picture of this over at our group strings blog (http://stringthingalong.blogspot.com) reply by email and I can set you up there.

MulticoloredPieces said...

Hi, LeeAnn. I agree with all of the above! Seems that the royal blue makes it dance!
best, nadia

Elizabeth said...

It is absolutely gorgeous! I can't wait to see it finished. How large are you planning to make it?

Katell said...

It is not easy at all to make such a scrap quilt. Here I see how controled all your choices are. This will be a fabulous piece of art!

Kim said...

I was just listening to your Oct 17 interview with Pat Sloan, well because I just finally figured out how to play them. Nicely done :0) I enjoyed it.

Happy sewing

pat sloan said...

Me Likey! love the settings between .. bliss!

Mary Keasler said...

What more can I say. You continue to outdo yourself. Amazing work

Lynn Dykstra said...

so wonderful

Theodora quilts said...

LeeAnn I sent you the envelope today hope it arrives safely.

Victoria said...

Wow! Pop and Zing! This is just fabulous!

Elaine Adair said...

My dear - however did you keep the colors/fabrics consistent then moving from block to block. I would be very interested in knowing the organizational thing - I am aware of how it goes together the "normal" way but ...

Or did you make 8 "circles" at a time and THEN put it together. I'll have to print this out and STUDY it - you've given me some homework to stretch my brain!