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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Cream Crush


Here is a rather crooked picture of my Cream Crush quilt top. I used only two of the fabrics I bought in England (the green in the spinning stars and the orange circles in the album blocks). The border fabric was purchased with another project in mind. I think it works very well here (and there is lots left over to use in that other project.)
When I put the blocks on the design wall I wasn't wild about the effect. Now the assembled top reminds me of an elaborate tile floor. This was great fun to do!

12 comments:

  1. Your Cream Crush turned out really pretty. I went with the orange, and am still in the thinking process, but I have all the blocks ready.

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  2. Oh I like it. You're cream looks gorgeous.

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  3. Nann, I really like the way yours turned out. I like almost all of Bonnie's work, but this one did not intrigue me UNTIL I saw yours!

    I met one of your MagPie friends when I was working in the quilt shop in Sandwich. I told her I read your blog frequently. Your group sounds like a lot of fun. I'm glad you all had a wonderful time.

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  4. Your OC quilt looks great, well done.
    I am still piecing the blocks together but will get there too.

    cheers
    Christine

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  5. These "orange crush quilts are really starting to look fabulous now that you can see all the blocks! and yours is no exception!
    Well done!

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  6. Cream crush is very pretty-I like my OC but I wouldn't call it "pretty"!Roslyn

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  7. Thank you for joining Just Us Quilters! Please give me a link back to my blog. Kindly, Niki

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  8. Ooohhh... I like your Cream Crush! It's beautiful!

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  9. I love finished quilt, and I think the process was all part of the fun.

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  10. For a link back Nann, you'll need to copy/paste the HTML given on my side bar of Just Us Quilters. It's in the scrolling part. Just put that in your HTML under customize and bam, you're done!
    niki

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