I picked her up yesterday, and it was so nice to sit down last night and sew (especially since she is running so smoothly post-service). I decided to ignore my priorities and keep sewing the centre of the medallion I showed you a few weeks ago. It even has a name already - Wild Goose Chase, and I'm bustingly excited to keep working on it once I've knocked over the other couple of things I need to get done this month.
It's funny, but the Koi fabric (by Rashida Coleman-Hale for Cloud 9) I used for the outer triangles wasn't actually intended to be part of this quilt. I love how it works with the rest of the centre block though - I'm calling it a happy accident :o)
Thanks so much for your lovely words on my post last week - you've convinced me to just keep doing what I do (as lots of you said, it's MY blog. Thanks for keeping it real!). The quilt math series will definitely be happening too - stay tuned for more info on that next week! I'm uber excited about it, and I'll be teaming up with a bloggy friend for the series :o)
Last day of school holidays today, looking forward to 'normal' life resuming tomorrow!
Happy accidents rock. I'm loving the color palette on this one!
I absolutely adore this Jess!
Oh, this is a beautiful block! Love the corner triangles material - works very well!! Love your geese - those center ones are adorable!
Very nice! I love medallion quilts
just loving the colours in this one. I have some Koi and am wanting to pair it with Collage to make a bright quilt - at some point, when I have the time!!
Looks perfect x
That fabric is the perfect compliment to a gorgeous centre
Jess this is fabulous!! Love the colors and design. :)
Love the block and the fabric for the outer triangles couldn't be better xx
Love that centre block :o) My machine seriously needs to go for a service the next time I'm on holiday, it's been, err, 2 1/2 years...
I love where this is going so far.
It is looking fabulous!
Looks like you are off to a great start - those fabrics all look great together. I'm excited to keep watching this come together.
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