Wednesday WIP

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17 Responses

  1. What a beautiful line of fabric, love the look of the blocks you’re making.

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  2. Vickie says:

    Here is what I have been working on. Any advice? Thanks!

  3. Peg says:

    Oh my gosh – I LOVE these fabrics! The picture took my breath away. And the blocks you’re making with them are beautiful – can’t wait to see the finished quilt!

  4. Marilyn says:

    oh…those fabrics are just beautiful..I think the swirl is my fav…And the blocks look like so much fun!!!!!!

  5. Toni says:

    Those fabrics are so pretty! And the blocks you are working on are gorgeous! But yes, they look very time consuming! Can’t wait to see more!

  6. SueAnn W says:

    Yummmmmmm !

  7. CathyK says:

    Oh goodness! That new line looks beautiful! And those blocks…gorgeous!!!

  8. I love everything you produce. I’m currently working on a drunkard path quilt with our latest kid painted fabric … I need more time.

  9. CJ says:

    Lovely prints and that block is lovely.
    Can you tell me the name of the solids you have in the first stack??

    • Corey says:

      Yes!–They are Just Peachy(9617-278), Elephantastic Pink (9617-277), Tiffany Box (9617-291), Biscayne Bay (9617-290). All of them are RJR cotton supreme solids.

  10. Anjeanette says:

    Ooh! How fun! I love working with new fabric lines and coming up with fun ideas. I’m sure your quilts are going to be lovely! If you ever need a pattern tester, I am always available;)

  11. Nancy of IN says:

    I made a skirt for granddaughter this week; I just finished the hand sewing tonight and will mail for her Saturday or Monday.

  12. wendy says:

    gorgeous fabrics. Is that not a Swoon block?

    • Corey says:

      It is similar as they are both inspired by the same 1930’s traditional block. Swoon is a supersized version and for my block I redesigned the center of the block. You can see all the names that the original block was published under in my post. I find the history of quilt blocks fascinating!

  13. elsa says:

    Love your block ~ so pretty in the colors you’ve chosen. It reminds me of the Swoon block a bit.
    I’m working on a Pickle Dish quilt ~ have 39 of 72 arcs done, it’s also very time consuming. I’m doing it very scrappy with no fabric repeats. Loving it so far!

  14. Sylvia says:

    Nice block! I’m working on Christmas gifts now. Pillows , Lap quilts and Pot Holders. I’m just learning. SO much fun!!

  15. Sarah says:

    Very pretty blocks. They are very similar to Swoon blocks, just with a different centre.