Friday, April 4, 2014

Round and Round

Finally got Slices of Color quilted.  I tried to keep it simple I really did.  But I kept thinking I want sunshine, and thus the circles, lot of sun!!  I don't have any hexies done, but I love going over to Angie's and seeing all the beautiful work. And you don't need hexies to link up, so I'm linking up with my circles of sunshine. Also linking up with TGIFF
Slices of Color

Slices of color detail

Slices of color back
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36 comments:

  1. Love that quilting! Yes, yes, yes! Sure makes this simple, bright, fun quilt POP!!!

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  2. Wow - what a great effect!!!

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  3. Just gorgeous! Love the quilting!

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  4. Beautiful quilting! Did you trace the pattern before quilting it? I'm asking because all the circles look perfect with lines perfectly spaced. This shows an amazing workmanship.

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  5. What a fun quilt! I'm not sure what I like best - the colors or the quilting!

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  6. May be simple but what an effect! Wow, Sue - guess you can't help yourself. It's a great quilt.

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  7. I wish my simple was this stunning! Just another lovely piece of art.

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  8. wow! it looks great - like the others say it might be simple but it does have quite an effect.

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  9. It's gorgeous Sue!!! I love how the quilting is almost equal to the piecing for attention and pizzazz!

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  10. This quilt is absolutely beautiful! The colors and your quilting just pop. What fun! Have a good weekend.

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  11. Beautiful quilt with AMAZING quilting! Nice work! -Brittany

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  12. This quilt is gorgeous, stunning, and all the wonderful words!!!!!

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  13. Wow! Those circles are amazing on that quilt. Good call.

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  14. Oh wow oh wow, that is really cool!!

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  15. This quilt is stunning! How did you manage the circles. Did you use templates?

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  16. that is stunning. great job!

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  17. Your quilting made this simple quilt pattern just stunning. What a bright and beautiful quilt.

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  18. Wow. I just love it. It really is fabulous.

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  19. Oh, my. This is gorgeous. Your circle quilting is a perfect choice.

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  20. This is one gorgeous quilt! The colors, the circle quilting, I love it.

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  21. The visual aspect of the quilt is mesmerizing, and the quilting adds so much more. What a stunning piece!

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  22. Love the quilting! I only saw the circles first. Then when I saw the cross hatching I thought HOLY COW - Simply beautiful!

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  23. You are so talented! Love your blog!

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  24. WOW!! so simple yet so effective. Love the colours, love the quilting :)

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  25. I love it - it's perfect. How did you do them

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  26. Outstanding. I would say that the sunshine, was the perfect inspiration for this quilt. It brightened up my day.

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  27. I love this quilt. I'm mesmerized by the circle quilting. I'd love to know how you did that.

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  28. Your quilt is absolutely wonderful and it is certainly spreading the warm sunny feeling of sunshine all over the world. I am interested in finding out whether this is your own design and if so are you considering making a pattern for it as I would love to buy a copy from you. If the quilt has a designer already could I please have that persons name so that I can go a purchase it from them. Either way brilliant job and congratulations great quilting.. I have decided also to follow you too. I do like what I've seen. Julie Beard

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  29. I absolutely love this quilt and its color, it makes me feel happy! Congratulations!

    Greetings from Spain

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  30. I love this bright rainbow quilt & so would my grandchildren. Do you have pattern for "circle of color"? I have no trouble figuring out the strips from the photos but need closer photo or pattern to see how the squares in sashing (border) are done. MCH

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  31. I should have looked around your site harder. Found it, thanks anyway. Love it...can't wait to try it.

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