November 13, 2013 by sewkatiedid
I love the ease that these Magic Number blocks come together.
I’m thinking of going with the lilac color to bring the quilt to size. What do you think? I actually have it in my stash which is just amazing in itself.
Looks like I should have another sample done today for Sunday’s Magic Number Workshop.
Posted in Classes and workshops | Tagged class, classes, Improv, improvisation, improvisational patchwork, magic number quilt, magic number quilt blocks, modern quilting, patchwork, quilting, seattle, Seattle Modern Quilting Guild, sew katie did, workshops | 13 Comments
Lovely colours, and I’m lost in admiration of your fan quilting, which appears to be quite flawless. One day, I’ll be able to quilt like that….
Gorgeous! What is that print in the bottom right block in the first images, the largest piece on the left? I love it! The Briar Rose looks awesome in this too.
Love those colors! I wouldn’t have guessed lilac, but it works!
These colors are just awesome! Lilac sounds great to me!
I love the way you use colors.
Love these colors. The lavender would be perfect.
wow beautyfull :)
Did you design this yourself?
This looks so lovely, and it looks awesome with the lilca! I love that the squares are different sizes xx
Love the fabrics!!! Beautiful!
I love it !!! kisses from Belgium!
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