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Jun 1, 2008

So Juvie

I know, I know.....look at the juvenile colors.....not me, you say.....well I thought so as well. But I had purchased the two main fabrics years ago with nothing in mind other than I like them. Of course I only bought 1 yrd. cuts so the block choices were limited. I chose the "stack-n-slash" method so that I could get a good blending of all the colorful fabrics. As I finished the quilt and turned to thoughts of the border, all I had left was a couple of pieces of the striped fabric....I had seen several quilts that finished with unequal borders or off centered borders so I took those ideas and ....WaLa! I named the quilt "So Juvie" because it reminded me of something a pre-teen to teen would appreciate.
Here is another embroidery pattern from my new Janome.......I'm thinking about making another quilt.


Heidi said...

Wow! those are strong colors, but together they make a great quilt! I've never tried that method of creating locks like that before, and it looks like fun to try!

Anonymous said...

I love "So Juvie". Love the colors and the free style design. Very nice.


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