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Mar 7, 2012

No Border Yet

I've finished sewing the blocks together but haven't had time to even decide on a border. The blocks started with a base yellow fabric of 12 1/2 inches. The quilt top now measures 72 inches square. I just love the two designs that make up this quilt and I used lots of scraps ...... about 5 yards worth.
This quilt was a very quick one to complete and will go into my stash of quilts to be used one of these days.
 

Look at this wonderful quilt top a friend make using a 1/2 inch black strip between those beautiful batiks.
 Then there's this neat Disappearing Nine Patch quilt blocks. Can you believe that these started out as nine patches???

Finally, these blocks were from the last quilt my friend Jerri worked on before her illness took her. The woman could really put together the fabrics.

13 comments:

Paula TheQuilter said...

Gosh, Rhonda, that first one is a beauty!

Cathy said...

Hi Rhonda...the first two look like stain glass...and since my hubby does stain glass I really like them! ♥♥♥

Doniene said...

Awesome!!! See geometric gems are pretty awesome!!

Blessings

Needled Mom said...

All are wonderful. I'm not sure you need a border on the first one. I like it wothout.

Sandra :) said...

I love your scrappy strippy diamonds quilt - the different black strings framing the centres really set the diamonds off, and the little red centres of the secondary pinwheely stars give them a nice kick!

Teaquilts said...

Rhonda, love your scrap quilt. It's just awesome!

Fiesta said...

All your projects are wonderful and have lovely colorways

Gene Black said...

Love your fractured diamonds...but that batik stained glass makes my heart sing!

Merilyn said...

Lovely projects there Rhonda! I think Jerri's blocks are awesome, are you going to finish the quilt for her?

Joanne Lendaro said...

great quilts, but love the first one, Rhonda it's really cool!! Can't wait to see it after the you get the border on it!

Claudia said...

they are all beautiful !! the first one really caught my eye. What pattern is that ?....I have been very interested in "string" quilts lately. I got a new tool for a spider web pattern.
Happy Quilting !

Chrissy said...

Look at all these beautiful quilts! Thanks for linking up to my scrap attack strings linky! :)

Eat, Sleep, Quilt said...

I love your fractured diamonds, they're so colorful. I have a thing for lots of color, great job!

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