Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Intuition Quilt, Eight go

One of the fabrics in the block from this post started bugging me as soon as I got the top back on the wall after attaching the last borders. The brownish-green plaid flannel did not go with any other fabric in the quilt at all. With this large number of different fabric scraps in one place that’s quite an accomplishment I’d say.

It just had to come out but I had used up all the suitable greens in my box. Then I remembered I had pulled out some strips for a string quilt from the same box just a few weeks before this scrap extravaganza started, so I decided I was allowed to put them back in. Lo and behold; right there were two green strips which would fit perfectly.

I’m still not that fond of seam ripping, but it was worth it after all.
Oh, I see another little piece of fabric that will probably bug me. Yeah, I’ll have to wait for a few days to see just how much.


Bonnie Hull said...

...I don't know...I LOVED that plaid...(the new way is nice too!!)

Margaret said...

I liked the plaid, too ... & I like the substitution ... in either case I think this is a striking piece & loved seeing your process!

Miki Willa said...

It has been very interesting to watch your process as this quilt grows. Thank you for sharing your thoughts about it.

Sharon Robinson said...

Hi Victoria,
I've been following your site for a couple weeks now. 15 minutes is something I can do. I would love to be added to the Play Group. Thanks!

Victoria Findlay Wolfe said...

Hi Sharon, please email me... I can't respond to your comment..

Victoria Findlay Wolfe said...

Nina! This looks great to me! it has a very "MAP" feel to it, arial perspective... very soothing!