Tuesday, October 21, 2014

WIP Wednesday

I'm playing with scraps tonight! Since Monday night was the second and last session of my Orange Peels and Improv class (more about that soon!), I'm inspired to keep working on and soon finish my second orange peel quilt. This one was requested by my mom for the master bedroom, and it will be backed in some lovely Anna Maria Horner flannel. I haven't shared much of this quilt yet. It combines large peels with normal-sized peels... and now very teeny peels!


The baby ones run about 2.5" from tip to tip. I'm hoping they won't get lost in the overall scheme of this (queen sized ridiculously large) quilt but that they'll be a small, fun detail. I haven't laid them down on the carpet yet.


To be continued...


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6 comments:

  1. Someone needs a design wall :) Just saying, lol.

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  2. It looks great to start! I love me a good flannel quilt.

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  3. Such a pretty quilt! I love the idea of giant and tiny ones together!

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  4. its looking so great so far, I think the tiny peels will add a nice detail to the quilt. Can't wait to see it all come together :)

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  5. Love the rich colours you have chosen and the different scale of blocks - it will add so much to your quilt though you might be very fed up with those little ones by the end (worth it though) Thank you for linking up to Scraptastic Tuesday

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  6. I look forward to seeing this come together...I love the look of orange peels, and am waiting on the templates I ordered to arrive so that I can make one!

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