Wednesday, June 10, 2015

WIP Wednesday - I Love Gravity!

I have been having so much fun with the Gravity Quilt Along hosted by Busy Hands Quilts.  If you haven't jumped on board yet, there's still time.

Here is Block 5 - Celestial:

Kona:  Parrot, Kiwi, Sour Apple, Leprechaun, Grasshopper, and Jungle

Kona:  Bright Pink, Azalea, Punch, Salmon, Melon, and Candy Pink

I'm hoping to win a prize for the Block 4 linkup.  One of the prizes is Skip the Borders book by Jaybird Quilts -- I have been wanting it for some time.



Checking off so many Kona colours.  I just might achieve my goal of using all 303 colours.

Block 1 - Horizon
Block 2 - Constellation
Block 3 - Orbit
Block 4 - Intergalactic



The 2015 New Quilt Bloggers is being hosted by Stephanie @Late Night Quilter, Cheryl @Meadow Mist Designs, Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl, and Terri Ann @Childlike Fascination.  I decided to participate so I could meet some new friends and learn new things.

2015 New Quilt Bloggers Group


Linking up with:

Sew Fresh Quilts                          



8 comments:

  1. Really interesting how the shades come together Anja. Good luck with the linkup!

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  2. Those are such precisely pieced blocks! Hope you do win the Skip the Borders book. That was THE first modern quilting book I had ever seen. Our library is sort of lacking in good quilting books, so that one was a rare find. Glad to see you are in the new blogger hop. You will have so much fun!

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  3. Coming right along! Seeing Val's finished top this week makes me want to make it even more! Cannot wait to see yours!

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  4. Wow! They are looking great, Anja :) Can't wait to see them all together :)

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  5. Yes indeed, those blocks are pretty.

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  6. Yes indeed, those blocks are pretty.

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  7. I'm really enjoying watching these gravity blocks across blogland, it looks like a fab quilt! Are these blocks paper pieced?

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  8. I love the subtle variations in the colours of this JayBird Design. I have grown to love working with solids. Can't wait to see yours finished

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