Wednesday, May 20, 2020

WIP Wednesday - Push-Pull Quilt Along

The first block for the Push-Pull Quilt Along was a lot of work...but then blocks two and three were much easier.  You can see the beginnings of this quilt and the many tiny HSTs here.

This is a great pattern by Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl.  I love my combination of Kona Red, Morning Glory, and Surf.



I started to realize there was going to be a lot of negative space in this quilt that would need quilting.  😲


And here's the finished (wrinkly) quilt top.


Now to figure out a quilting plan.  Until then, this quilt top will join the many others waiting to be quilted.


Linking up with:

Midweek Makers @ Quilt Fabrication
Wednesday Wait Loss @ The Inquiring Quilter

14 comments:

  1. Looks great Anja! I think we need to see the stack of tops in line for quilting.

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  2. It does have a lot of negative space, and I hope it doesn't keep you from finishing it as I think that your bold colors and the design will be what draws the eye no matter what!

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  3. Red and blue is a great combo, I love it! A lovely negative space for quilting ;)

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  4. Oh - you will have fun quilting this! Lots and lots of options!
    Looking forward to seeing it once it's done ... even if it isn't next week, or month or ???? :-)

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  5. Wow, I love these colors together! This is going to be stunning!

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  6. Anja, it’s quite striking! Good luck with the quilting!

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  7. Looking good! Your color choices are stunning!

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  8. This combination is stunning! Can't wait to see the finish!

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  9. Wow - your colour combo is so vibrant! I say keep the quilting really simple - the fabric will do all the talking. :-)

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  10. Your bold color choices always get me, Anja. LOVE!!!

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  11. Very bold choices, Anja. You will make a striking quilt with a huge impact. Hope you are staying safe.

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  12. Wow! Incredible colours here Anja! Love it.

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  13. I agree with you - the first block was a lot of work. I really had to concentrate to get the pieces laid out correctly. Lovely quilt top!

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