Saturday, October 22, 2011

Challenge Quilt 2011.....Part 2


6 weeks ago I began my challenge quilt...


This Memory Album was my inspiration:


I just love this color story...




I decided to do some sun printing ...

I think I matched the colors fairly well to the album




Here it is 6 weeks later and I am finally
getting back to the prints:


I used scraps of white fabric to print on,
so they are all odd ball sizes...



I decided to pull out some of my surface design
fabrics I have created the last couple of years...


Maybe some of these will find their way into
the challenge quilt?



I started to trim the odd ball sun prints:


Trimmings...





This is where I am now...
The blocks don't fit into rows because they are
odd ball sizes.
I think with some partial seams this will work.



This is a gorgeous fabric I purchased from


It is just begging to be included in this quilt...



Here are a few of my hand dyes pinned on the wall:


Vicki's hand dye is on the left...

This challenge has a big REVEAL
on December 12, 2011

I can't show you much more at this point
sorry...

I will show you bits and pieces here and there
as I finish this.....stay tuned.

CLICK HERE to view Challenge Quilt Part 1


CLICK HERE:  to see My Quilts


CLICK HERE to view Challenge Quilt 2010

CLICK HERE to view Challenge Quilt 2009


May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,
LuAnn

6 comments:

Rona said...

Love it!

Lynn said...

It is going to be lovely. I too am working on a challenge and really want to blog about it but haven't because it is supposed to stay a secret and boy is that hard when I want to share it with my friends and blog readers.

Vicki W said...

Your sun prints are spectacular! Of course everything you do is spectacular!

Denise :) said...

I love seeing the process from your inspiration to the point you shared with us. GREAT colors!! :)

Leslie McNeil of MarveLes Art Studios said...

LuAnn, I'm a fan of all of it. Lovely coming together of all the perfect parts. I too love Vicki's fabrics btw!

Dirt Road Quilter said...

It's already spectacular! I cannot imagine how fabulous the completed piece will be! I love the richness of the colors. Eagerly looking forward to seeing your progress.