Friday, March 6, 2015

Pacific Lime...

Version one....


Too much green?


Ah, that's better!



Those pesky points are much better 

disguised amongst the pretty DS prints!


An advantage of a design floor!


 A matching (grubby) ironing board cover!


"Pacific Lime" is now waiting to be quilted....

Happy sewing!

SUZ

25 comments:

  1. Yes - that's much better! Gorgeous - such lovely colours! Love your design floor! I used to have one of those - but my knees struggled so I'm using a table at the moment!!Lynne.

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  2. Oh wow - it's an absolutely refreshing splash of pretty. Gorgeous.

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  3. Gorgeous Susan! Liked the first version, but love your final layout. So pretty with the DS prints and the solid green. How will it be quilted?

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  4. oh yeah! Less is more - just lovely!

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  5. Love the name! It's gorgeous

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  6. Fantastic! I can't wait to see this one quilted.

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  7. It was a great decision to break up the green, the colour and fabric mix is really fresh and fun. Pacific Lime is the perfect name!

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  8. So pretty! I like it with more DS prints too. It really sparkles!

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  9. A very good decision to go with version 2 Susan. It's gorgeous, and a great name too.

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  10. Loving the lime amongst these DS prints - so beautiful!

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  11. what a happy, bright beautiful quilt :-)

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  12. I like the randomness of the design since you didn't go with the green in every other triangle. Very nice.

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  13. Oh my goodness! Lime perfection!! I adore this!!!

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  14. Just the right touch! This is a great one Susan! Have you thought about how you will quilt it?

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  15. What a difference it made you yo changed the amount of green in the top. Love the end result!

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  16. Love that green! This is going to be gorgeous when it's finished.

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  17. Okay, so many things to like here not the least of: triangles and lime green. Lately, I've been thinking that I'd like to do some cool color schemes after so many hot ones!

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  18. Lovely! I have some of these prints in the pink/yellow colorway, I didn't realize they came in blue/green, will need to look for them!

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  19. This is great! I love the addition of the other green prints. It really broke up the design nicely. Plus, you'll have those other green triangles to make something else with.

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  20. I never thought it was too much green, but I love the random replacement of green with pattern. It makes it more interesting somehow. I never would have thought of doing that.

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  21. I liked both settings, but love your finished top! So much fun with that green. I laughed when you commented about your ironing board cover. I just noticed mine last night, and thought the same thing. Add that to the list for my Spring Break sewing, I guess.

    Elizabeth

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  22. Oh dear! I don't get out much (to read blogs), but perhaps it's because I AM out too much! It's good to see you working with these fun colors. I hope you enjoyed making it, in spite of the points. You're putting me to shame as I haven't been sewing much. Teaching a a couple times a week, along with the usual activities, limits sewing time. Now, it's back to working on a SuperTote!

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  23. I so love this colour combination. Reminds me of the lime green canvas keds that I wanted to have every spring, mostly because I loved how they looked against the blue of the sky when I was swinging high at school.

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