October 19, 2011

(Almost) Speechless


This amazingness really speaks for itself. I'm only jumping in to let you know that it was made by Tina of Seaside Stitches. She's planning on finishing it by Christmas (to send to me, right Tina?) so head over to her blog to cheer her on!

30 comments:

  1. Oh holy wow that is so freakishly beautiful. :) And I am so envious of her mad skills!!!!!

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  2. Oh my! Oh my! I don't know what else to say. That is amazing! I have a lovely pile of Fandango waiting to be made into a quilt right now, but it won't be anything quite like this one!

    MGM

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  3. This is so wonderful - what a challenge and no wonder Kate Spain is coveting this - who would not? Please please show us more as you progress. Judy C

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  4. Magnificent. That is one beautiful quilt.

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  5. That is one of the most gorgeous quilts I have ever seen and after having spent 2 evenings trying to do a plain wedding ring curve I am absolutely in awe!

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  6. WOW!! Just popping over to Tina's blog.
    Cheers,
    Robyn

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  7. will there is there a pattern yes!!!!!!!
    diana

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  8. Stupendous, absolutely stupendous! Great fabric too, Kate. Wow!

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  9. Thanks, everyone, for the quilty love! The pattern is Bali Wedding Star by Judy Niemeyer. http://www.quiltworx.com/patterns/Bali%20Wedding%20Star
    It is paper pieced and goes together beautifully. The patterns are expensive, but worth it, because you get all the papers you need for the whole quilt. I highly recommend all her patterns, but it helps to be somewhat comfortable with paper piecing.

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  10. It is amazing!! I believe the pattern is the Wedding Star. It is paper pieced. My friend made it for her sister for a wedding gift.

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  11. This is stunning. So fresh and modern.

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  12. This is seriously gorgeous. Quilts like this boggle my mind, I only wish I was that talented. Have you ever done a post of free hand quilting? I would love to hear if you have any tips, I'm struggling a little. That's sorta a understatement.

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  13. Fabulous quilt in the making...thanks for sharing...warm wishes from south africa

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  14. WOW! What a great way to combine the blazing star & the double wedding ring! I love it!

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  15. Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn! Give that girl a trophy. A giant one!

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  16. Holy Cow...stunningly beautiful!

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  17. It's truly is beautiful! I can't wait to see it in person!!! Thank you so much for such a wonderful gift! <3

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  18. "pinch me".......is a quote from Tina......so glad you posted it....have many pieces made by Tina and SHE IS TALENTED doing paper!!Judy am ordering pattern today!!!

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  19. I can't decide how much of this is inspirational because it is so fantastic and how much is daunting because I have so much to learn.
    Kristin

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  20. Hi Kate!

    I am a designer who just graduated college, and am starting up my own fun, colorful, re-use your scraps sewing projects! I am so excited, and especially since I get to co-teach with my mom who has been a quilter for the last three years. Please give me some of your scraps so I can create something fabulous like you!!! I love your work, especially your logos for each fabric line. I created a logo for my aunt on avocadomonthly.com my freshman year for an inspirational project. I hope this doesn't sound cheezy, but I chose you as my inspirational designer, and I hope you can see that in my design. Love your work!!!

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