Thursday, June 12, 2014

A Sample and a Mockup

 Most of you agreed that option 2 was the better gradation of  blues. It's not perfect, but I like it. It took 7 hours over 2 days to stitch up the sample block! I love the way it looks with the border fabric.


I put together a bunch of pics so you can see what the quilt might look like. It will actually be set on point, and the edges get treated in a special way. When I get around to it, I'll learn how to import photos into EQ7 and create a more accurate mockup. That should be fun!
 

I'll move into full on assembly-line mode soon!

P.S. The border fabric is Kate Spain's Sunnyside Buttercup in Twilight.

11 comments:

Shelley @ Cora's Quilts said...

Stunning block and the border fabric is absolutely perfect!

sewandsow said...

Love it!

WoolenSails said...

Those fabrics really do look beautiful together and the border really sets it all off.

Debbie

Rike B. said...

That will be a really great and beautiful wedding-quilt! :)
Greetings, Rike

Susan at TheBoredZombie.com said...

Oh that's lovely! Looking forward to watching this one!

Gina said...

wow!!! that is going to be a gorgeous quilt!!

margaret said...

you could not have chosen better, this really works

Grit said...

Wow Tina...amazing !!!
Your work looks so, so wonderful. And this fabric for the border is perfect.

mb-RI said...

Just lovely, Tina!

Jackie Kunkel said...

Love it, Tina!! I would have loved to see it in person. Hope all is back to normal!! Missed you!

Janet Ann said...

Looks Beautiful! Love the border fabric!