Saturday, April 21, 2012

New Mexico Quilt

I finished this New Mexico quilt, which I started several months ago. I did a lot of quilting on it and each section is quilted differently. I like how black makes the bright colors pop. The orange, green and purple fabrics are actually Southwest fabrics, but read as solid from a distance. This is an adaptation of a Michelle Watts pattern, which she calls Midnight in Santa Fe.
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12 comments:

  1. It would be fun to see the quilting too. (Of course, I say that because the quilting is my favorite part of quiltmaking!)

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  2. Wow, that's fantastic. The colors are so brilliant.

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  3. Your quilt would brighten anyone's day, it's beautiful.

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  4. My kinda of quilt. I hope you're gonna share what the quilting looks like.
    Really awesome quilt.

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  5. Gorgeous! Yes, black highlights colors and your choices are amazing.

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  6. A great quilt in the SW style and I like the Twister quilt on the table below it too!

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  7. I always love black with the bright colors...like you said...it make it pop!

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  8. Those colors are perfect for that design, I agree with loving the bright colors popping against the black!

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  9. Very nice. I like the black background as it makes the other blocks pop.

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