Tuesday, February 24, 2009

scrappy log cabin again.

i've put my last two quilts on hold to work on a custom order based on this quilt, only bigger, and in yellow, green and blue.

54 comments:

  1. I love the spring yellow. These are such nice blocks with great fabric.

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  2. this is gorgeous!! Such beautiful fabric...

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  3. you just don't see enough yellow quilts. love this!

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  4. what a beautiful way to welcome spring. this is gorgeous, can't wait to see the finished product!

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  5. Nettie,

    You continually out-do yourself. I love this yellow. Having been through so many negative things in the past 18 months, I have found myself reaching for yellow over and over again. Maybe because it's so happy?

    I would be interested in possibly commissioning a quilt from you in these yellows as well. Could you drop me a line?

    Rachel
    www.rachelcox.blogspot.com
    Mountain Baby Blankets

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  6. I love the yellows...I'm not usually a "yellow" person...but this quilt just calls to me!

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  7. I love all that yellow, especially the grey and yellow dot. I think grey and a color is the new brown and a color. Remember when everything was brown and blue for a while? Now it's dark grey and red or yellow.

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  8. i am SO not a yellow person, but this is SUPER cute!!!

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  9. Warm, uplifting colors and fabrics--simply beautiful!

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  10. beautiful! i love yellow, log cabins and scrappy.

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  11. Absolutely beautiful - I love the yellows!

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  12. Love the yellow! You are always inspiring by the way. Thank you!

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  13. OH...It looks like 'spring' has
    'sprung'....like my daffodils that
    trying to bloom...like lots of
    sunshine that we are all pine-ing
    for. I love looking at it!!!

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  14. I really like how bright and cheery this is. I'm so ready for some constant sunshine. Fabulous!

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  15. sigh. gorgeous. you outdo yourself.

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  16. Love these blocks! So bright and happy!! :D

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  17. Oh I love these blocks! I need to spend some more time with yellow...

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  18. my sister's favorite color to quilt with in yellow and mine is red - this gives me inspiration that the two of us should twitch -just once!

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  19. I was just going to start a red and yellow quilt! I love yellow and I have worked with it yet. This is going to be gorgeous.

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  20. nettie, i love these blocks!! i think i might need to start a yellow stash now! :)

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  21. OOhh I love these blocks! Can't wait to see the finished project! :)

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  22. beautiful blocks! i do love me some log cabin blocks. :)

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  23. Here comes the sun little darlin'

    I am really inspired to try a yellow quilt. This is happiness!

    Tina

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  24. Love those yellows. Really brightens up the day.

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  25. It's amazing how just using modern fabrics can update a traditional pattern and completely refresh t.

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  26. My first visit to your blog!
    Lovely and happy colours.
    This log cabin quilt for sure is bringing in the colours of spring. We need it!!

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  27. So pretty! I've been wanting to do a yellow quilt for a while now, but don't have enough of a yellow stash yet... That quilt is going to be beautiful!

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  28. this is going to be beautiful! i love all the yellow.

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  29. Yellow makes me happy. I'm loving your log cabin scraps so far!

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  30. Ooo...lala...summertime and the living is easy...may I have a glass of lemonade with that please? Beautiful, just beautiful!!! Talk about a fabric mixture that puts a smile on a face...good job, Nettie.

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  31. Those colors are fabulous together! And the quilting is great - you are so talented!!! :)

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  32. Love those yellows! (I even recognize a few.)

    Are the gnomes going to make a visit in that quilt?

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  33. Never mind, I see they did! (I also see some of that great tadpole fabric. That is on the back of a quilt that I made for me son.)

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  34. Beautiful work. I love the colours.
    Regina, from Brasil
    www.reginagoncalves.blogspot.com

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  35. Oh wow! I love this quilt. I just screams sunshine!

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  36. here comes the sun all warm and friendly. I love your yellow blocks.

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  37. Hey Nettie, It's a small world. LOL I had favorited your baby quilt with birds on etsy a long time ago, and look, we're in the same quilt swap. I was wondering if you could tell me what fabric you used in the centers of this quilt http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=16640741

    Thanks girlie :0)

    Jessica

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  38. I love it! so fresh. i think we'll see a lot more yellow in the months to come, it's an optimistic color. I was so excited to find some of these "American Import Quilting Fabrics" in my local store this evening (here in Japan).

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  39. Wow! Look at you with your 51 comments! I'm not worthy!

    Just stopping over from our bee inspired!

    Hi!

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  40. Aaah, spring is on my computer screen! I'll just never log off or look outside MY window!
    Cheers, Christine

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