Saturday, April 18, 2015

WIP

This is waiting to be quilted...(sorry, was an inside, night-time photo)...

It is a lap quilt pattern called 'Little Leap Frog' written by Janeen Getz for the Project12Quilts.com and the fabrics were fat quarters from Spotlight.

Sharing with Freshly Pieced's WIP Wednesday and a Quilting Reader's Garden WIP linky too!

14 comments:

  1. It's a great one, Jen. Lovely colours and your eyes keep moving around on it - love it!

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    1. I know what you mean, it looks interesting from any side.

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  2. A fun quilt.........how will you quilt it?

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    1. Oh, umm, haven't thought about it...the original pattern has a large stipple...I am thinking maybe some concentric squares? Not sure...

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  3. Neat pattern and vibrant colors! Have fun quilting!

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    1. Thanks Vera - its a long weekend here (for our ANZAC Day commemorations) so I am hoping to get it all finished!

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  4. Colours are great and the 'leap frog' idea works really well! Looking forward to seeing the quilting.

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    1. Cheers Lynn! I have made the back panel a giant sized leap frog block - watch this space for the finished photo!

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    1. Thank you! I was showing my teaching colleagues last night and they loved the colours too! Fingers crossed I may get the quilting done this weekend...

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  6. I see why it's called Leap Frog since my eye wants to jump around on the colorful squares! Fun!

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    1. I am enjoying quilting it, and for the backing I made a giant leap frog block (one fat quarter surrounded by a different fabric).

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  7. Hello, great quilt! Thanks for the link to the pattern.

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    1. No probs! It's a lovely, easy pattern. Thanks for stopping by.

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