Saturday, March 20, 2010

Inspiration for another Quilt - Gardener's Journal

How easily it is to get sidetracked.  Chookyblue  suggested a "sew along" with one of Anni Down's patterns - this patern I have loved for so long having and having seen it finished by another Quilter at GDITH  recently, it is the perfect opporutnity to inspire one another. 
Mind you, I had intended to visit the local patchwork shop something completely different and a completely different project.....





It was the Japanese fabric that I went in to purchase.....
The patchwork shops must so laugh at us mad stitching women as they must see it happen all the time.

10 comments:

Jo in TAS said...

Good to see Chooky sucked you in too!

Jackie said...

The colors of your new project are colors I always love. I can't wait to see more.

Anita said...

Love the colours you have chosen! That is what is holding me back from joining in- no good at picking out a whole bunch of random fabrics! now if i could just find me a kit somewhere......LOL

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

LOL.....so pleased you are going to join on Dawnie....nice fabric...I love a lady who has will power...LOL

Terry said...

I've had that book for over a year now. Maybe I should join in too and finally get it stitched! Love the colors you've chosen for yours! :0)

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Good for you Dawnie to join along.
I'll keep an eye on you and see how you are going ???

Allie said...

LOVE the fabrics - but especially the black and white!

Dawnie, I had to change my comments back, blogger seems to be having trouble with the pop-up window. I'm sorry!

Chookyblue...... said...

will be great to see yours done at GDITC 2011 too..........

Seams Sew Together said...

I am thinking of joining Chooky too have had the book for a while now and this could be the motivation I need. Time is my problem

jindiscottage said...

Love the fabrics you've chosen...all the different fabric combinations are going to make for a great display of finished quilts. I'm looking forward to stitching-a-long with everyone.

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