22 October 2011

Gorgeous Hexagons

This past week-end, I spent a wonderful couple of days in a vicarage in Jutland (Louns if you want to look up the place on Google Maps or the like).One of the things we did was getting DFreind to the point where she can finish her second quilt-top. Yes. Her second.
It is made using the 1" shapes from Inklingo Collection # 1 (a sold-out CD), and is looking spectacular. And yes, you can still get most of the shapes here in downloadable collections, viz. the 1" hexagon collection and the 1" diamond collection. The only shape used here, which is no longer available (unless you have Collection 1) is the 1" elongated hexagon.

The picture does not do the colours justice, just so you know. It is far more vibrant in real life than it is here. I can hardly wait for it to be a finished top, so we can send it off to a quilter :-)

9 comments:

Linda and Monkey said...

What a beautiful use of color! It looks just the way a happy child would imagine a garden. Thank you for sharing the photo! Linda & Monkey

wendy said...

That is spectacular, someone deseves a real pat on the back, what a wonderful way to banish the coming winter 'blues'.

Anonymous said...

a real beauty! espec the setting.

Shirley said...

Wendy just sent me the link to this and I am so glad that she did. What a magnificent quilt.

svelder said...

What a wonderful quilt! I love those colors, too!
Be very proud of that one!

QueenB said...

Tilde,
Just beautiful, looking forwars to seeing completed. Love the colours you have done a wonderful job thanks for sharing.

Laura said...

Love, love, love! Reminds me of a floral impressionistic painting!

*karendianne. said...

Spectacular with a ton of visual interest!

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

very, very beautiful, congratulations!