Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Follow the white rabbit


I took the kaleidoscopes off the wall and it means - no progress. I can only show you the fabrics from Grunge line I'm going to pair it with.


The color wheel has pins all over and I haven't touched it for a couple of weeks. I'm still not in the mood for FMQ exercise. Am I going to do straight lines instead? Not sure. Those worked for my two Skill Builder BoM blocks. As they are ready to become cushion covers.


Yesterday I seen cute bunny design by nanaCompany so I downloaded the pattern and made them right away. I actually downloaded it for my girl but I couldn't resist making some too.


She hasn't finished hers yet. The idea of white bunny is all hers but the line "follow the white rabbit" would suit as well :-) I simply followed the rabbit. I think there is a mistake in Matrix somewhere making me want to do those things I actually don't need nor have them on my list.


Plus there might be secret code in fabrics with dots. They seem to sneak in most of my projects. Is anyone familiar with dotty language?


I like to participate in Across the Pond SAL. The theme for March is shamrock. That's why I put it on.


So, how about you? Are you going to follow the rabbit?


Another proof there is something wrong with Matrix lately. I was in local Irish pub celebrating St. Patrick's Day drinking green beer! Someone please reload or reset my file to get me back on track. If you don't hear from me in few days I got deleted instead ........


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18 comments:

  1. I love the quilt design on your color wheel piece! I think you should go for it (says the girl who keeps putting off her own FMQ practice.) ;) Very cute little bunnies and, of course, yay for polka dots. Perfect little pouches for spring. Adorable.

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  2. I love the line work you have drawn on your color wheel piece. I think it would be great for quilting. And that bunny is to die for! I want one (or 12 - which often happens with bunny rabbits).

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  3. I really like the color wheel lines and the blocks below it look really great with the diagonal quilting on it. I love how these clean lines of quilt add so much!

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  4. Everything I've quilted over the last year, I have spent at least 3 minutes thinking 'shall I do FMQ' and then proceed to do straight lines! You can't go wrong with straight lines and dots! Spots make everything fabric better!!

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  5. Cute bunnies! Stopping by from Let's Bee Social

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  6. the secret to FMQ is Just Do It. I put it off way too long. Start with a square of fabric and batting, move up to a quilt that only has to stay together and be warm, not perfect, and next thing you know, you are ready for something like your gorgeous rainbow flower design.

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  7. Wow! So much beautiful eye candy!!! I think I have the flower print in the top picture. Love that fabric!

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  8. You could try large curves with your walking foot on the color wheel. I like doing that a lot. The white bunny and the pouches are so cute, Vera!!! Your daughter's embroidery is looking very nice too :)

    -Soma

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  9. I love the simple line and design of the pouches and the polka dot design; very nice fabric, embroidery and sense of humour.

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  10. I love the simple line and design of the pouches and the polka dot design; very nice fabric, embroidery and sense of humour.

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  11. You chose the perfect floral for your kaleidoscopes, Vera. That is going to be stunning! Your colour wheel is gorgeous. You think you need a reboot? Maybe just a little bunny stitching break will be enough to get you back on track!

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  12. I downloaded the bunny pattern too as I love bunnies! Now I want to make pouches with it! yours are adorable

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  13. Vera you are one creative cookie! I didn't exactly follow the white rabbit - I pinned it! LOL!

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  14. Oh what adorable pouches with the embroidered bunny, shamrock, and then Polka Dots!! I think the secret language of polka dots is... SMILE! Be happy!
    Susie

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  15. I love your colour wheel and those rabbits are SO cute :)

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  16. Věrko .. to jsi ty na té poslední fotečce? ;-)

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  17. When I read the title of your blog my mind went straight to the Matrix. I smiled when I realized that's where your mind was going, as well. I've also noticed some mistakes in the matrix that are causing me to start far too many quilts. Now I have a desire to stitch white rabbits. It's all very strange......lol.

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  18. Beautiful white rabbit :) and pouches
    Leena

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