Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Basic Black

I'm sensing a theme.

Swooning with Oakshotts--pattern by Thimbleblossoms--completed
 
 Dotty--completed

 My Granny is Amish--completed


Waiting--pattern by Crazy Mom Quilts--WIP


 
Charm Parade--pattern by me--WIP
 
Mabel--WIP


 
 Sea Breeze--pattern by Canoe Ridge Creations--complete


 
 Quilty Stitches--pattern by Corey-LMS--WIP
 
 Curve It Up--pattern by Sew Kind of Wonderful
Please come back tomorrow for the full reveal of all 12 blocks from the Sew Kind of Wonderful Curve It Up quilt pattern. It's my turn on the blog hop. Oh, and there might just be a giveaway...


12 comments:

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antique quilter said... #

I absolutely love these quilts, your color sense is wonderful!
thanks for sharing
Kathie

Linda said... #

Can't wait for the reveal - everything is so pretty.

Terri said... #

So many beautiful projects! I love how much brighter the solids look against the black backgrounds.

Archie the wonder dog said... #

I love all these projects!

Rachel said... #

I'm a huge fan of black with color. It always helps make the colors pop. All of these projects are fabulous!

Susan said... #

You are the Solids Queen Cindy! Loving your curves.... ;-))

Farm Quilter said... #

Fabulous quilts - always have loved brights with black that makes the colors pop!!

Katy Cameron said... #

Is your theme tune Back To Black? ;o)

Vicki said... #

Oh...Iove it ALL! You have a lot of WIPs there.

OPQuilt said... #

Love this parade of quilts in all their brights against the black. Your quilting skills make me swoon! (in a good way)

Elizabeth

Cindy said... #

Loving the black backgrounds! I have the swoon pattern, but couldn't decide on a color scheme. .Now I know what to do. Also love the other quilts on black, just gorgeous!

Rene' said... #

What incredible projects you have Cindy!!! Love them all. I am behind in my blog reading and too late to comment on your finished QCR quilt but want to say that it is just gorgeous!!! I can't believe how quickly you pieced all those blocks and assembled them into a quilt top.