Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Did'ja Miss Me?

Huh? Huh? Did'ja?

Believe it or not, I actually went on Spring Break! Will tell you all about that in the next post (once I download my meager photos), but I wanted to share the ONLY thing quilting-related in my life in the past 3 weeks.

This 1000 Pyramids quilt was a test sample for a new die-cut kit we are offering in the shop. Over 700 pieces - already pre-cut! How fun is that?

Here's a close-up of the floral fabrics that are in this kit.

Can't you just envision this in Kaffes.......or 30's.......or reproductions? Anybody got a Round TUIT they can loan me?


Blogger Sequana said...

Actually, I do have one of those. It's wooden - about the size of a silver dollar. Oh the size they used to be.

I'll send you a pic when I get a Round TUIT......*L*

3:52 PM  
Blogger The Calico Cat said...

love the 1000 pyramids!

I have the roundtuit on loan from the Library, I'll return it when I get "roundtuit!"

5:23 AM  
Blogger Caryn said...

Beautiful quilt! I have a friend who has one of those die cut machines and loves it! If you find a round tuit - let me know where to look!

5:39 AM  
Blogger BuddyPatch said...

I have been meaning to leave a comment for ages, but you have not been blogging much.
I wanted to tell you that you started me on this blogging trail.
Your shop was in the Quilt Sampler,so then I looked at your web site and then the blog and then other poeple's blog. It is like a whole new world,
Thanks Pat

2:39 PM  
Blogger Sarah N. said...

I was missing you! It always happens - just about the time I think to send you an email to check on you -- you show up again!

I love the pyramids quilt! How big are the pieces?

7:25 AM  
Blogger YankeeQuilter said...

Great 1000 pyramid quilt! I recently auctioned one from circa 1890 that had 7-inch pyramids. I thought it would be nice in Christmas prints!

My husband wants to know if this is a charm or a scrappy quilt top!

5:27 AM  
Blogger atet said...

I can completely see this one done in Kaffe fabrics. Oooh -- ok, or maybe some yummy Amy Butlers??? Oh yeah, that would be LOVELY.

1:59 PM  
Blogger Nines said...

Precuts are great!! And 60* triangles are a personal favorite!

9:34 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Oh lovely! I traveled down from South Dakota for the Dallas show again this year...missed having you there vending, and didn't get a chance to get up to McKinney. Good to hear you had a vaca!

2:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One of my favourite patterns in my favourite florals - a winner for sure!

4:03 AM  
Blogger Helen said...

Great idea. The 60 degree triangles will be really accurate.

4:21 AM  
Blogger ForestJane said...

Love the colors in that quilt, nice mix of florals!

1:27 AM  

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