Sunday, 15 June 2014

Soy Amado No.38

The blocks for No. 38 all had cream in them (with the exception of one - a white background) and that was the sum total of my decision on how to put this quilt together.


The back kind of looks coordinated too.




Sheila made me another Soy Amado embroidered block and with its white background is slightly different to all the other cream blocks.


Thank you.



You can't beat a good gate for an impromptu quilt photo.



And then I thought I was done with photographing this quilt but just round the corner was a view of one of the bays and I thought you'd like to see it.


But by this time Junior Management's photography enthusiasm was waning and let me know if there was to be any more taking of photographs, then it would be her way.


21 comments:

  1. The best photos are taken from a car window. Another winner of a quilt.

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  2. Gorgeous quilt and gorgeous photos! I hope your Director of Photography doesn't have their driver's licence yet ... mine leaves me behind if things take too long ...

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  3. This quilt is wonderful! Very soothing with the cream background. Lots of good help from the junior crew as usual.:)

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  4. Awesome! Love the picture from inside the car! Oh...and the quilt is stunning too!

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  5. This quilt has a soothing look to it. Beautiful! I love the quilting on the scrappy stars.

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  6. Turns out I am a fan of the co-ordinated ones. This one is particularly nice :-)

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  7. You even made my blocks look good, I think there are 8 of them in this quilts. I was afraid with the beige background they would be homely,lol.
    I think I can claim the binding too, My favorites are the stars..not made by me!

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  8. Can't believe you are at no. 38 already!! The cream background has a lovely calmness to it. You must be so pleased to have enough blocks to be able to pick ones to go together. I really love seeing the location shots of your beautiful island, makes me want to visit one day.

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  9. Love photographer daughter refusing to get out of the car ;) Lovely quilt too - very chilled.

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  10. The original maker of "my block" will be thrilled to see it put to such good use after many years! Loving the tour of your lovely island.

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  11. this is a staggering number of quilts xx very well done x

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  12. So exciting to see all five of my scrappy stars in one quilt which I hoped might be the case when I made them for your project. Each quilt is so different, they will look great on the children's beds, each quilt making its own statement.

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  13. Love seeing what everyone comes up with in deciding what kind of block to make! Each quilt is so unique too!

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  14. this is another great one and I love the back too!

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  15. Nothing like a similar background to make a quilt look like it was planned all along! Good one.

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  16. This looks wonderful, as does the scenery!!

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  17. lovely. yes, calm, soothing, yummy

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  18. I think this is my favourite so far :-)

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  19. I was looking at the photo by the bay and wondered what the crop was - it really looked like basil! Can you tell?

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