Friday, January 20, 2012

PiP Progress


No longer a PiP!

~Piecefully, Stephanie

31 comments:

Maja said...

Oh, just love those Dresden Plates!!!
Great work!

LiahonaGirl said...

Gorgeous. It's nice to see the fabrics you combined with the "sampler" background. I'm currently making a quilt using that same fabric as the background and am using many of the same colors. Great Dresden Plate!

Lynn said...

It's beautiful. love the fabrics you've chosen, they look fantastic together. I really need to think outside of the box when it comes to chosing background fabrics.
I just finished my dresden plate too! Just now!!

Carol said...

So cute Stephanie. Hooray for finished a PIP!

*karendianne. said...

Oh! I TOTALLY dig this one, Stephanie. Really great idea with that background. Wow. Just super.

Janet said...

SO VERY pretty - I love it!

Michelle @ the quilted tortoise said...

ooooh, it's gorgeous, love the sampler fabric!!

Cille said...

Stunning and unusual Stephanie. It looks amazing with the background fabric.

Janet said...

Lovely, lovely. The background looks great.,

Messy Karen said...

love it!!

Sandy said...

OMGosh, Stephanie, that is so unique! I love it.

Kate said...

Quite different and quite nice ... what a wonderful creative mind you must have!

Ginette said...

I LOVE dresden plates!! Aren't they fun to make?! I love that you used the same fabric for the background and the centre of the block. Great idea!

Linda said...

Beautiful! It's so pretty. Could even be for Christmas with those colors!!

Michele said...

Really cute! Congrats on a lovely finish :-)

Laura said...

It's beautiful! I took a class on Dresden Plates last year at the AQS Paducah show that was lots of fun. Now I just need to try one for myself!

Maria said...

Gorgeous Stephanie!!!!!

Amy said...

Very cute! I like the background that you choose. Really fits well with the dresden plates!

Handmade by Mai said...

Congratulations another beautiful PIP finished.

heartsease54 said...

This is gorgeous, your backing fabric is perfect for the dresden materials.

LuAnn said...

I need a gift and have a lone Dresden block. Love your idea....and I wish I had a whole bolt of that sampler fabric.

Kigwit said...

I just wanted to let you know that I finished my *first* sparkle plenty quilt! I'm really proud of it-I was intimidated by all the squares-but I love it and am now thinking about doing one in Jo Morton fabrics.

I actually started it in December planning to have it finished in time for Christmas but was sick for three weeks! Anyway, it's up on my blog if you would like to see it. Thanks for a great pattern!

Ramona said...

I am in love. So beautiful and unique. Thanks for sharing!

AnnieO said...

Yummy! Was this a particular fabric line? The colors are sure right up my alley...

Carrie P. said...

How cute is that! Love the background fabric.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

That is adorable Stephanie! So many blocks, so little time.

pratima said...

Beautiful background and a nice contrast to the Dresden! It is lovely to see your plans for PIPs are going smoothly :)

Jenny of Elefantz said...

Oh yeh! Drool....total drool...
Hugs
Jenny
xx

Annemariesquilt said...

What a beautiful little quilt !!
Very special ;-)

Kigwit said...

Can't stop thinking about that background fabric. Can you post what line it is from?

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Beautiful Stephanie! Love the fabrics and they co-ordinate with your lovely kokeshi perfectly. Well done on another PIP finish:)