"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Let's go bigger...


You shared wonderful ideas in your comments on this blog post about 'where to next?'  with my Nested Churn Dash block.
I ummed and aahed a lot as I read them, finally deciding to check my remaining stash of Tilda prints because I wanted to take the plunge and go bigger!

Another round added on Tuesday....


...which included one Tilda print that is almost five years old. It's the tiny pink rosebuds on solid pink background...


 So from this little 4 inch block in the middle...


...to this 32.5 inch square...

...it keeps growing.

Where to from here?
Stay tuned.

hugs



12 comments:

  1. That´s so beautyful.
    Best whishes.
    Daniéla

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  2. Looks great. Looking forward to seeing what you do next with it.

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  3. That could be a very cute baby quilt. I may "borrow" your idea.

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  4. Wonderful. It would make a wonderful giant pillow.

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  5. Where to from here I wonder, very interesting, your block looking very pretty, calming, can see it on a bed or as wall hanging.
    Thank you Jenny, can see a few tips here too. Have a great day, Judithann :-)

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  6. I love this and it helps to tie in the deep red in the 3rd round! Yay! Keep sharing!

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  7. Absolutely beautiful. Can hardly wait to see what's next!!
    hugs
    xxx

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  8. This is turning out SO cute. I really love the combination of colors you have used. -Derrith

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  9. Oh I really really like this! Can't wait to see what you do next with it!

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