Friday, March 24, 2017

Stash Bee Finish - Get Your Glasses Out!

I'm just going to make your eyes bleed from colour blindness....you're welcome..mwahahaha


I've got commitments up the wazoo so I will make this short
and sweet


The quilt is part me and part Stash Bee Hive #6 2016, thankyou girls I absolutely love it!!


The link to the tutorial post I did for Stash Bee is here and the original version by Ara Jane from Whatarajaneloves.blogspot.com is here


 With all that headache inducing colour on the front I chose a black and white square print for the back


 Sandra from Wise Owl Quilting used a really cool variegated thread in a geometric interlocking rectangular all over panto....say that sentence really fast!!!


Last of my Summer anenomes look great against a squished up quilt.....off to the spa now with a gazillion colour catchers.

Linking up the love while Amanda Jean is on Spring Break with Myra for Finished or not Friday and Shelley who's hosting TGIFF


6 comments:

  1. This is an Awesome finish! I love the geometric interlocking rectangular quilting in the variegated thread. I did attempt this once on my domestic sewing machine. It was alot of fun.Thanks for linking up with this week's TGIFF.

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  2. No colour blindness here I love it!

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    Yes, use all of the colour catchers.

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