Friday, September 27, 2013

Rotherfield Greys Center

I have been working on the center of the Rotherfield Greys quilt from Di Ford's book, Primarily Quilts.  I love all of the quilts from her book, but this quilt has everything:  English paper piecing, applique',  traditional piecing and lots of different fabrics.



I've been making 1/2" hexagons for this quilt and another project for awhile.  I talked about them in this post.



Here are a couple of photos of the quilt from Di's book.







I hope you are finding some time to stitch today!  

Thanks for stopping by for a visit!

18 comments:

  1. In a word - Wow! That is going to be a beautiful quilt.What a lot of detail.

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  2. I applaud your ambition in taking this on, LuAnn. And your fussy-cut hexies are amazing. What a treasure you will have when you have this completed!

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  3. Stunning quilt! You are multi-talented for sure...hugs, Julierose

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  4. Wow, what a beautiful quilt! I love the ambition. And, I'm so drawn to that color palette. Enjoy it. Lane

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  5. love your little hexies......Di's book is beautiful........

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  6. Oh my gosh...it's beautiful! I think I need to get her book.

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  7. Your block is awesome dear friend, also having fun traveling on the journey with you, we have quite a few hexagons to make yet and a ways to go until we finish. Looking forward to the next border.

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  8. Making beautiful progress! Love your take on this fabulous quilt - all the blues are so rich. Di's book is so inspiring.

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  9. So gorgeous. Ambitious but oh so beautiful. Love your fussy Hexies!

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  10. What a fabulous quilt! I love doing all those things in one quilt. I'm just going to have to find that book!! Haven't found it in US. Any suggestions?

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  11. BEAUTIFUL!!! What a treasure this is.

    Carolyn

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  12. I have heard so many good things about that book. Your work is amazing, can't wait to see more.

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  13. I too have the book. I'll watch with interest to see your progress. Have to keep on with my Mrs Billings coverlet. Mustn't get side tracked...haha!

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  14. glorious quilts! and yes, they do have it all!
    love you hexies with the fussy cuts.

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  15. That is my favorite quilt in her book. I hope to make it someday, too. Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  16. Luann, thanks so much for the suggestion of where to buy the book. I got it!! and it came fast. Like you, I like all the quilts in the book. I've decided, when I get some things done, that the first one I make is Oh, Dear, Mrs. Tompkins. Thanks for linking to Applique Tuesday.

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  17. What.a fabulous quilt and now I want the book. Going to have to look for it on amazon. I have made some of those small hexie flowers too,,,plan on using them on a border. They are fun to make, but a tad tedious! Yours look great!

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