Colours of Happiness 7

The piecing is finished. 

Here it is, all pinned up on my design wall, showing how the panels will be arranged. I just wanted to get a photo of it all in one piece before I take the whole lot down and start cutting backing and batting panels for everything.

It’s the usual rubbish indoor photo, not only because the lighting’s not ideal, but also because I suspect only in daylight will the camera come close to capturing these colours properly. They always look either washed out and lacking detail, or luridly radioactive, some stronger than others. In real life, the visual effect is rich and complex, and nothing shouts too much louder than everything else. So roll on the day when I can hang this beauty on the washing line, in the sun, and finally get a photo I like!

I won’t be able to show much progress on this for a while. I have quite a work list on the go right now, and I need to start concentrating on the final Ovarian Cancer Australia quilt for the time being. But I’ll be hand quilting this one in the background, and will show stuff from time to time. I’ll probably get the long panels and corners done first, as I’m still thinking about what happens in the centre.

Till then.

31 thoughts on “Colours of Happiness 7

  1. Looking great! I love how the cornerstones frame the whole thing.

  2. tialys says:

    This will be a wonderful sight for your friend to wake up to in the mornings. Who could feel miserable after feasting their eyes on all those colours?

  3. Love it love it love it 😍… and now you know why I love these colours… one can never be down or miserable with colours like these 💖

  4. claire93 says:

    colourful & happy this most definitely is ^^

  5. nanacathy2 says:

    I just love it especially the centre!

  6. mlmcspadden says:

    Beautiful! Love the little extra pop that the border corners add to the whole quilt

  7. kathyreeves says:

    What a splendid quilt this is!

  8. dayphoto says:

    I think it is beautiful!

  9. spectacularly gorgeous I say!

  10. jeanswenson says:

    As has been said several times already, the colors are amazing! They remind me of the color palette seen in India, a country I draw a lot of inspiration from when it comes to color combinations 🙂

  11. rutigt says:

    it´s a beautiful quilt! Love the colors! You´ve made it again!!!!!!!

  12. gwenniesgardenworld says:

    Wow !!! another stunner !!

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