Thursday, January 16, 2014

Rapture Quilt Planning : :

Yesterday after finishing a few crown orders I continued work on the two quilts I've recently started, a "Diamond Zig Zig" using AGF's Minimalista and a "Follow the Arrow" quilt with my Blogger's choice bundle for the Fat Quarter Shop. I'm getting close to having finished quilt tops for the both of them, which means it's time to start planning out my next project! I just might love this part the most -- the planning, the sketching, and the beginning!

Beautiful Rapture

This time I'll be using Pat Bravo's newest fabric debut, Rapture. With supplies this beautiful I'm bound to end up with something wonderful! I love every single fabric in this collection, especially Pat's Wild Beauty print. These fresh colors with that little touch of black is excellent!

Beautiful Rapture

I'll add in this pretty stack of Art Gallery Pure Element Solids that coordinate with Rapture perfectly!

AGF Pures for Rapture!

I recently received Pat's very own collection of Aurifil 50wt cotton thread kits that she's designed to match up with her fabric collection colors. Having such an amazing assortment to pull from is going to make for some very fun & colorful quilting!

Pat Bravo Aurifil Thread Kits!

Pat Bravo Aurifil Thread Kits!

I quickly sketched out the beginnings of my Rapture quilt earlier this week, a second Making Rows Quilt idea! I can't wait!!

Rapture Quilt Plans!

How about you, are you planning to start any new quilting projects this weekend?

Maureen  

You can find Rapture and Pure Elements solids currently available for sale in the following shops -- Pink Castle Fabrics, Fat Quarter Shop, The Intrepid Thread, and Stash Fabrics!

30 comments:

  1. These are beautiful! Can't wait to see what you make with them. Making small items for a birthday swap and a couple of blocks for do. good stitches.

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  2. Yes. A baby quilt for my niece. The pattern is Zig Zag Love...I'm auditioning fabrics from my stash today.

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    1. Congratulations!! I've really enjoyed making zig zag quilts these past several months. Have fun!!

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  3. I'm hoping to delve into starting my dear jane this weekend! Eeeekkkk!!!

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  4. I agree! Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!! =D

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  5. I just got a bundle of Rapture also! Not sure what I'm going to do with it yet though. I was leaning towards a wonky cross quilt with the fabrics accented against crisp white backgrounds.

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  7. what are the solid colors? Love these colors - excited to see the finish!!

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  8. so much so little time.. love it. did you see my email..

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  9. How do you stay so focused? I don't know a lot about the Aurofil thread. Do you use it in the final quilting step?

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  10. Yummmmmy! I'm still working on a quilted bag for a friend to give to her mom for "chemo essentials" - a very special project.... but of course what I designed included itty bitty squares / triangles! Slowly but surely it is getting done!

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  11. Melissa quilt along officially started yesterday as she gave us the fabric charts. I'm making at least 1 picnic blanket. I'm so excited!

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  12. Those fabrics are luscious. I can't wait to see your finished projects!

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  13. This fabric collection is very pretty. I look forward to watching what you do with them!

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  14. I love this fabric collection, and I can't wait to see what you make!

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  15. Looks like a fun collection. I love that swirly print. I love the thrill of starting a new project!

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  16. After I quilt some of the tops that have been in waiting for about 6 months- yes I totally am ready to sketch some stuff out and have at it. Love your sketch here. Isnt it fun to create a pattern? I love it!

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  17. I am trying to finish up a lap size quilt. Half way there.
    These fabrics are just awesome! Love all the prints.

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  18. Oh, I do like the colors in those fabrics. That will turn out to be a very pretty quilt!

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  19. Such beautiful fabric--I love the colors

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  20. I'm working on the design for a quilt for my niece! Can't wait to get started properly. :-)

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  21. Looks like you're starting another lovely quilt! I've got one overdue Christmas gift quilt, and a baby niece quilt deadline that's approaching. I've started planning for both!

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  22. Oh, I just love Art Gallery Fabric ~ such pretty colors and always so soft.
    My guild (PMQG) is doing a medallion sew along and I'm doing a Dresden Plate as my center. Did it with the new line from Anna Maria Horner and I'm loving how it's turned out! It's 24 1/2" of loveliness (if I do say so myself). It's got me thinking of doing something else with all sorts of sizes of Dresden Plates!

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  23. i am in love with the minimalista designs and colors! please enter me into the give away contest! i follow you on facebook, and i also follow knotted thread on facebook, and i receive your email posts. i LOVE your work!

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