Saturday, November 12, 2011

Patchwork Prism

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Hullo there. I meant to get photos from quilt market uploaded, edited, flickred and blogged yesterday but the heavens opened, shining rays of unspeakable light on my sewing table and told me I should quilt instead. So I obeyed. (Seriously look! I never get those cool sun flare shots.) For real, I did have the house all to myself for a solid 6 hours so I moved my sewing machine downstairs next to the design wall and patched and patched and patched. And as it happens its a new quilt pattern for my Janome projects called Patchwork Prism. Hmm.

hope you're having a sunny weekend, xoxoAM

39 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! I love it when I get unexpected time to play with fabric!

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  2. Cool photo :)
    I just bought a new sewing machine from Janome...I love it!
    Can't wait to see your finished quilt!
    best wishes,
    Duni

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  3. what I really want to know is how you managed to get 6 hours to yourself.

    THAT, is the question.

    (and yes, the sun looks pretty cool too!)

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  4. I would have taken the invitation, too! :)

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  5. Fabulous! I need to go quilt now. It is snowing the most beautiful fluffy flakes outside ;0)

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  6. That's some photo! Good for you to listening to what needed to be done.
    Love the pattern from what I can see ;)

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  7. Beautiful photo! I love the chair seat too.....

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  8. Your photograph is inspirational and beautiful. I understand the need to create something after witnessing that prism. :)

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  9. Heavenly inspiration, indeed.

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  10. How unusual that you were able to capture that -

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  11. A little bit of heaven--just the thing for creative moments.

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  12. I'd call that "Serendipity!" :)

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  13. it's meant to be! can't wait to see it!

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  14. so beautiful!! it's like God is visibly blessing the works of your hands! :) love it.

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  15. YAY! AM sewing shots beats market shots anyday! I'm starting on my spinning stars quilt in Innocent Crush soon, and this one's all for me. I'm so excited to have Innocent Crush take over my whole bedroom! :D:D:D

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  16. wow! love that photo! and i can't wait to see that quilt. :)

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  17. I love how you captured the prism while ironing. I guess there is good in every task. ;)
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  18. Oh, good! I'm excited that we might get the pattern sometime then. It looks like a fun one. I've been hankering after triangles lately... and curves. Really the craving to piece never goes away, does it?

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  19. gaah! i'd kill for a solid 6 hours of sewing! go you :-)
    LOVE the prism theme to boot!

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  20. Ah, what a light! That's certainly a motivation to create. Love it.

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  21. The weather has been fabulous here, has it not?? What a sign from the universe :) Beautiful design, beautiful photo. Thank you, too, for wanting to personalize the book I just bought! It is for me, as many friends are preggo at the moment. I will cherish my sweet little message! You're a doll. If you ever need extra hands - remember I'm around!

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  22. 6 hours? Grumble grumble... Heavenly photo :-)

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  23. 6 hours of uninterrupted sewing and sun kisses on your sewing machine - You really do need to take your signs where you can get them lol
    After much waffling about which machine to get (My jenome is a New Home machine - I NEED a new one!) My utterly outstanding man is getting me the horizon 7700 as an early Christmas gift I am SUPER excited! we get it on Saturday and you're partly to thank, so Thank You :D

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  24. Beautiful shot of the light of the heavens :)

    When can we expect to be able to download/purchase the pattern?? LOVE it from what I can see now.

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  25. Beautiful! I think I'm going to start collecting pictures of work spaces in windows. It will be hard to find one that's more radiant than this one though.

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  26. Totally gorgeous!! I love this photo...

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  27. Aaaaaaaaaa - I here the angels singing in this beautiful shot!

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  28. So gorgeous! You are so talented.

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  29. Beautiful, thank you for sharing!!

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  30. Anonymous1:54 PM

    So pretty.

    margie

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  31. and God said... Sew!

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  32. Beautiful!! That would put anyone in the mood to sew! :)

    xoxo...Gloria

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  33. Anonymous9:56 AM

    I am just a lurker on your blog. I love it.
    I have a question, though. I hope you don't mind me asking - Are you paying attention to what is going on in NY? I know your daughter attends school there and it is getting really bad with the protests.

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  34. What a beautiful photo!I love the light!

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  35. What an appropriate name for a beautiful quilt, and a perfect picture! Lovely! Angela

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  36. When the sunshine calls, we must not ignore it. What a beautiful picture!

    I'd love to be making a Patchwork Prism quilt and hope to do so soon!

    Karen

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