Monday, November 29, 2010

I made gingham!!!!!!!!!

90 comments:

SewSara said...

wow -- super impressive!!!!

Michele said...

Looks great!

Arnden said...

Wonderful! Have you decided what you plan on doing with it now?

Blue Is Bleu said...

Love it!!! What's it going to become?

Doris said...

Silly girl. You know you can buy that, right?!?

nettie said...

oh wow, i love it!!!

live a colorful life said...

Haha to Doris's comment above. So what ARE you going to do now?

Nicole said...

amazing precision!

jilly said...

I love it...but you are crazy, LOL

blessings,
jilly

Robin said...

LOL! That is awesome. :)

RosaMarĂ­a said...

simple and fantastic!
I want to see it finished!

Gunda said...

Don't know what to say lol
Hugs Gunda

beeps said...

awesome!

Val said...

Beautiful!!

Creative Mom said...

Wow!

Maria Stahl said...

LOL @Doris.

Okay, now I want to make some red gingham.

Tara said...

It looks so good in the picture! I love how everyone wants to know what you are going to do with it now! I've got an e-mail 1/2 way typed to you, but am thinking about calling. Are you busy?

Stephanie said...

Love it! I made a baby quilt like that once - very gratifying!! :)

Katherine said...

Luverly!

Nancy said...

yes you did... but WHY?

Alexandra said...

I LOVE gingham!!

Amy said...

fantastic! I am thinking of all the color possibilities.

Lisa said...

Very cool! What size are those squares? Now you have to make gingham in every color. hehehe

Seams Sew Creative said...

That is beautiful! A true testament to the importance of accurate cutting and seaming :) You title is simply perfect, I can't wait to see how you quilt it, the perfect lines seem to call out for something geometric instead of organic...

Libby said...

WOW!! Really, WOW!!

Anita said...

hehe. Giant gingham!

Jenn said...

OMG...love it! Super cute. So glad to have you blogging again. I've missed your amazingness :)

Kathy said...

Holy cow!! Impressive.

Jo said...

Eager to see what's it going to end up like...

Nicki said...

Ok, this is actually really cool. Not sure I'd ever have the patience for it, but I think it looks awesome!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Yes, you did - but why??? Just kidding - it's pretty classy!

Kimberly said...

...and not at all time consuming, I'll bet ;)

It looks great! What's it going to be in the end?

Kris said...

I love it!

Coleen said...

YAY YOU!

Lauren LiGreci said...

That looks awesome! It is almost an optical illusion!

julia said...

omg, it's awesome! i'd want one in every color of the rainbow :)

Jen of ReannaLily Designs said...

Ok, that is really cool.

woolcat said...

love it! Thought you had taken up weaving until I clicked through from the rss feed. That is some seriously accurate piecing - why doesn't mine turn out like that??

jabeybaby said...

Awesome!

Tina said...

OMG totally in love with it. So simple, yet so intricate. Totally jealous of your piecing, wish mine looked that neat.

Quiltjane said...

Brilliant!

Sara said...

Very great idea!! I never would have thunk that one up;)

Terriaw said...

that is so cool - I love it! You might be starting a new trend here!

euniceoh said...

WOW....i don't think i could ever or even dream of ever making that!!!!

Heather said...

Yay Gingham!!! It's so cute :)

Linda said...

cute!

Julie @ Jaybird Quilts said...

a quilt top.... or a quilt backing... hmmmmm

CJ said...

VERY COOL!! Do tell...

Heather said...

Why?

elizabeth said...

Very nice!

Jennie said...

I'm in love. Seriously. That is awesomeness in quilt form.

I hope you don't mind, but I'll be making my own. In yellow. And red. And blue. And...

Emily G. said...

if my kids understood quilting as much as they love ninjas this would have earned you the title of grand master quilt ninja! sooo cool.

Summer :) said...

That's awesome! :)

Clair said...

That makes you a gingham girl. Remember my paper dolls called Gingham Girls?

S. Anderson said...

This is amazing!

seaschell said...

Beautiful! And massive!

Erika said...

Fantastic!

Karin said...

awesome!!! Now you just need to add one more row of white/gray on the right side to even it out, hehe :) It's fantastic though, and I'm definitely putting it on my 'to-do' list!!!

Quilter Mom of 2 said...

I agree w/ Jenn!!

Linda said...

Very cool!

VeeV said...

You are very clever!!!!
as always...
xo
eva

Alissa said...

Wow - you sure did!! And it looks great!

Sooz said...

wow. you clearly have too much time on your hands... :-)

carol said...

You MADE gingham? Why? I think I'd rather make cookies!

qltmom9 said...

Pretty. Bravo on the perfection required.~

And, yep, we'd ALL like more info on what you do with it. :-)

Lucy~

Anonymous said...

I simply LOVE IT....I am different than all the rest...HOW did you do it? Did you piece the light gray and dark gray in strips....then put the white over from top to botton? That would be my guess......It is really pretty. Thanks....Judy B

Dionne said...

That is friggin' amazing!
Cheers,
Dionne

Carol said...

Wow, you made that? It looks amazing.

Timi said...

Fantastic!!!

ozjane said...

OK...more information required before further comment...LOL

Annie said...

Yeahseee - I'm finallly finishing my "snippets"

Mama Spark said...

Alright, now how did you do that??

Esch House Quilts said...

Wow! Your color choices are perfect!

Thimbleanna said...

Ok. Now, that's AWESOME. You. Are. Amazing!

Shannon said...

Wow...this is cool. How did you do that?

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!!

Cheryl Arkison said...

Seriously cool. And I see you started the barbells...

KateKwiltz said...

Great job!

Have you checked out what the FunQuilts folks do with transparency? Yours is very similar and every bit as cool! :)

Islay said...

Very clever! If a little insane...

WendyLou said...

Oh!! This is fan-freakin-tastic!! I love it!!!

Lisa said...

I saw a quilt like that a long time ago in Potery Barn or some such, thought it would be a great idea to try. Inspired again, thanks! =)

Kim said...

I'm with the people asking 'really?? why???'......

Caitlin T. said...

this is a-mazing and so super inspiring! you've given me lots of ideas. :)

Mary said...

Wow...impressive! I have awarded you the Stylish Blogger Award, please stop by my blog to pick it up. Mary

www.maryscraftroom.blogspot.com

Pink Passion Flower said...

Okay, first I thought you were a little crazy (looks like a piece of big gingham print - that's the point right?), then I enlarged it and saw all the WORK......
Now I know you aren't crazy, you are totally nuts!!
Incredible job, can't imagine having that type of patience.
Well done.

Tami said...

I love that you made gingham. My mom LOVES gingham, this totally gives me a great idea for her birthday gift! Thanks for your creativity.

Renae said...

I completely understand the thinking of "to prove I can", but I do agree this is nuts.

Long live the insanity!

Bonnie said...

Very fun, and gratifying to know that I got to help the tiniest bit in your putting this together!
It was great getting to visit with you again. I so admire all you get accomplished!

Annie of Blue Gables said...

so will you do a tutorial on that? I'm curious as to how you did this.
love your blog
~a

Eileen said...

Cute! I love this so much! I want to make gingham, too! :)