Friday, December 17, 2010

Ralli Quilt Close-Up







I know I have done really poor job on these pictures. It has been a crazy busy day but I could not resist taking new pictures of the quilt and posting them for those of you who wanted the close up of this quilt. 
As I said earlier, the blocks are made of 25 two inch squares. 
 
 

14 comments:

  1. It's so fun to see someone else's quilt and go "I have that fabric and that one and that one!" Very nice.

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  2. Wow Sujata! I have spent this entire day cutting out 2 inch squares out of scraps!!! Where did you get his design. It looks so interesting....are there three different squares and you alternate them?
    Love it.

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  3. The colour play is great. Fassett's prints just come alive. Thanks for putting these photos up.

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  4. Love the colours - so rich and beautiful.

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  5. Thank you!!! That's what I wanted to see, which fabrics together gave the beautiful jewel effect to your quilt. There were some surprises in there for me, ones that I would never have thought were in there. It is such a beautiful quilt!

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  6. Dear Sujata Shah,
    I like your ralli design. Ralli Quilts are the traditional textiles made by the folk women quilters of Pakistan and India. To know and learn about the ralli quilts get book written on the ralli quilts by Patricia Stoddard. Visit her sirte for more information www.ralliquilt.com

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  7. Another beautiful quilt!! I was just reading the above comment about Ralli quilts. So interesting!!

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  8. You are a dear to post another just so we can see it up close and personal. It is an exquisite piece of art. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. The fabrics blend wonderfully and give a sparkly effect to the whole quilt. If I didn't know I would've never thought they all came from a box.

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  10. Love all these colorful variations on the "mosaic tiles". Kaffe's fabric is so rich in colors. I like how this quilt look both formal and very rich in colors at the same time. A great design, Sujata!
    ; )

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  11. Your color selections are wonderful! You have sucha good I for color!

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  12. Thank you! Each one of these blocks is a stunning composition. I'm sure I could look at this quilt for hours!

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  13. I'm in a slump! Heaven knows I have fabric!!! Now I need a creative kick in the backside to get back into to what I love. I have left-over blocks from the last Kaffe class and endless other unfinished blocks - some unfinished quilt tops even! Before I start something new I'd like to finish the UFO's but after awhile I'm sick of them. Maybe after the busyiness of Christmas is over I'll get a fresh start. You do lovely work, Sujata, and I miss you!

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  14. What a wonderful colorful quilt!
    So inspiring

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