Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Cat Eye and Easter Egg?

After quilting all day...I couldn't help my self...and played a little bit before going to bed last night.

I had this great idea, while at the grocery store and thought...of a fantastic block....(in my head that is)!



Easter egg?  Not what I envisioned in my head!
 
And I really wanted to help Judi out with her Urban Deco block...and was trying to make the side blocks seamless for her...cause it's all about the quilting for the most amazing traditional and modern longarm quilter out there...(in my opinion)!!



Cat eye?  Well...that's what it looks like to me....still working on the block...maybe I'll use different colors next time.

So..I did up a Cat Eye block and an Easter Egg block last night!  It was such a successful night....full of inspiration ;o)

~Jenny~
 
 

10 comments:

Karin said...

love it! Hope you took pics along the way to make a tutorial, hehe :)

Ethne said...

More inspiration - just what we all need - now can you wave a magic wand so all the UFO's are completed and we can play too ;o)

Judi said...

OH Girl! You are the best! I need those instructions!

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Mama Pea said...

Those are both awesome! Oh, the possibilities! The cat eye one is pretty cool!

Melissa @ Sew BitterSweet Designs said...

I love your Easter Egg! Adorable! You could easily turn it into an Easter purse/basket to collect eggs in or even a pillow. Argh! I need to get sewing with this new tool - it is burning a hole right through my sewing table!

capitolaquilter said...

Cat Eye - right on the mark and nicely named.

Bonny said...

Hey there, I love your work! My sister and I have been eyeing your Urban Deco Block and can't wait to give it a try ourselves!

I just wrote a quick blog post about it here: http://lovelyritablog.blogspot.com/2012/03/urban-contemporary-quilts.html

Hope you don't mind :)

**nicke... said...

i love these! cat eyes or easter eggs, doesn't matter to me! ;)

Hollie said...

That Easter Egg could also be a cute bee hive. Love your curves.