lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by J* » Tue, 18 Aug 2009 17:28:43



http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made in
all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might like
the eye candy there.
nayy
j.

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by Patt » Tue, 18 Aug 2009 18:33:28


Well - there were one or two I felt I could live with!!
I am so very boring ... ... I like my colours with calm beauty >g<.
Good job we are not all the same.
.

Quote:
>http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

>some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
>posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
>lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made in
>all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
>craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
>anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
>just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might like
>the eye candy there.
>nayy
>j.

--
Best Regards
pat on the hill

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by Jennifer in Ottaw » Tue, 18 Aug 2009 22:02:18


Hi Jeanne, actually I made the yellow table runner for my nephew -
although he is only 2 yrs younger than I and we did grow up together
in the same household so he's as close to a brother as I could get!
I like to work with bright and unusual colour combinations when I
quilt but my 'living with' colours are quite mild by comparison.
jennellh


Quote:
> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
> lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made in
> all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
> craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
> anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
> just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might like
> the eye candy there.
> nayy
> j.

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by Donn » Tue, 18 Aug 2009 22:41:18


morning, j, and thanks for this site!  I need to give braver
with my color choices and this site has opened my eyes
to the possibility.  I'm such a brown,green,tan,yellow,earth
type of person.  But I do like the colors....I'm mostly afraid
of putting so much money into bright, colorful fabric and
then end up looking at it and not having a clue as to what
or how to use it.  So thanks, again, and maybe I'll give brighter
colors another chance.

Donna
in WA

Quote:
> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
> lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made
> in
> all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
> craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
> anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
> just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might
> like
> the eye candy there.
> nayy
> j.

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by Polly Esthe » Tue, 18 Aug 2009 22:44:37


Of all things!, I'm going through a 'mild' phase and especially enjoyed the
arrangements of her 9-patch quilt.  Polly

"Donna" <wrote> morning, j, and thanks for this site!  I need to give braver

Quote:
> with my color choices and this site has opened my eyes
> to the possibility.  I'm such a brown,green,tan,yellow,earth
> type of person.  But I do like the colors....I'm mostly afraid
> of putting so much money into bright, colorful fabric and
> then end up looking at it and not having a clue as to what
> or how to use it.  So thanks, again, and maybe I'll give brighter
> colors another chance.

> Donna
> in WA

>> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

>> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
>> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
>> lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made
>> in
>> all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
>> craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
>> anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
>> just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might
>> like
>> the eye candy there.
>> nayy
>> j.

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by Sand » Tue, 18 Aug 2009 23:35:51




Quote:
> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
> lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made in
> all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
> craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
> anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
> just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might like
> the eye candy there.
> nayy
> j.

She does love color, doesn't she? :)

--
Sandy in Henderson, near Las Vegas
sw.foster1 (at) gmail (dot) com (remove/change the obvious)
http://www.sandymike.net

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by Idahoqlt » Tue, 18 Aug 2009 23:51:25



Quote:
> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
> lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made in
> all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
> craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
> anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
> just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might like
> the eye candy there.
> nayy
> j.

I enjoyed perusing this site.  Thanks for posting it.  I especially
like the prismatic garden.
 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by Jennifer in Ottaw » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 01:43:40



Quote:

> >http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> > some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> > posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
> > lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made in
> > all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
> > craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
> > anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
> > just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might like
> > the eye candy there.
> > nayy
> > j.

> I enjoyed perusing this site. ?Thanks for posting it. ?I especially
> like the prismatic garden.

Now I've got to go back to look for the prismatic garden!  Still, its
way too humid and unhealthy outside to do much else today - jennellh
 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by J* » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 06:31:23


i was in the general vicinity anyhow.
j.

Quote:
"Jennifer in Ottawa" wrote...

Hi Jeanne, actually I made the yellow table runner for my nephew -
although he is only 2 yrs younger than I and we did grow up together
in the same household so he's as close to a brother as I could get!
I like to work with bright and unusual colour combinations when I
quilt but my 'living with' colours are quite mild by comparison.
jennellh
Quote:

> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
> lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made
> in
> all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
> craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
> anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
> just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might
> like
> the eye candy there.
> nayy
> j.

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by J* » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 06:33:34


yea i liked that one too, Polly.
simple yet so the secondary pattern was delightful.
j.

Quote:
"Polly Esther" wrote...

Of all things!, I'm going through a 'mild' phase and especially enjoyed the
arrangements of her 9-patch quilt.  Polly

"Donna" <wrote> morning, j, and thanks for this site!  I need to give braver

Quote:
> with my color choices and this site has opened my eyes
> to the possibility.  I'm such a brown,green,tan,yellow,earth
> type of person.  But I do like the colors....I'm mostly afraid
> of putting so much money into bright, colorful fabric and
> then end up looking at it and not having a clue as to what
> or how to use it.  So thanks, again, and maybe I'll give brighter
> colors another chance.

> Donna
> in WA

 >> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/
Quote:

>> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
>> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by J* » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 06:35:33


hey Donna,
those sound like autumns colours, just dont forget autumn also has those
gorgeous brights Reds, Oranges and Yellows. ya cant get away from Mother
Natures bright colours in any season. just gotta keep an eagle eye open for
them.
cant wait to see what you try out first.
j.

Quote:
"Donna" wrote...

morning, j, and thanks for this site!  I need to give braver
with my color choices and this site has opened my eyes
to the possibility.  I'm such a brown,green,tan,yellow,earth
type of person.  But I do like the colors....I'm mostly afraid
of putting so much money into bright, colorful fabric and
then end up looking at it and not having a clue as to what
or how to use it.  So thanks, again, and maybe I'll give brighter
colors another chance.

Donna
in WA

Quote:
> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.

 j.
 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by J* » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 06:36:37


just a wee bit, eh.
j.

Quote:
"Sandy" wrote...

She does love color, doesn't she? :)
--
Sandy in Henderson, near Las Vegas
sw.foster1 (at) gmail (dot) com (remove/change the obvious)
http://www.sandymike.net
Quote:

> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by J* » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 06:37:55


got lost on the site and returning today to get thru more of her 882 posts.
didnt see the prismatic garden but will check that one out for sure.
j.

"Idahoqltr" wrote ...
I enjoyed perusing this site.  Thanks for posting it.  I especially
like the prismatic garden.

Quote:

> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by J* » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 06:39:47


Patti,
i could see a lot of your style quilts in some brighter colours.
boring? you? never boring at all. never.
you gotta be kidding. nope, never boring.
j.

"Patti"   wrote ...
Well - there were one or two I felt I could live with!!
I am so very boring ... ... I like my colours with calm beauty >g<.
Good job we are not all the same.

 J*  writes

Quote:
>http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

>some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
>posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.

 
 
 

lots of eye candy quilts, really bright colours too. wow.

Post by Michelle C » Wed, 19 Aug 2009 07:29:09


You're right Jeanne, she's got some awesome, fun quilts.  Going back to
look some more....  :-)

Michelle in Nevada

Quote:

> http://exuberantcolor.blogspot.com/

> some great eye candy here, just keep working your way back thru the older
> posts link when you reach the bottom of the first page.
> lots of the quarter circle arc things like our 'Jennifer in Ottawa' made in
> all those beautiful yellows for her brother? BIL? one of those i think.
> craft today as usual, so not sure which one if either.
> anyhow heaps of those in various colourways on that blog.
> just look'n at pix today and ran across that one so thot someone might like
> the eye candy there.
> nayy
> j.