It's looking very beautiful don't you think? It's an interesting process working on this quilt, a kind of paint by numbers approach which requires a great deal of concentration. I'm not fussing too much about points as I'm sure no one will notice in all this colour.
Working with all this colour is such a wonderful thing. I find that each time I get to introduce a new colour I feel a burst of joy. Seeing how colour and fabric play together is what feeds my quilting energy. Oh, and I've started to warm up to Peach.
This photo gives you an idea of my process. I make four blocks then pin them on the design wall in correct order. I repeat that for the whole row, making three sections. I repeat this for the next row. Then I sew the two rows of section one together, followed by the two rows of section two.
I sew these three sections together then move on. I don't mark. I do it all visually referencing the finished quilt. It's interesting seeing how we all do this differently. My way is working out o.k. so far, but it might get more complicated as I get further down the quilt.
I'm hoping to get a little more progress done before the next link up, but I'm going on a small quilt retreat next weekend and this is not the kind of project I want to bring along. I'm linking up with Main Crush Monday and with the Postcard from Sweden linkup as well.