Blogger’s Quilt Festival – Spring 2014 – A Lot of Look

So I had a look back to see what I entered into the Blogger’s Quilt Festival last time around. I was shocked! While it was only late last year, I am amazed at the progress I have made since then. Who was that baby quilter? What a difference six months makes.
I’m only entering one quilt this season, as I feel like many of the others have had their time in the spotlight elsewhere. They’re ready to hang their bindings up and chillax. Mr. A Lot of Look though, well, he loves the spotlight, can’t get enough of it, in fact.

I even saw him practicing in the mirror, “Alright, Mr. Sparkles, I’m ready for my close-up.”

Diva.

A Lot of Look was made in December 2013 for a very special long-distance friend, and her own new diva addition. I’m entering it in the Modern category because of it’s reliance on simple design, bold colour, and a strong use of shape. Wait, did I just describe myself?

Title: A Lot of Look
Size: 36″ x 36″
Quilt Design: Flying Geese
Patch size: 3″ x 6″
Quilting: Rainbow variegated thread, straight line quilting by me
Binding: Machine stitched front and back
Front Fabrics: Art Gallery Oval Elements & Moda Simply Color by V and Co. Ombres
Backing Fabrics: Art Gallery Fabrics, Carnaby Street, Lustrous Go-Go London
Label: Fabric label made by me, text written with Sharpie Stained markers
Favourite Part: That it looks exactly like it did in my head.
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16 Responses

  1. Gee wiz Molli….it's sure fancy enough! Those solid shade changes are too perfect….are you sure you haven't photoshopped this one?

  2. Lynn Wilson says:

    Ding-dang-doodle! You have no right to be so good after such a short time! That is beautiful!

  3. Laurelle says:

    Love the effect you achieved with the Ombres. Beautiful 🙂

  4. Brenda says:

    It is a fun quilt, indeed. Love the perfect gradation of the colors. It just works beautifully.

  5. Awesome job – love it!

  6. Very nice. I like how (at least in the first picture) the ombre combined with the bright, bold colors gives it an almost shiny appearance. I am also impressed with how well your seams match – always seems to be a struggle for me, though I'm improving. Any tips?

  7. Major eye candy! Beautifully done 🙂 I am embarking on the Flying Geese parade myself. . . what method did you use? Those points are perfect!!

  8. Dropping by from BQF, smart design and great execution 😀

  9. Julia says:

    This is the kind of quilt I would make: bright colors, simple shapes. Definitely makes me happy!

  10. Charlotte says:

    I love this so much! The ombre is fantastic in this design.

  11. Kirsten says:

    Such a stunning quilt – love the ombre fabrics too!

  12. Jessamie says:

    Love the boldness of this quilt! You've managed to get some very bold colours to play nicely together – normally I would be looking for something to calm it down and yet this really doesn't need that Love it!!!

  13. CitricSugar says:

    What's a BQF without a Molli Sparkles? 🙂

    I do love this one – your use of the ombre is inspired but instead of letting fade away, you pumped up the volume!

  14. I love those fabrics too! I keep buying and using them – great work!

  15. I love the colour combinations and hues you have used-beautiful.

  16. Anne says:

    I figured Pat Bravo couldn't be wrong, so I gave this beauty a vote. 😀

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