Sunday, August 5, 2012

Pandemonium animals

A guest post by quilter 501
I finished these blocks about a month ago and now am "gloriously" working on some of the geometric blocks and the house block. What a journey!

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  1. I love love love these crazy animals, can't wait to do mine!

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  2. Absolutely cute as ever, can't wait to see some more blocks

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  3. Love them but my favorite is the blue horse with bird on his rump so cute, great work as usual.

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    1. ah wendywoo, my mum and me said the same thing

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  5. Love them all!! look forward to seeing your other blocks, Kim

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  6. what a fabulous beginning, Love the Little pink pig. This is going to be so much fun , watching from afar... will i be able to JUST watch......

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  7. I like the cow the best. Is that fabric or did you "create" those dark spots. Brilliant, no matter which.
    Isn't it remarkable what a difference it makes to have those corner designs added? They were easy to do and provide a whole new aspect. I'm working on the animals too--but just the animals. Are you making all of Pandemonium?

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    1. I am making all of Pandemonium and have already posted the fountain. I may redo the water in it as I used spots from a KF fabric, but since they weren't round, they look weird to me now. But I will wait and see how it looks when the rest is done.
      Yes, it is all just KF fabric. The black with blue dot frame was from a different line but all the rest is KF or one of his colleagues but from the Glorious Color site. Half the fun is just looking thru my stash for the perfect place to cut a piece. As Kim wrote once, the fabric begins to look like swiss cheese.

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  8. I have the pattern as well. Plenty of KF fabric, including lots of dotty ones for backgrounds. Just chomping at the bit to get started, but am enforcing a bit of discipline to finish a couple of other things first. Great job! I also decided to start with the animals.

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