Monday, November 21, 2011

More on Super Scrappiness

When I first posted about my Scrappy Super Swoon {here} it was dark outside. I knew I should wait to take some outside pics, but I was impatient, and you know, the weather and all. But today we had a bit of sun, and I got to take a new shot.
 I was hoping for a little breeze to flip one of those corners up a bit, but none of that. I did get to take a pic of the back though, for you who are into such. Pretty much a KONA medium gray, with a few color blocks of my favorite solids from the front - Glacier, Yarrow, Paprika, and a tad of Brown.
I used a bit of three solids in the binding, too, though I was disappointed I used too little to be noticable.
But all in all, I am really happy with my scrappy Swoon, and it seems to be enjoying its new home on our living room couch. It's super.
Linking up with {Sew} Modern Monday and Fabric Tuesday!

Oh, and if you missed details on A Table Giveaway, see here!

17 comments:

  1. Ack! Love this so much. The back is perfect!

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  2. Love the huge scrappy Swoon - BE-ooo-TI-fullll!

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  3. This is fabulous! I imagine it will be enjoyed so much in the living room : )

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  4. I love all the scrappiness of your quilt and it's different from the others I've seen. The bit of color on the binding is a nice surprise.

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  5. Love it. The backing is fabulous. :)

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  6. Love your scrappy swoon quilt and it looks so cosy. Well done. Will link up but my placemats won't be completely finished in time.

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  7. That looks fantastic. I had no idea it was so big!

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  8. Gorgeous - I really love the back of your super Swoon too:)

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  9. I just love everything about this! So lovely!

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  10. Hah! I am very much "into such" and I love the back! Great pictures! I especially like the one on the porch rail with the fallen leaves.

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  11. How clever! Take a pretty complex block and supersize it! You quilted it back and forth in straight lines which created a nice ripple effect. Very nice!!

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  12. My favorite swoon block ever!

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  13. I'm so glad you posted more photos of this beauty, she is so lovely!

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  14. Gorgeous!! Love that you used scraps in the binding too

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