Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Craftster Lap Quilt Progress

I received several more squares this past week so I had to share the progress on my lap quilt which may become a much larger quilt! Aren't they so pretty all together! I am still missing 5 squares that hopefully will arrive soon, but I may make some more on my own to try to make this a little bigger. Each square will be 12" finished and I would love for it to fit a full size bed. I am debating if I want sashing between all the squares of just have them lay like above. It will be awhile before I get to finishing this top, I am afraid, so I have plenty of time to make up my mind.

11 comments:

Rita said...

Beautiful! It looks great all together like that! That looks much bigger than a lap quilt :) Can't wait to see it completed! Have you finished your lap quilts from previous rounds?

Tamara said...

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Stephanie D. said...

Opinion--I like sashing, because I think you can see the individual blocks better that way.

John said...

uh oh ... i just noticed that i'm the only one that introduced any white into the quilt. is that ok? do you think it looks too out of place? now i'm wishing i had made a more traditional block ...

i just saw your comment on amanda jean's site. do you need any arm twisting to sign up for the tokyo triangles quilt? cuz if you jump in, i'll do it too!

QuiltedSimple said...

Looks so good together - can't wait to see it completed!
Kris

jacquie said...

it must be fun getting all those different blocks in the mail! looking good!!

Amy @ Park City Girl said...

How fun! they all look so great together. I can see how sashing would be good, but a big framing border could get the size you want too. . . decisions :)

artisania said...

Your quilt is so colorful and fun, ack I love it!

AJ said...

Awesome! I would vote for the sashing to make each pop just a bit more.

Karen said...

I agree with Stephanie, sashing would give a little seperation to appreciate individual blocks. I hope you make one of the pattern that you made for everyone else!
Karen

Kelly Fletcher said...

I kinda like them all together like that - a bit more Kaffe, a bit less structured...