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Monday, January 28, 2013

JoAnne's design wall Monday 1/28/13


My friend, JoAnne, just finished her Bali Stars top. It is a Judy Niemeyer pattern. She asked me to post it for her and to ask for comments (she doesn't blog). Her approach to setting the colors is different from the pattern. Do you like it? Thanks for visiting. See other walls at Judy's

Becky for JoAnne

16 comments:

Gayle Bong said...

It is absolutely beautiful. I don't like the quilts where colors are arranged in rows. But these are grouped very attractively.

Jackie Russell said...

Beautiful! I love it!

Lisa E said...

JoAnne did a great job. It's gorgeous.

Michelle said...

It's beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Really a striking quilt! I like the flow of cool colors to warm! Becky, I like your site and would like to nominate you for the Liebster award! Information at

Heidi said...

Oops, somehow I posted that without completing it. Can you tell I am new? Info at http://redletterquilts.blogspot.com/2013/01/liebster-award.html

Rachel said...

That's stunning!

Kate said...

It's gorgeous!

Suzy said...

Absolutely stunning! Look at all those flowing, gorgeous colors!

Cathy said...

I'm not sure how they were supposed to be arranged but I think this is arranged perfectly. It's gorgeous.

Linda said...

Hi Joanne and Becky!
WOW Joanne you quilt is just beautiful!!!! We need to start up our Sunday Strippers sew-in. I miss you guys so much! Wonderful job Joanne. Love it!

Quilty Hugs, Linda

Anonymous said...

Stunning; gorgeous! I am working (struggling) my way through J.N.'s Bali bed runner. You have done well with this pattern!

Donna in KS

quilty mama said...

I think it is lovely!

Christa Marcotte said...

Very nice!! I did this one in blues and yellows on a white background with 50 rings for my inlaws anniversary. Great to see a different rendition!!

Weedy said...

This is beautiful! I love how the colors flow into each other. I keep saying I'm going to try a Niemeyer pattern, but haven't done it yet. I was looking through my pattern stash to see if I have one (other than a table runner pattern) and don't seem to have one yet. Several of Karen Stone who has a similar feel.

I challenged myself to try curved piecing and a double wedding ring a little over a year ago. I don't know what I was afraid of. They aren't that difficult, just need patience.

Kevin the Quilter said...

Unbelievably amazing!