Monday, June 2, 2014

Design Wall Monday - Fixing Jigsaw

Not a lot of sewing this last weekend.  I didn't feel well on Saturday and Sunday I had other stuff to do for work.  Though I did spend a fair amount of time in the sewing room looking at options for the Jigsaw quilt.  Last week I pointed out one block for the Jigsaw quilt that was just bugging me.  There was another block in the very bottom row that was bugging me too.  After some debate, I was able to relocate a few of the existing blocks into something that I liked, but the third block in the last row still wasn't working.  After in infusion of few new pale batiks, I was able to remove the offending fabric and find a flow that works reasonably well.  

Here's where I was last week:


Here's where I ended up after the weekend.


The problem block (marked with the X in the first photo) has switched with the 3rd block in the middle row.  The 2nd block in the last row has been replaced with a new fabric, as has the 3rd block in the last row.  I think the over all color shift works better with the new choices.  

All the blocks unsewn, now I just have to resew them with the right "tabs".  Hopefully I'll have more blocks back up on the design wall next week.  

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7 comments:

  1. The flow of color on your jigsaw blocks looks beautiful! It's a pain to go back and do over, but you will be glad you did.

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  2. Wow! Love your color choices. Batiks are one of my favorites to work with. Looking good!

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  3. Yep - the flow of colour looks so much better- great call Kate!

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  4. You have such an eye for quilt color & design, Kate. It's going to be stunning when you're finished!

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  5. i admire your patience as you take the time to get the flow of color just right. it's going to be a stunner~!!

    :-)
    libbyQ

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