Monday, August 7, 2017

Monday Rockpool

Yeah.... ummm.. oops I missed a day

Each time I release a new fabric range, I commission a quilt from Rita of Red Pepper Quilts. Obviously it is an awesome example of the fabric and always looks stunning on the booth,  but these particular quilts are also becoming my own personal quilt gallery of my collections- Does that make sense ?


 I have the utmost faith in Rita's ability with colour and form, not to mention her technical brilliance, so I usually just post off the fabric and wait and see what arrives. She makes every collection look better than I could even hope.


For this quilt Rita added some Kaufman solids and she designed and paper pieced those pointy point blocks... aren't they great ???

Every time I get a new quilt from Rita I think for sure this one is my favourite....


This time I am certain - this one will be hard to beat !

Thanks for joining my Rockpool week blog friends, I won't make any rash blog promises but I will try and pop in a bit more often. (I really do just get sick of the sound of my own voice).

Leave a comment to enter the giveaway for some .... thing awesome !!!
I will announce all the winners on Thursday and get in touch .

cheers



40 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful quilt made with the most gorgeous fabrics! You are both so very talented! Thanks so much for taking the time to blog Jodie. You always make me lol xo

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  2. it is a bit good. definitely.

    I never get sick of the sound of your voice dear. talk to me. I'm still waiting for that post about a muddy puddle and you give us a week of fanthy rockpools ;P

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  3. Love the quilt and your gorgeous fabric.

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  4. I am a huge fan of Red Pepper quilts. As always, she did a wonderful job!

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  5. The solids make the prints dance. Awesome job.

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  6. Beautiful quilt made with gorgeous fabrics!

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  7. Rita's quilt shows off your fabrics brilliantly.

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  8. Amazing quilt! And fabric of course.

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  9. Yep. Rita makes you look good πŸ˜‚ It is a fab quilt πŸ˜€

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  10. Love your work and Lady Red Pepper Quilts is so clever, amazing and generous with help and advice.

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  11. I love the paper pieced pointy points - just needed to use that alliteration in my comment - and the black and white striped binding is a master stroke. A worthy addition to your 'gallery'.

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  12. Rita's work is always eye catching, and especially with Rookpool. A brilliant way to showcase your collections!

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  13. it is a lovely quilt, it shows off the range perfectly

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  14. that is a beautiful quilt and she bound it in one of my faves for bindings. Black and white stripes!

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  15. I Love Rita's quilts and this one is no exception.

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  16. I need lessons in the technique. I love pointy points. Rita certainly knows how to show off your range. I'd be proud to have a collection of such lovely quilts. Beautiful.πŸ’–

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  17. Her quilts are amazing!! And Rockpool too ;)

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  18. So many flying geese..... all pointy. Such a skilled quilter, and your fabric is quite fun in this design!

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  19. Beautiful quilt - Rita's are always perfect! And as usual, that black/white striped binding - love it! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  20. Spectacular quilt...Rita is masterful....your fabric looks so beautiful with this design!

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  21. Spectacular quilt...Rita is masterful....your fabric looks so beautiful with this design!

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  22. I need a baby quilt by October. I think this one would be great.

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  23. That is lovely Jodie.... I have a thing for flying geese and want to make a quilt that is pretty much only flying geese also.....

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  24. What a beautiful quilt! And I always like to be in the draw for something awesome!

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  25. Her quilts are very lovely. Love the fun in your ranges, all just stunning.

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  26. Such a great quilt and it shows off your new fabrics so well, Jodie. I love those perfectly pointy bits and the stripy binding.

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  27. Such a great quilt and it shows off your new fabrics so well, Jodie. I love those perfectly pointy bits and the stripy binding.

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  28. Ooh I do love me some Red Pepper quilts, I have followed her work about as long as yours (although I have never needed to picket, she just never switches off her machine, there is literally no stopping her!). This week has been such fun, even more so because I spent the last two days at the seaside looking at boats and gulls and bee-oy-oos or however you pronounce it! I had ice-cream too...guess that's a given! Thank you for sharing your talent with your infamous dry wit and allowing us to discove your amazing talented friends. A great week on the blog and I heartily agree, you really should blog more ♥

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  29. I totally agree, why a great way to archive your fabric ranges. Looks fabulous. I think you should be particularly happy with this gorgeous range... I still like those cats though!

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  30. Rita is amazing. The design works so well with your fabric.

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  31. That is a fabulous quilt and I do love the pointy bits! What a wonderful way to remember each collection. Every new Labrador is my favourite. I have two favourites at once!!

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  32. Such a beautiful quilt to showcase your cute fabrics

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  33. some...thing awesome is exactly what I like !

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  34. These are such gorgeous fabrics and the pattern shows them off perfectly. A match made in heaven!!

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  35. Thanks for sharing... I love the idea of a quilt made from each fabric collection <3

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  36. I love how the pointy things break up the flying geese.

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Hellloooooo !!!!