As I noted when I started this one, I didn’t use her instructions but it’s based on Bonnie Hunter’s Scrappy Bargello quilt.  I’d much rather work in blocks than panels and I used a couple Jelly Rolls from Connecting Threads to make my top. 

On the remodeling front, the grouting is being done today on the hall bathroom and I met with the contractors to discuss the kitchen remodel. I’ll definitely need a break after the bathrooms are done but I want to get an estimate and on their schedule for late fall if possible. 

10 thoughts on “Assembled

  1. Julierose

    I like all your quilts–but have to say this one is really terrific–I like the colors–very relaxing to the eye…with just that pop of cheddar-ey yellow..hugs Julierose

  2. Penny G

    Okay – now I understand why you chose this border color. I just couldn’t see it in the last picture. What is funny is looking at it now the idea of the rust border seems as if it would have been distracting, maybe even overpowering. You are good.

  3. Vivian

    Thank you for sharing this! I had saved up strips to make the Scrappy Bargello and then realized that the panel construction method meant committing to the quilt size at the start. I wound up switching to doing her Scrappy Trips to have design-as-you-go flexibility but I’m glad to see that the Bargello design IS possible to do in block formation.

  4. Judy

    I’m glad you chose the blue, but can see how either could work. I think the blue makes a more mellow look. It’s a great quilt either way.

  5. Tanya

    Just beautiful. I’ve made this quilt but I sure like the colors you used better than mine.

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