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Tricky Colours.

Posted on | November 11, 2015 | 15 Comments

Sometimes the camera and the colours just do not want to work together. So the colours in these pictures look very washed out. Time to use your imagination.

Sunburnt Quilts 2015 - Snowies (2)

This quilt is from a pattern by Lisa Cantley of Fig’N’Berry Creations and is called The Snowmen are Gathering.

I have shown the individual stitcheries in previous posts.

Sunburnt Quilts 2015 - Snowies (9)

 

Sunburnt Quilts 2015 - Snowies (8)

The stitching is done with Cottage Garden Thread called Cobblestones.

Sunburnt Quilts 2015 - Snowies (5)

Simple meandering in the quilting.

Sunburnt Quilts 2015 - Snowies (6)

And the leftover fabrics as the backing to finish it off.

A small lap quilt now added to the completed list. Hooray.

Cheers, Karen

 

 

15 Responses to Tricky Colours.

  • Shez says: Hi Karen this quilt is so cute,i love Lia's design's and i love the colours you have used in this,well done my friend xx
  • Pauline says: Yes, hooray, another awesome finish!! I feel your excitement. Love the fabric and the sweet snowmen stitcheries. Makes me want to start a new quilt. Happy stitching!!
  • Joan says: What a great setting for your stitcheries. I love the look of those fabrics. I have found that purples don't want to photograph well with my camera????
  • Raewyn says: Gorgeous!! The fabric range goes perfectly with the stitcheries! Love your backing too!
  • Marina says: What a great quilt. Love the fabrics and cute stitcheries. Cobblestone is one of my favourite cottage garden threads.
  • Christine M says: Your quilt is gorgeous, Karen.
  • sunny says: It's so cute! After Christmas, I'll be starting a new project with stitcheries and a similar line of fabric. Love seeing how yours all came together.
  • Elaine/MuddlingThrough says: Don't you hate it when that happens! I tried last night over and over again to get the turquoise to show up and it just refused. Fortunately it behaved outside in the daylight today! Really pretty quilt. My imagination has saturated those colors!
  • Rachaeldaisy says: Oh Karen, this quilt is Sooo cute!! I love that you've used snowman fabric with your fun stitcheries. Are you keeping this one or is it a gift for your grandchildren?
  • Bev says: Hello Karen, Well done on your beautifully quilted quilt. Amazing that with all the buttons on our camera's I still think the ones that we used the film in took actual colours so much clearer. Have a great week. Bev.
  • Fiona says: oh it's gorgeous... I love the stitcheries and the colours and how you quilted it... lovely Hugz
  • Frances says: Seeing all of your embroideries is making me itch to do some myself!!!
  • Anita says: Camera's are such fussy things!! lol Mine usually cuts heads off. lol Your quilt is gorgeous and the stitcheries are so cute. Cheers, Anita.
  • Mary says: My camera can't sit still long enough to snap an un-blurry pic. I have no notion about colors in pictures. Strangely, I can see colors just fine in fabrics, but colors in anything else eludes me. Thank goodness fabric colors are cooperative! Your quilt is perfect! I can imagine snuggling under this sweet quilt on a cold winter day with a book and a cup of hot cocoa and being perfectly happy! Ohh, Christmas stories with this one. Yes, absolutely perfect!
  • Heidi says: Great to see these sweet stitcheries all set! The colors are beautiful, & a quilt you can use a bit longer than just Christmas:-)
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