Sunday, 4 March 2012

'Around the world' - a modern circles MQ

My entry for the Modern Mini Challange:

Modern Mini Challenge  

'Around the world'. Started it yesterday and finished today. Same pattern as I made on solid circles pillow, but this time I used fabrics with prints (tute for sewing circles and some templates will follow soon; I just have some problems with managing my time lately):

EDIT: templates are available HERE.





20 comments:

  1. Love the cities "tag" at the bottom of your mini. Your fabric choices were great and I love the design - Great job!

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  2. This quilt is wonderful, love the lines of it and the border!

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  3. What a fantastic mini!!! Love everything about it...TFS!!!
    ~Terry~

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  4. I love this mini. I t was the first that caught my attention in the linkies:)

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  5. Well done. I love this. Looks like a winner to me.

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  6. This is a fun design and has a bit of a maze look to it as well.

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  7. Such a beautiful quilt. I love the map fabric in the background and the way the colors pop on top of that. Great job!

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  8. Wonderful mini quilt....love circles : )

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  9. Śliczny!!! Wersja z jednolitymi tkaninami chyba bardziej mi odpowiadała chociaż bardzo ciężko powiedzieć. Zarówno poszewka jak i mini quilt są zachwycające. Pozdrawiam Cię serdecznie!

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  10. Love the circles! Great job :) You should totally do a tutorial for this one!

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  11. Very cool mini. It reminds me of the Armollary Circle.

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  12. Great mini, I'm looking forward to your sewing circles tutorial!!

    From Canada, will be in stopping in Amsterdam on our way to Bremen, Germany then Munich and Austria in May. :D

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  13. Kirie, it is just amazing! I can't wait for templates for this. Thanks so much for entering it into the contest! Good luck!

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  14. Love the colors and the pattern. Just beautiful.

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  15. Great use of the map fabric! I am always stumped over how to use it effectively, and I love how ou worked a theme around it.

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  16. congratulations, beautiful work!!

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  17. Love it! I'm voting for this one and subscribing to your blog!

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