WIP - End of Summer

The weather lately means it is the end of summer. I still think my new quilt block quilt is pretty sizzling hot!  I love this block and how it came together. So far I added the corner stones and surrounding half stones. I really don't think I want a border on this but will use the orange or yellow for binding maybe. Still deciding.

No idea how I am going to quilt around those jagged blocks yet either. Any ideas?  I have the back pieced and should try to get to it yet this week.

Linking up with WIP Wed. @ Freshly Pieced
Let's Bee Social @ Sew Fresh Quilts
and Needle and Thread Thursdays @ My Quilt Infatuation

and I am the Participant Highlight today for A Lovely Year of Finishes @ SewBitterSweetDesigns and Fiber of All Sorts  yippee...go check it out!


Cheryl said…
This block is super fun! I love how the zigzag pattern on the fabric looks in the block.
RobotMomSews said…
This is so amazing!! I also love the zigzag print...it makes it look like sun rays, giving it movement!
Jen said…
Ooo this quilt is awesome! I love your pictures too, I've always thought that that spot would be a great place to take a pic, especially in the spring when the trees are blooming.
Love the pink!!! Happy end of summer finish for sure! Sorry no quilting input....but agree going with the zig zag might be fun!
Wow, this is gorgeous! The hot pink just pops against that lush green background! I agree an orange binding would look awesome! And as for quilting. . . maybe some triangle or diamond spirals to fill in around the blocks? I can't wait to see what you decide!
Christine S said…
Very pretty quilt, love it!
Wendy said…
that looks fantastic, very striking! For quilting, you could echo quilt to match the design, or you could do spiral circles from the centre of each block to soften it?
Anonymous said…
Hi! This looks fantastic! Beautiful pattern and colours! Pink is great for the background!
Vikki B said…
Lovely! I would do a simple quilting pattern - spiral or straight lines.
Havplenty said…
Love, love, love this quilt. Fuchsia is one of my most fave colors.


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