Finish it up Friday- "He said, She said"

Out on my morning walk yesterday I found that someone had accented this building with just the right color to go with my wall-hanging! I have seen this building in many states of graffiti but this was so cool.  The sun is a little bright but that is okay with me. 

This is the pattern by LA modern guild member Liz Harvantine. I just love it. I made a version of this wall-hanging earlier this year for my niece for her wedding and called it "And there is love".  I focused the text print in the center on the words "& Love" HERE and just went with a wedding theme. 

My version is called "He said, She said.... Love" 24" x 24" This has 28 different gray shaded fabrics in it. The text fabrics I have collected and some focus on sewing and literature for me and phone book listings and newsprint for my husband. And...green is one of my fav colors.  6 shades of gray thread used to matchstick quilt it.  I used this as one of my entries into the 'Shades of Grey" challenge for my local guild. 



...and the wind was blowing. ha Well I went with it. This was so fun to photo shoot.  This one looks like I stuck my quilt on there but the wind caught it and made it look at a wonky angle. 

Linking up with Crazy mom Quilts with Amanda Jean

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Comments

Sophie Zaugg said…
I love it !!! The design is really interesting and I like very much your fabric choice. You found the perfect place for your photo shoot !
Tawa said…
Great photo shoot for a cool quilt.
Very cool quilt, it looks great! Kat @ katandcatquilts.blogspot.com
Very cool quilt, it looks great! Kat @ katandcatquilts.blogspot.com
Debbie said…
Very cool. I've been admiring this block and I love your take on it!
Wendy said…
Beautiful! Love the colour scheme and it.looks like it was perfectly pieced
Wendy said…
Beautiful! Love the colour scheme and it.looks like it was perfectly pieced
Malu said…
This is just gorgeous. I love it.šŸ˜
Malu said…
This is just gorgeous. I love it.šŸ˜
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Kris PK said…
Love, love, love this quilt and your photos. What a gorgeous quilt, and you are so clever to have recognized the perfect photo location when you found it.
Kaja said…
This is a gorgeous quilt and how quick of you to spot that the graffiti was going to match - it makes for a really effective set of photos. Can I ask how you keep the quilt up on the wall?
Hi Kris! This is beautiful and very inspiring! Fantastic photos, too! x Teje
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Jen said…
This pattern is really great and I love what you did with it last time AND this time! And awesome photo location, it matches your quilt perfectly.
Jenny L said…
I also love this design. But I particularly love your colour ways on this and your earlier version. You should enter one of them into the Bloggers Festival if you haven't already. You'd get my vote!

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