Sunday, November 8, 2009

I- Spy in progress

You know how I'm always asking for help? Take a look at this and tell me what you'd move. There are a few reds that I want to swap with each other, but otherwise I'm feeling pretty good about it. I'd love to hear any suggestions you have though, as it's completely possible that I have looked at it one too many times!

If you look at it on flickr, be sure to look at a small version as it looks very cool little. Plus there are some notes on certain blocks.



  1. I'm not very good at this, but the dark corner seems over-powering to me. I have no idea how to fix that. Also, see the what looks like turquoise blocks? I'd run those up a in diagonal row instead of having them all in one area. The hard part with making suggestions is not knowing your likes and monitors tend to distort colors. Ultimately, this is your quilt. If you like it, go with it! :)

  2. I love this rainbow quilt. It looks so nice. I can't wait to see its progression.

  3. I love it!! I like the dark corner and the light corner, I think it's a good balance.

  4. It looks GREAT!!!!!

    the only thing that really catches my eye is that the color really tapers off in the light blue section. Maybe a little more contrast there?

    PS--other than the classics circuit this is the ONLY comment I've left all week. Actually this is the only thing I've looked at in my reader all week! :)

  5. Oh wow! Lisa, that is one beautiful quilt. I just love the I-Spy idea. Very creative and how much fun will that be to play I-Spy before falling asleep under it. Unless it will be a wall decoration? ;)

    I think it looks brilliant just as it is. BUT if I were to nitpick, I would say the bottom left corner is a rather dark. I would consider removing some of the 'black' ones and adding several 'purple' blocks in the very bottom left corner. If you have any purple ones.

    I can't wait to see the final product! =)

  6. Sorry it took so long for me to get over here! But I LOVE this! The colors - it's awesome! I agree with the comment that it looks a bit dark in the one corner, but the opposite corner looks light, so I thought that was on purpose =)