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Thread: Black and White Sampler WIP

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    Senior Member lisalisa's Avatar
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    I know people have been asking to see more WIP's.

    This one I'm doing for BFF. I've just been collecting black and white fabric and building it as it comes. No fuss, no muss. I've been having a lot of fun customizing it to her tastes.

    - The centerpiece at 36 inches is a scaled up "star within a star" pattern. Of course I had to go one better and put the star within a star within the star. Some of the fabric there has pink stains from a dress she wore when she was pregnant. Her belly knocked over the juice. It's a nice memory for her so no worries there.

    - The fairy block I printed. She loves fairies.
    - The censored block (affectionately known as the "Richard block") was per her request. Dirty girl.
    -The NIN block represents her favorite band. Nine inch nails.

    I'm planning on getting a picture of her tattoo and putting that on a block. I'm also sending her kids some fabric pens so they can "design" us some fabric.

    I'll keep this post updated as it goes along. I really don't know how this is going to end up, but I figure posting it here will light a fire under my behind to get it finished.

    Centerpiece - It's 36 inches
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    I love the fairy block. That swirly thing is some gothic lace I got "creative" with
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    Senior Member lisalisa's Avatar
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    One more. I used black ribbon for the "NIN". And yes the last N is supposed to be bass ackwards.
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    Those are sharp. It'll be gorgeous when all done. Great job

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    Very pretty! Are you going to be adding some red for a little "punch"?

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    Senior Member lisalisa's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by retired2pa
    Very pretty! Are you going to be adding some red for a little "punch"?
    I Was actually thinking about that with sashing, although she suggested purple. And of course..there is a purple shortage! :roll:

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    Looks great- very creative & I love how you are making it so personal. Will look forward to seeing it progress.

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    Hmmm, I wonder what's been censored? Great start, please post the completed proect too!

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    Gonna be a cool quilt!

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    I love everything that is black and white. I love the fairy block especially.

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    Looks great so far! Make sure to show the final pictures.

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