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My work in progress right now is this lap quilt made with beautiful Island Batik fabrics. Hopefully I will get it quilted today…..although there is a rumor that our weather will get in the 70’s and if that happens…..I’m working outside!
Last October I shared a post where I finished piecing this wall hanging I called Amber Geese. Yesterday when I pulled it out I still had some fabrics left and I decided I wanted to make it into a lap quilt. I added a couple borders at the top and bottom to add some length to it. Here is what it looked like before.
I had forgotten how beautiful the colors were.
The fabrics I used are Amber Ale batiks from Island Batik. The background fabric is also a batik from Island Batik called Cream – it is one of their basics.
The first quilt I made with these fabrics was my Amber Logs quilt that I made last July. I really love how you can do a search on your blog and find all this info……great diary!
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