Intertwined in many colors

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I pieced together all the blocks and after I took this photo I added on the borders but it was too late for a photo. Next is to get it all quilted, I have it ready to go and that is my project for tomorrow.

I really love the beautiful batiks in this and it has actually become more of a teal color than blue with the addition of the fat quarters I used. The pinwheels are dark brown and a light yellow batik. I think this shows the true colors the best.

This pattern by Cozy Quilt used the strip tube ruler and is called Intertwined.

Then I started playing in Photoshop for a “what if I had used different colors” and here are some I came up with. Which is your favorite?

One more…..

Don’t you wish we could make “real” quilts that easy!
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38 Comments

  1. Hi Connie, Do you have your patterns or sale?? i would love this pattern. i took a class last year at my quilt guild doing a strippy uilt as you go ( never finished-still a UFO) However i absolutely would love to make one like yours with the pinwheels.
    Faye

  2. As much as I love the colors purple and blue, my favorite is the greens. So restful.

  3. What a wonderful way to preview colors of a quilt. I liked them all, especially the fall colors and yours.

  4. As usual…you knock our socks off…love the quilt, had to show it to Brenda at the quilt shop yesterday evening and she loved it too! I love them all! Have a great day.

  5. oh my gosh. I'm not sure which I like the most. I'd choose between the top one and that very last one. They're all just beautiful.
    Which one is mine Connie? LOL

  6. The quilt looks great in person at Cozy Quilt but I like seeing it in different colors. Great job on your quilt!

  7. Your quilt is beautiful! I love the batiks! I just have to get me some! That was fun seeing the quilt in different colors! 🙂

  8. Connie – that is so cool to switch the colors that way! I like them all except for the yellow. What a fun pattern for batiks!

  9. Wowzer! Wonderful quilt, Connie. I love the 'actual' one, but the others are fun to look at. They are all so great I would be very hard pressed to pick a favorite… hmmmm, I am partial to green. lol

  10. They are all gorgeous but the first one is my favorite….then the green. …hope your day wonderful…:o)

  11. Wow! What a fantastic idea! I also like it in green. I think I'll use that in the future, I didn't realize Photoshop could make things look that…realistically colored.

  12. My favourite quilt you have ever done Connie. Gorgeous ! I'll have one in every colour please!!!!

  13. I love the bottom one!!
    How have you been? We are good just busy!
    You sew very lovely…:):)
    Trustinghim~
    Annamarie

  14. You certainly are an expert in making quilts and an expert in Photoshop. My favorite is your 'real' one, and the second is the other blue one. Gorgeous quilt!

  15. I like all of them, especially the blue. But your original is my very favorite as it reminds me of land, water and sky.

  16. Your original colors are my favorite but it was fun to see the quilt in different colors!! Beautiful!

  17. I like the original colors the very best, and secondly I like the blue…then the green. Interesting concept to see so many color options on the computer with the switch of a button!!! Love Technology! This is going to be a very lovely quilt.

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