Rainy Day Spirals and LV Leaves

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15 Responses

  1. chrisknits says:

    Hmm, I am wondering if I can use that spiral idea on anything I have done!!! I love it.

  2. I agree with Vicki. She obviously thinks like me 🙂 Whatever you choose, I am looking forward to seeing it!

  3. Lisa says:

    I think Yvonne’s idea is just perfect.

  4. Your Rainy Day quilt is great, Roseanne! I love the combination of 16 patches and framed 4 patches. Have fun with the quilting, whatever you choose!

  5. Frédérique says:

    Beautiful quilt, and maybe even more beautiful with many spirals 😉

  6. cheriec12 says:

    Hi Roseanne, Seems everyone is liking the many spirals. I also agree. I can’t wait to see how it turns out.

  7. sandradny says:

    oh — love the colors on the rainy day flimsy!

  8. I would suggest several spirals but allowing them to get fairly large so that you aren’t doing too much of the harder, tighter, inner spiral rings!

  9. I love the idea of many smaller spirals (that pic you found is awesome!). I think it reinforces the rainy-day idea—the tiny spirals look like the pattern created by a a shower of raindrops. : )

  10. Judy Blauer says:

    I like the smaller spirals. They make me think of raindrop is puddles.

  11. Jayne says:

    Well, I think either spiral idea would be awesome. Because I would go crazy trying to make many spirals, I would veer towards one big one! But that’s me!

  12. Shannon Fleming says:

    The small spirals would look wonderful, but I think it would be a ton more work. Time is money you know!

  13. Vicki in MN says:

    I think either way would look great, 1 spiral vs. more spirals. I assume that was a type -‘at 1/4″ apart’??? If you do more spirals it will look like tons of water splashes from lots of raindrops. I’d do whatever is easist at this point!

  14. Gretchen says:

    Looks like so far everyone things you should quilt many small spirals. That quilting will make it look wonderful!

  15. Hi Roseanne – I love the Rainy Day spiral layout– looks like a great scrap buster! TGIF 🙂

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