Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Black and White Blog Hop


When I saw that Carla at Creatin' in the Sticks was doing a Black and White Blog Hop I jumped on board!  I love black and white prints and it was also the motivation for me to finish this quilt that had been sitting as a top for months.  The pattern in Brimfield Awakening and it's English Paper Pieced.




 Here are my individual blocks:









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For the quilting on this project I decided to do a simple all over fill with a few different patterns.




I love the final project!  It's fun to look at all the prints.


 

Be sure to check out all the other fun projects on the hop!

If you enjoyed my project join my Machine Applique Adventures Facebook group!  I post link to all my blog posts there weekly (four times a week...I know, crazy right?!) and share all sorts of other quilty ideas and inspirations.




Black and White Blog Hop Schedule
Monday, January 21st


Tuesday, January 22nd



Wednesday, January 23



I hope you get to quilt today!
Suzy

45 comments:

  1. Gm wow love it looks like alot of work but we'll worth it....happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  2. All pretty fabrics. The black and white really pops against the aqua-blue background. It's always great to finish a quilt.

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  3. Love how those blocks pop on the aqua

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  4. Your quilt is stunning. I love your blocks. Thank you very much for sharing with us.
    Ronelle

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  5. Wow gorgeous! I love the EPP designs, and putting them on a aqua background was a great idea. Your quilting is beautiful too!

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  6. I like that background color with the black and white. Really makes the blocks pop! Of course, your quilting is amazing.

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  7. Your Brimfield Awakening quilt is gorgeous! Stunning with the teal/aqua background.

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  8. I love the graphic appeal of this quilt.

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  9. Love, love, love it! Your work is exquisite.

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  10. What great motivation and what a great quilt! I love when things work out like this and you get a two-fer-one. I have wanted to do the Brimfield block, but have so many other things in process. The b&w is really stunning in this version, not to mention your fine work and quilting.

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  11. So many of my favorite things in your quilt from the color to the construction with EPP. Your quilting is awesome too! Thank you for joining the B&W blog hop. Love this quilt!!

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  12. Oh, wow, the Brimfield pieces look so amazing on the teal background...love it! Your quilting is beautiful, too.

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  13. That is just beautiful! The EPP is lovely and your background choice is perfect. The quilting is also fabulous.

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  14. Just stunning!! I thought these were two different blocks at first glance, with the whiter ones looking more delicate than the blacker ones. But they are identical. Beautiful fussy placement with EPP.

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  15. this is really lovely. i love how the teal makes the black/white pop.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  16. Beautiful. I love black and white and teal.

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  17. Wow! this is so cool. My quilt guild is doing this as a quilt along this year and I wasn't sure I wanted to make one. After seeing your version I'm sold!

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  18. Wow, that's fabulous. Love the background color too. Something a little different than the red I usually think about with black and white quilts. This makes me want to pull out your book and make something in black and white from it! ;-)

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  19. Black and white and that clear bright blue! Absolutely fabulous. What fabric is the background?

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  20. Love your block! It makes a very striking quilt!

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  21. Oh!! Black and White with TURQUOISE for the Blog Hop. Why didn't I think of that??? Nicely done.

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  22. I am loving your color combination. What a pretty quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. This project is gorgeous and I love your background fabric choice. The quilting is perfect for it, and you did a great job. Thanks for sharing. :-)

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  24. Such stunning quilting lines!! You nailed this!!

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  25. Suzy, I love this quilt. I've never done EPP but this is beautiful. Love the background fabric with the black and white fabrics!

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  26. So much work! I really love this quilt.

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  27. This is stunning with that aqua/teal background. The pp is exquisite!
    Carol Andrews
    QuiltSchmilt@gmail.com
    https://quiltschmilt.wordpress.com/

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  28. This was so worth finishing up. Its terrific. Congrats on the finish.

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  29. This is a terrific quilt with a wonderful choice of quilt designs.

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  30. Love your quilt. Very pretty. I will need to get the pattern.

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  31. Beautiful quilt! Your "pop" of color just happens to be one of my favorites! Your quilting is so much fun!

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  32. Another amazing project by you!

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  33. What a lot of amazing work. I like the surprising turquoise background. Your quilting is so lovely.

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  34. Suzy, what a stunning quilt! I love the block design - I'll have to look into that pattern. And all with fussy-cut perfection! The turquoise really sets off the blocks beautifully - that's one of my favorite colors. And your graffiti quilting tips it over the top. Great binding... I say it's a prize-winner! If nothing else, it's a treasure. Beautiful.

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  35. WoW, I love this quilt. The turquoise background really makes those black and white prints in your block just stand out. Loved the quilting also. Such a cool pattern, thanks for sharing it today.

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  36. Love the turquoise, love the quilting, and love the black and white! Thanks for sharing.

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  37. One of my very favorite black and white projects on this blog hop. GORGEOUS!!!

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  38. The turquoise is so beautiful with the black and white!

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