Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Traffic

I'm alive.  I have been making things.  Just in case anyone is still reading, this is the Traffic quilt.  It uses an adaptation of the slice/insert technique.  It's inspired by Chicago traffic on my iPhone.  It has my favorite 1/4" quilting.  More to come!





33 comments:

carla said...

Hi!!!! I love your newest quilt!!! Beautiful!!!!

Archie the wonder dog said...

It's fabulous!

Andres said...

It's awesome!

pinesea2 said...

You never cease to amaze me with your inventiveness, Jacquie. Wonderful to be able to look at them and wish........in my next life.

MariQuilts said...

Looks fabulous, Jacquie......I'm eyeing those Marimekko cushions, I really need to do something with my Marimekko stash!!

bellalily said...

Absolutely amazing

Kristy said...

As always, another masterful piece.

Sarah @ mila+cuatro said...

It looks fantastic and reminds me why I love your work!

Paige said...

I love this and the fact that get inspiration from everywhere!

Little Island Quilting said...

I'm still reading! My husband is in Chicago at the moment so when he comes back from the Windy City I'll show him your quilt and ask him what he thinks!

Jan said...

I really like it! Inspiration can come from anywhere.

Unknown said...

Nice to have you back and glad you have been making things. Love the colors in this one.

Ella said...

Gorgeous! The colors make me happy!

MalinisQuilts said...

Lovely quilt! great colors! I am crazy about slice n insert technique!

Jenny M said...

Blue is not my favourite colour, but I love the colour combo you have used. Amazing!

Anne said...

Very much "you" including the orange. I like the deeper blue tones too. Would love to see what your iphone looks like. : )

Anne said...

I see you're in Denver early March. Will you be doing any talks or workshops locally?

Cheryl said...

Wonderful!

Judy said...

Glad you're back -- I've missed reading your posts. As always, a beautiful quilt. Hoping we can get you out to our guild someday (probably 2016 at the earliest).

Leanne said...

I love your quilt, and I am glad to see you in this space. I hope you are having a lovely year so far.

SusieDW said...

I can understand your inspiration... comes in many colors, many shapes. I'm still stopping by often to see what mischief you're up to ....

Star of the East said...

Great quilt!

Annelise Pedersen said...

A beautiful quilt!

ann said...

You never fail to inspire me. I now have a bit more focus on what today's sewing time will entail. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

Valerie said...

Of croutes we're still reading! Great quilt. And don't you just love the 108" backings from Carolyn Friedlander?? I'm guessing that's what you used on the back. Love it!

ChristaQuilts said...

Ooh, Jacquie! I think this is a new favorite! Nicely done :-)

By the way, ever since our little chat at Road, you've inspired me to start researching and learning more about modern art influences on modern quilting and it's been a great eye opener.

So thanks for the inspiration!

Tiffany said...

Ooh! I love it.

treadlemusic said...

So gorgeous!!!! Love the quilting, too!!! Hugs..............

mascanlon said...

Such an interesting design! Love it, thanks for sharing.

Charlotte said...

glad to hear it! Love the quilt :-)

Michele said...

Just fabulous.

Leigh Ann said...

Glad you are back! Gorgeous quilt. Thank you for the inspiration.

JanineMarie said...

Yes, Still reading! I missed your posts and was afraid you had stopped altogether. Welcome back. Your quilts are always a breath of fresh air. So neat and crisp!