Monday, May 15, 2006

Justice is Done

Ok, sorry, couldn't resist the title... :)



Here's JUSTICE with the ice added. I think people got the idea that they were already attached together because I took that picture of them on the same background as the back of the letters, but they're not.

I have two fabrics with different patriotic motifs on them, the next 4 blocks are from the fabric with smaller designs - these made up into 6 inch squares.





Above are my two favorite ones, a little star, and the cat in the watermelon. :) Not sure if I'll add another round of logs to these or not, depends on where in the quilt they end up. There's also a few more designs in this fabric that I haven't used yet, two angels, a horse, an eagle, a shield and star thing.

10 comments:

Finn said...

Your pieced letters are looking great Jane..*VBS* I like that you are making a special quilt from that celebration of July fabric!! Jeanne over at Spiral has quilts and wallhanging for each season and holiday...wish I had thought of that...*VBS*

Nellie Bass Durand said...

What Fun!

Laura said...

This is looking so fun, I can't wait to see the finished quilt!

Ann said...

CUTE! and in my humble opinion, it would be an "injustice" not to at least use the eagle motif! But then our family are eagle nuts!

Dawn said...

Oh your letter quilt is looking so cute! I love it.

Tropical Screamer said...

How cheerful and bright.

Darilyn

Linda_J said...

This is turning out great, Jane! Lots of fun things to spot for an atypical patriotic quilt in the color variances of red, white and blue.

rebecca0669 said...

Hi Jane. The long armer I was talking about was the lady at the LQS. She won't stitch on hand pieced quilts. It is just a personal thing with her, not with the machine. Thanks for ready my blog! :)

Rebecca

Joanne said...

Love your liberty and justice letters! Great job!

BTW -- AJ just turned 2 in February -- he was a 10 week preemie, so he actually wouldn't have been two until April if he'd waited! He still has a ways to go to three! vbg

Lily said...

Oooh this is gorgeous! Not your typical patriotic quilt - love the fabrics you are using. There had to be a cat in there somewhere :)

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