Monday, December 21, 2015

Random Set Quilts

This month on Instagram I've been posting a few random quilt photos from around my house. As I've done that, I've realized some of my favorite quilts are the ones with random settings.










I never realized how many of these I've done! I've got a couple of ideas along this same line to do as an online group project. Keep that in mind as the new year rolls in.

Have a wonderful week!


32 comments:

  1. Lori fantasticas todas tus colchas !!!
    la numero 1 y todas las cesta genial
    buena semana

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  2. Oh, my!! They are all wonderful and now you are going to tempt me with making one. I've always wanted one of those type quilts and I even bought the pattern for the Flags of the American Revolution (and have some fabric set aside for it). Since I'm "almost" finished with 3 UFO large quilts and a QOV ready to put together, I think I will have to consider your project when presented. We shall see!

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  3. Gorgeous quilts...and you can NEVER have too many!! :o)))
    P

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  4. You are tempting me, I would love to make one quilt similar to those presented.
    Merry Christmas to you and your family,
    Carole

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  5. What can I say that I have already said ...your quilts are gorgeous !!! ;)
    I wish you a Merry Christmas Lori !

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  6. Love, Love, LOVE all your quilts! The scrappiness is what calls my name & I love anything baskets too, thanks for sharing...Tammy

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  7. We have such similar taste in quilts. I have made of couple of the same quilts and have the patterns for a couple more. You do such good work and are an inspiration to all of us. Have a Happy Holiday season. Hugs

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  8. That is interesting that you have done so many of this style. And another one coming up, huh? It must be love. : )

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  9. Wow- what a fun bunch of quilts! Love every one of them! Looking forward to your new ideas for the New Year! :) Merry Christmas!

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  10. I wish I could design these in EQ. Gotta have a BIG Design Wall to play with Random Block settings. That's what makes them so Primitive looking. Thanks for sharing your pretty Quilts!

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  11. I'll be on board with your online quilt-a-long. Another reason to look forward to 2016! Thanks!!!

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  12. The very best kinds of quilts! The one on the bottom is esp. wonderful to me with the baskets.:)

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  13. Holey Moley Supergirl!! What a wonderful collection of random quilts! they are all so beautiful--if I HAD to pick (and that is almost impossible) I choose "Rise and Shine"--great sentiment and lovely colors--hugs, Julierose

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  14. Dear Lori,
    wonderful quilts, amazing exhibition.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  15. You have made a lot of beautiful quilts, hopefully I can get going on some new ones this year.

    Debbie

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  16. P.S. Where did you get that "Rise and shine " pattern, if I may ask...Julierose

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  17. You have made so many exceptional quilts! Beautifully displayed too. A lovely collection of your work and style.
    I was just looking at the Jan Patek patterns and Pinecones & Holly Berries 1 & 2, and Where Wild Geese Fly all especially caught my eye.

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  18. You are such a prolific quilter, Lori! I love these quilts for their images and for the colors you use.
    Nancy (ndmessier @ aol.com)

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  19. this is definitely your niche! what a fabulous tour of these quilts Lori!

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  20. What a delightful collection of folk art quilts! Very inspiring.

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  21. I love them all and I can't wait to hear what you have in mind!!

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  22. What a wonderful collection! I do love each of them and I think they're fun because you can keep finding surprises in them long after the first look. Thanks for the delightful quilt show today!

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  23. How exciting! I am pretty new to quilting, so only discovered this kinnd of quilt this year, so I was very pleased that you showed yours (I wasn't even sure what this style of quilt was called).
    I would definitely like to make one with you in the new year.
    Have a very happy Christmas with your family Lori.

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  24. All gorgeous quilts. Random sets are as pretty as those with same-size sets. You work is awesome, as always :)

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  25. Beautiful quilts. Thanks for sharing.

    Merry Christmas and many blessings to you and your family in 2016.
    Charlotte

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