It's looking beautiful. Are all the selvages yours saved from other projects?
rachel,it started out that way, but selvages disappear quickly! this quilt contains selvages from MANY of my blog friends. i couldn't have done it without them!!
I heart that quilt too. That robin's egg blue color is what really sets it apart from other's I've seen. Is that a Kona--would you mind sharing the color name?
I love it too!! What is not to love, just beautiful!!
WOW!!! I LOVE your quilt too!!! Spideys made from selvages, just gorgeous. :-)
Love, love, love it!
Oh, it's so pretty! I would never be able to sleep under it because I would spend the entire night reading it! LOL! I cannot imagine the amount of work in this one. And time! It really is so cool.
wow jacquie! this is looking good! are you in need of any more salvages? i have a bag full that I can send your way if you are still in need.
too cool! if it took you 6 months it take the rest of us decades.....
Wow, that's going to be beautiful when it's done. I had my doubts looking at each separate triangle but all put together, it's quite impressive.
Love of fabric, love of tradition, sharing the love (on the web) - it is lovely!; )Marit
That's looking amazing! And you seem to have chosen the perfect blue to go with it - those strips really shine!
I adore the whole idea of using up the selvages! Perhaps I will start with a pillow. :-)
Awesome!! Do you need any more? Or do you know anyone who does? Cause I've been saving a bunch in case I find a crazy like you.... ;)
Wow! That is a lot of work. You are truly dedicated!
I'd never have enough selvedges saved to do anything like this - but WOW it's looking great.
Wow, that's an amazing quilt! I love it. It's interesting how so many traditional quilt styles look great done in selvages. If anyone needs selvages, just ask your guild members, and soon you'll have more than you could ever use! Until they see the cool stuff you make; then they might want to hold onto them.Karen
Wow, what an awesome quilt! I absolutely love how you used selvages in this design.
Do you need any more selvedges?
wow! that is just lovely!
You are truly amazing!!!!
Jacquie, your quilt is a masterpiece. I love it. Congratulations! I hope you post pictures of it once you get it quilted. I would love to see it completely finished.
Oh my goodness!!! that is amazing!!
That's pretty amazing! Hooray for you!
this is beautiful! I've never seen selvedge edges look so pretty!
I LOVE your quilt too! It's awesome! I need to go dig through my scraps for selvages!
I have never liked anything with selvages--there just wasn't enough color interest for me. This, however, is the exception. It's absolutely striking!
Oh I'm with you-LOVE this quilt! And what a labour of love it was for you!! Can't imagine collecting all those selvages...but SOOO worth it!!Well done!Paulette
Unbelievable!!! What patience!
Love it! Are you stitching the first strip and then inserting the second one under it and top stitching? Is that to reduce bulk?Just curious, I enjoy seeing how others work through different patterns.
It's so fun to see the final product!! Grat job!
If that makes you crazy, you deserve a corsage and sash to go with the title! It looks AMAZING!
This is amazing! I'm saving my selvages for a small project... I'd never have thought of something of this magnitude! Gorgeous!
Wow - how very cool! I never have the patience to cut off the selvedges... I totally admire what you've done here! And it's gorgeous!!
WOW that is awesome! I don't know how you sew the edges! Such little seam lines to work with. But beautiful as always!
Fabulous quilt, Jacquie! I have been saving selvedges for some time in case I ever ran into anyone who may need them. Are you in need of more? I will happily give them to you.Cheers!Tia
beautiful!! i've been saving selvages for a while now... no idea what i'm gonna make with them... but when i decide... i'll have lots to pick from!
This quilt had better make an appearance at a future KC MQG meeting!! It's AWESOME!
Not crazy, clever! I love how you used a wider piece with an inch or so of the fabric for your last piece before the solids. It's a beaut Jacquie!
OMG!!! This is excellent!
This look amazing!! Do you need more salveges? I've saved a bunch but don't intend on using them... I'd love to send them your way!
Just amazing Jacquie!
Love, love, love it! i am so envious!
this is sooo crazy in a good way. I love your eye for fabrics.
Oh my - it is great. This will be a wonderful quilt. I love to play with selvages.
I am insanely impressed with your commitment to this. I would NEVER have the patience!!
I've never seen so many selvages in one quilt! I bow to you, the crazy quilt lady! A quilter's dream quilt!
Stunning, just stunning!
crazy quilt lady, maybe? Who cares! That is amazing!!
You weren't kidding! Looks awesome!
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! (can you hear the Beatles singing?) This is my favourite quilt! I wish I had the time, the nerves and the selvedge to make one for our bed!
I’m crazy about your spiderwebs! Lo-ve-ly-, lo-ve-ly!
it's insane! and I can't believe you did it.....now, where's my fabric?? teeheehee.
Whoa!! That is some kinda beautiful! I've been saving selvages for what seems like ages, just waiting for the right moment to begin. I'm a little scared. You've given me courage!
Wow, i love it! And I don't even like spiderweb quilts, but you've changed my mind. I think it's the blue color background.Hey, I gave you a shout out on my blog today, check it out!
Hey Jacquie, FABULOUS! And you are not the only "crazy quilt lady" I've come across, I talked to one in the mirror this morning. Well done, my friend!
Lovely quilt. Someday I WILL make a spiderweb quilt.
It is smashing. This is probably my very favorite selvage project I've seen ever. Nice job Jacquie.
it's great. you may be a crazy quilt lady, but then again, so am I, since I just made a spiderweb too, but with strings, not selvages. its an intense project, but I had fun with it.
One of the most fantastic spider webs I've ever seen! Just great!
Oh wow. What an awesome quilt. I love the blue especially and how it complements the selvages.
Yes...wear the title proudly...this quilt is amazing!
I have been wondering how this was going. Its is your masterpiece Jaquie, its breathtaking!
Totally awesome! I'd better start saving those selvages rather than throwing them away!
What a great quilt! I finally broke down and started saving salvages last year. I just need to pick out a project and get started. Thanks for the inspiration!
you are amazing!
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