A long time ago, at the end of the summer, I signed up for the IG Mini Swap. Seemed like a good idea[; I hadn't participated in a swap in a very long time. Plus the three months time period to make our minis was such a good time frame that I just knew I would not be under pressure.
Ha! You think I would know myself better than that by now. I started my mini, put it aside and ignored it until now as the posting deadline looms. This weekend I dedicated every available spare moment to working on this epp mini - when I wasn't quilting Christmas present quilts that is.
I am torn between two names for this quilt. Opinions - or completely alternative suggestions - are welcome, please. The names I have in mind are 'Broken Tiles' or 'Shattered'.
The papers are pulled, and I had to take advantage of a rare moment of bright sunshine to take another photo outside.
Hope the sun is shining on you too, wherever you might be.
I love it Susan. Unfortunately you are not in my Group!ReplyDelete
This is so beautiful! Is it ok to post it on my pinterest board? I don't want to do so without your permission and don't find the little button anywhere on your site. How about Emerging? It reminds me a bit of the old days when photos were developed and the image slowly emerged from nothing. It kind of looks like it's still in process, that other colors may pop out eventually.ReplyDelete
Just lovely. I am hopeless with quilt names and ten dot just use the first thing that comes to mind, so I would have called yours Cracked!ReplyDelete
it's so beautiful! I'm not in your group either, boo! How about shattered rainbow?ReplyDelete
It's beautiful. I guess the name might depend on whether you see it breaking up / fading away from the centre out or coming into focus / solidifying from the edges in. It reminds me of an actual rainbow that short of shimmers into existence.ReplyDelete
how about refraction? your mini reminds me of the dispersive pyramid breaking up white light to the rainbow colours.ReplyDelete
Shattered makes sense if you used every spare moment this weekend to finish it ;)ReplyDelete
Reminds me a pottery shards. It's so lovely!ReplyDelete
It's lovely, I think it more like Frantic!ReplyDelete
How about "knackered" , because I have a feeling thats how you felt by the time you got through all that EPP!ReplyDelete
Its lovely though - your swap partner is going to be thrilled.
I'll just stick to Jealousy as a good title, 'cause we aren't in the same group ;(ReplyDelete
Oh, I do think it is beautiful! Not keen on either of your titles, as both a bit negative... It has all the loveliness of a stained glass window, but I can't think of a snappy title!ReplyDelete
I'm hopeless at quilt names, but I do like susan718 's suggestion.ReplyDelete
Love the rainbow colours and low volume background, always my favourite.
Your mini looks amazing Susan - hoping you are in my group!ReplyDelete
It's lovely. Needs a nice positive name though, cos it's too good to have negative connotations.ReplyDelete
Lovely to see this one again! It reminds me of the facets of a pretty gemstone! JxoReplyDelete
Blimey, I'd totally forgotten that you started that donkeys ago. I thought you'd whipped it all together yesterday! It is, of course, quite lovely :-) Naturally.ReplyDelete
Shattered sounds kind of sad. That looks like a very happy quilt. I'd go with Susan's suggestion of Emerging.ReplyDelete
it is so beautiful :-)ReplyDelete
Your project is so cheerful with the beautiful colour range. My first impression was that the colours were breaking through from the black and white background, so I agree that Emerging might be a good choice.ReplyDelete
beautiful Susan, so sad I am not in your group! Broken Tiles would be my suggestions and I haven't even started mine yet! But I do have a domestic mailing deadline so I get an extra week :)ReplyDelete
It's nighttime so no sunshine now .. what a gorgeous mini. Just love your work.ReplyDelete
Oh it's beautiful! How about broken glass as a name?ReplyDelete
shattered is good or if you want a sensible name I would go with facetsReplyDelete
I love it!ReplyDelete
We both are procrastinators - I need the deadline in my face to get me focussed!ReplyDelete