QDAD: Mid-March

I have been playing a bit of catch-up today. I was inspired by having some down time while traveling home today from Boston. Finally, I am posting some mid-March designs.

Please note the palettes for the following designs are on the groups Facebook page.

09 March: Tree-lined Street
I loved this palette, and this design is definitely on my make list and my favorite for this month. I am going to try out Nicole’s tutorial over @ Modern Handcraft.

QDAD_09March

10 March: Lines I
I started playing around with lines in this design. It was a hard color palette to work with.

QDAD_10March

12 March: Lines II – Creeping Ivy
Continued playing with lines. I think I want to make a quilt at some stage with the use of lines. I am just not sure if I have that design yet.

QDAD_12MARCH

13 March: Semi-Circles
I love this design, I just don’t like the colors. I think I will play with this a bit more and brave up to try my hand at curves.

QDAD_13MARCH

14 March: Diamonds
The text-y print in this design definietly balances out and makes the design. I like the mix of colors in the palette with the plums, mauves and pink + mustard, tan + black.

QDAD_14March

Please Note: If you would like to make or use one of my designs, please email me (ml_wilkie(at)hotmail(dot)com) or leave a comment below. I am happy to talk with you on options and provide the relevant measurements etc. or have you test out a pattern. Also, if you use one of my designs, please use the following text to credit me the design: “Designed by Michelle Wilkie @ Factotum of Arts”.

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2 thoughts on “QDAD: Mid-March

  1. Renee

    Oooh this is a neat set! I love that hexie tree one! I love the colors and layout of them. Jess and I have been plotting a moon phase quilt for months and months, and think drunkards path blocks would be idea–your half circle quilt reminded me of that, especially in those colors!

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  2. Jayne

    Your designs are always a pleasure to see! The hexies are great! I just did my first project using Nicoles Tutorial. It was fun, addicting and cannot wait to do it again! You’ll love it!

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