Wednesday, October 12, 2011

wip with my go! baby


I finally broke down and purchased a Go! Baby while visiting Colorado last week.  There is a fun, crafty store called Fringe in Salida, Colorado.  They sell a wonderful selection of fabrics, yarns, and gifts.  They also have a nice class schedule each month.  I always try to visit Fringe when I am in Colorado, and this time they were having a sale : )  I came home with a Go! Baby and the tumbler and 2.5 inch strip dies.  I am now deciding what new dies I need to add to my collection!

My fabric stash in Colorado is limited but this is what I came up with while I was there using the tumbler die:


I really like the wavy colorful design of this little mini quilt and I will probably end up hand stitching with more color.
Do you have any suggestions for me?


I pieced a circle with some of the leftover tumbler blocks so I need to decide what to do with it too : )
What an easy way to make a color wheel.


I wonder what die I should get next?

You didn't think we would go to Colorado without Tiger, did you?  He hates the long drive in the car, but he loves the destination!



piece,
elizabeth

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7 comments:

Melissa @ Sew BitterSweet Designs said...

Love the tumbler quilt! The colors are great :)

Debbie said...

I've been wondering if I'd really use the go.baby. If I had one, the tumbler die would definitely be one I got! Your little quilt looks great in the solids!

Rebecca Lynne said...

Ugh, I am wanting a Go Baby even more now! The tumblr looks amazing!!! Beautiful. Thank you for sharing...

randi said...

i love tumblers! i made a tumbler quilt with my go baby too. just need to bind it....:)

Kerstin said...

I am more and more convinced that I need a Go Baby! Great tumblr quilt, I really like you color combination.

Carla said...

You can never go wrong with tumblers. Love the colors. Maybe do some echoing?

Karen said...

Since buying my Go Baby I've been dreaming up more dies to buy too!! I love the idea of doing a colour wheel with the tumbler block.