Thursday, August 7, 2008

Any Way You Slice It

I thought I would try this pattern called Any Way You Slice It by Denyse Schmidt . I only have 4- 9" squares done and so far I love how it looks! I used a mix of fabrics from Heather Bailey, Sandi Henderson & Jennifer Paganelli and I added the polka dot slice for contrast, which I know will drive my mom crazy but I love the look! What do you think???
On another note I finished this Jonas Brothers tote! If you have a big JB fan feel free to contact me as I will be doing a version of this tote in custom orders only!


Have a Happy Afternoon! Meg

11 comments:

V and Co. said...

okay i love that quilt and i love the polka dots! you better post it when you are done!

thornberry said...

Those quilt blocks look superb - fantastic combination of colour and pattern. I can't wait to see the finished product!

Mary said...

That quilt is such amazing fun! Love the JoBro bag -- I'm sure it will be a huge hit!

Tara @ Feels like home said...

Ooo! I love those quilt blocks. You did a great job. I, too, can't wait to see the finished quilt. :)

bumblebeebags said...

Hey Meg, I just love the look of this. I also wanted to make sure that you went and saw your award on my blog. It is a blogger award for having a wonderful blog. I wrote a bit about your beautiful bags and tutorials. You are supposed to copy the award and put it on your blog and talk about your top 7 blogs. Go check it out :)

Lala said...

Hi Meg!!! I love the way the polka dot makes the blocks POP...

We aren't quite old enough for the JBs here... but I know a few tweenies who would LOVE that bag!

We just made a "TENT" using your Tent tutorial and it was a HUGE SUCCESS... I have linked the tutorial in my blog... :o)

Lala :o)

TerriW said...

I LOVE the way you sliced it for those blocks. Looks fantastic! That bag is pretty hot too but I don't know who the Jonas Brothers are. (I have a feeling I'm too old for them)

Janis said...

The quilt blocks are fabulous! As is the Jonas bros tote.

I'm curious how you did their picture? Is there fabric out there with the photos? I can't imagine you could make your own because of copyright issues, right? Just wondering as I have a 'tween who would LOVE something like this!

Wonderful work, as always!

alaina said...

Hi, Just wondering how I would go about custom ordering this bag. I know someone who would absolutely love it.

Meg said...

You can email me at
mom2ben@hotmail.com
Thanks! Meg

Jennifer Paganelli said...

I love everything you touch miss nutmeg..Jennifer