Wednesday, February 25, 2015

The Elephant Parade Quilt Moves On

My Elephant Parade finally moved on with the addition of more of my favorite solid fabrics, 
Robert Kaufman Kona. Now I just need to finish it. Hopefully that won't be much longer, but there is
the much anticipated arrival of another Monkey Boy that might take more of a priority for me.
I should have made this in blue fabrics!

Sew Fresh Quilts has the correct version of the direction these elephants should be going,
That poor little turtle looks so scared because the elephants are heading right at him!

Baby Monkey Boy (soon to not-be-the-baby) and the other grandson, RJ, tried hard not
to let me get a picture without them. They seemed to like those cute elephants as much as I do!




31 comments:

  1. I love it, Carol. Have you seen the new Zebra pattern she is working on? Cute also.

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  2. Carol this quilt is just the cutest thing ever! I love it - it makes me smile just to look at it. :) blessings, marlene

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  3. Lovely, Carol, the pink elephants are gorgeous!

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  4. I love it, too. And you've inspired me a lot. My pink elephants are moving forward, but I've still some more to go.

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  5. What's not to like about little pink elephants!! Yours are as cute as can be! I need to get busy and make this quilt!

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  6. it all come together very lovely! And had I not known, I would not have thought twice about the direction the elephants are heading.

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  7. It looks fabulous in the pink! I've started mine in boring gray but love, love the pink.

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  8. Awe that is very cute. Poor turtle in the middle of the pink elephant stampede. ROFL obviously mr. turtle was drinking. :D

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  9. I love love love the pink version!

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  10. I've seen a number of these cropping up as they get to finish stages - I just love your pink and grey version. What a sweet little girl quilt this makes.

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  11. Your quilt is adorable! Love the fabrics, the colours, and even the direction they are travelling! Your turtle will be fine meeting them! This quilt is on my to-do list and yours makes me want to start one today!

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  12. I love it Carol and I can't wait to make my own version too. I'm inspired to try it a little scrappy now that I've seen your wonderful quilt.

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  13. I love your elephant quilt, even if the elephants are all going the same way--anyone who hasn't seen the pattern won't know the difference! I can't wait to make one. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Love your Version, and Little frog does not look that terrified, LOL
    I am not finished yet with my Version, but next week I will be sewing a LOT!

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  15. This looks wonderful! Looks great "going one way"...and perfect Mr. Turtle expression :)

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  16. That is adorable. Wouldn't it be fun to do one in blue and one in pink for a set of twins?

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  17. This is the cutest quilt, ever! No wonder the littles love it!

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  18. Your quilt is so adorable! I love the colors, the frog, the turtle and of course the elephants. Can't forget the tweetie birds and flowers...just love, love love it!

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  19. They're pink! I love it, but now I'm going to have that song running through my head all day. :-)

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  20. Oh that's gorgeous. I love the pink and grey!

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  21. Oh that's gorgeous. I love the pink and grey!

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  22. Your elephant parade is adorable Carol! Love your pink elephants! Mr. Frog looks a little concerned for Mr. Turtle, LOL

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  23. Adorbs. Absolutely darling. Love the pops of green.

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  24. Wow! Your pink elephants are absolutely the cutest! How sweet are those polka dot babies? Love it!

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  25. This has me wanting to sing Pink Elephants on Parade. :) I like how your large elephants are mixed in. Nice work.

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  26. Love your elephant parade quilt! Love the fact that they are all going the same direction. Going back and forth made it feel like a regimented queue, and your elephant family is moving forward together! That's a great picture with your grandson and dog. They seems to be joining the elephant in the conversation with the turtle.

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