Monday, October 21, 2013

Mango in Multiples

When I shared the Mango block last week, in no way did I expect to see it in use by others immediately, but I did! First there was Jeannie who whipped up her own version in no time at all!
Wallhanging finished.
Not far behind was Anneliese with a mini Mango of her own.

And what random timing - but Tina/seaside stitches posted the original Mango on Instagram, where it was hanging at the Stitching Stars Quilt Show presented by the Ninigret Quilters in Westerly, Rhode Island. How fun is that?

It got me thinking that maybe I should get to work on another Mango of my own . . .

17 comments:

  1. You are making this more and more tempting all the time!

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  2. Ooo. I like what you've got started there!

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  3. It would seem this block would piece together quicker if the circular cut out was appliqués on top? I've not pieced curves before so maybe it's just me, I like this pattern and am definately going to try.

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  4. I love the colors of your new Mango in progress!

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  5. Looking forward to seeing what you do with this pattern next. How fun to have the original in a show.

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  6. The colours in this one are so fun Debbie!

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  7. I really like all the different color combinations. This pattern lends itself to so many different colors. Really pretty. Thank you for sharing!

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  8. Oh those look like some fun colors, I'm looking forward to seeing this!

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  9. Awesome!! And I love the looks of the new one you have in the works.

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  10. Great idea for the RB challenge!

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  11. Oh fun! And congrats again on the show :)

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  12. Fun blocks! Looks like you started your own trend.

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  13. I love what you are doing with the scrappy block. It's a great design!!

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  14. Ooh, ccan't wait to see what you add for the MQG challenge!

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  15. I have only sewn a few Drunkards path blocks so I will definitely be giving your Mango block a go!

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