Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Too Weird For Words

I bought a cool quilt kit on Craftsy that was deeply discounted... great price!


I thought it was so interesting.  The fabrics were mostly Kaffee, which I love...


but the combination was really NOT made of fabrics I would EVER put together in one quilt.  But I do think it's an "interesting" quilt.


So, I named it- "Too Weird For Words".


What do you think???


Yogi's going back to the vet tomorrow...sigh.  The older he gets, the easier his skin breaks down... UGH!

17 comments:

  1. Perfect name for this quilt! I have to agree with you about the fabrics, but admiringly, I'm not Kaffee's biggest fan. Poor Yogi! Such a cutie! I'm sure he appreciates how well you take care of him. XO

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  2. I'm with you, however it's beautiful. Sometimes we need to step outside our comfort zones, and you did.

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  3. Aww, poor Yogi boy. Hope he heals quickly. Yes, those are a rather odd combo of fabrics but it is lovely.

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  4. It's very busy but seams to work even though I am not a Kaffee fan either...
    Hope all goes well for Yogi...🐶

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  5. I do like the pattern and the fabrics ... seperately ... together the fabrics are to busy for my taste.
    Poor Yogi, I hope he doesn't suffer too much my cats hate to go to the vet.

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  6. I think I love it, but when I look close I have to agree, I would never put those fabrics together. It feels like we are at the Vet all the time lately, lots of skin problems. I hope Yogi feels better soon.

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  7. Love you Yogi from your No 1 fan in England. Douglas the 12 year old Westie xxxxx

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  8. I don't mean to be disrespectful, as I love your quilts. I am not sure if I love this one or hate it. LOL!

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  9. Yogi Snowy and I hope you get better soon. Snowy has just had the worst run with his paw - kept breaking down with his licking, just one paw - but we seem to be on a winner antibiotic now. So fingers crossed for you. Polly the quilt is different enough to be nice - I love Kaffe Fassett but mainly his bright blues, purples and reds. His brown range is oddly nice.

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  10. Ohhhhhh I am so glad to know I am not the only one that does not like his fabrics.
    I have some of his stuff in precuts for various things and uses, but over all, his fabric is a bit weird.
    This quilt is marvelous. I love the actual pattern. The fabrics are crazy.
    Well done. I bet you laughed the whole time

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  11. This is a perfectly lovely quilt....but it just doesn't look like you. The prints are a bit much for me but you did a lovely job putting it together.

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  12. Hi Polly, I hope your sweet Yogi is doing better today. I know our babies need more vet visits as they get older. Pierro just had a tooth removed today he is still at the vet.
    So, I am staying around the house (doing stupid chores) and will bring him home later, all doped up, poor thing.
    Now, I have a question. My son in law LOVES this quilt hahahahahahaaa Do you recall the name of it? or the pattern name?
    I hope you are enjoying some nice air conditioning. I am. I do not like summer when it is humid bleh. I am getting so OLD that I after I vacuumed up stairs, I laid down on the carpet and rested my back lol

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  14. Positive thoughts for Yogi--interesting backing fabric

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  15. My two black scottie dogs, Dottie & Olive, are in love with your Yogi. I hope Yogi feels better soon. My Girls have a vet appointment this afternoon. This is part of it when your furbabies get older. Best Wishes....

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Thank you sooooooo very much for taking the time to leave a comment! I am always happy to know that someone is reading my ramblings!! Polly :-)