Rainbow Fusing

Today I finished the layout of the middle section and did a light fuse. I tried to stand on a ladder to take a photo. Here is the best I could do:

Rainbowgradationmiddle

I now have to do the top and bottom and then I will put it on the design wall to check the over all look and make any corrections before I do a final fuse and  do the quilting. I am quite happy with it so far. Even Mr. C was full of compliments.

I took some time off this morning to get my hair trimmed. Tonight we had dinner at a very interesting restaurant, Navarre. You are presented with a list of items and a pen and make out your own order. I liked it because you can get small plates and try lots of good things. We had Buffalo tritip (delish), scallops and lentils, crab cakes, braised greens,  wonderful, wonderful fresh salad greens, dressed perfectly, and bread and french cheese. Oh, and a fabulous Oregon Pinot Noir. One of the tings we love about Portland are the neighborhood restaurants. We go out every Thursday, and don’t have to deal with the week-end diners. We can usually walk in without reservations and we are sampling some wonderful food.

12 Responses to “Rainbow Fusing”

  1. kirsty says:

    I really like this! And I love the banner that you made for church 🙂

  2. Wow! It’s looking super! Even better than your mock-up version.

    Thursday dinners out also sounds delish. What a yummy evening.

  3. Marty52 says:

    Delurking to say that this is just glorious! I love the way you have moved the colors in and out.

  4. JulieZS says:

    Looking good!
    And the restaurant sounds very intriguing, what a great concept.

  5. DebR says:

    This is turning out just beautifully, Gerrie!

    The restaurant sounded good!

  6. Terry Grant says:

    Wow. This piece is going to shout “hallelujah!” for sure. It is stunningly joyous.

  7. Pixie says:

    WOW. double wow. I want to run to the sewing room and try this out…now.
    pixie who’s at work!

  8. Judy says:

    I love it, it is gorgeous. It SINGS!!! I love the way you have blended the colors..very smooth.
    It’s good to hear that you are enjoying the neighborhood restaurants in Portland. They do have great Pinots, don’t they?!!!
    xo

  9. Karoda says:

    Can I just say WOW! again?! This is a gorgeous already…so much flow and movement with colour!

  10. Micki says:

    This is coming along beautifully. I love the way the colors are blended. Can’t wait to see it finished.

  11. liz berg says:

    It is really coming along. I like the color placement…the blues in to the reds and the reds in to the blues…good transition of colors. it’s getting there! May the Spirit continue to move through you!