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Happy Sochi Yum Yum revisited

February 14th, 2014

While I’m on the subject of the Olympics - also revisited is my Happy Sochi Yum Yum blog post from May 2011 (Wow, really… 2011?! That seems like a lifetime ago.)

In 2011 we first got a glimpse of the patchwork we’d be seeing in Sochi. I loved the previews and even more I love how the patchwork has become so prevalent at the Sochi Olympics. Wow. Just wow. Olympics + Sochi patchwork is pinging my two loves. I hope there’s some fabric company in talks right now with Bosco/Sochi Olympic Committee to license the patchwork design into fabric. I need to say that again… I HOPE THERE’S SOME FABRIC COMPANY IN TALKS RIGHT NOW WITH BOSCO/SOCHI OLYMPIC COMMITTEE TO LICENSE THE PATCHWORK DESIGN INTO FABRIC.


IMAGE SOURCE: Roustem Adagamov

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15 Responses

  1. The fabulous Cortney D allegedly said:

    I would cheater quilt the HECK out of that fabric. Especially the teal and the blue. Those patchwork bits scattered around the Olympics always make me happy!



  2. The fabulous Cille allegedly said:

    I hear you… Fingers crossed :)



  3. The fabulous Terri in BC allegedly said:

    Count me in if anyone makes up a petition. I’m looking forward to meeting you in April at the FVMQG workshop!



  4. The fabulous Karen @ BadlandsQuilts allegedly said:

    AGREED… I have been studying that photo trying to figure out how to recreate the pattern.



  5. The fabulous Jane allegedly said:

    Patchwork is everywhere in the Olympics…did you see the American snowboarders jackets? Neutral color patchwork!



  6. The fabulous Tammy allegedly said:

    I think about you every time the Sochiquiltiegoodness pops into view. Even before I read this post. (Of course I did, my sister from another mister! I get you! smoochsmoochdoublesmooch)



  7. The fabulous katie allegedly said:

    Never mind the dang fabric, you’re coming to my general area? The fvmqg?? Now to find a way to invite myself to the workshop….maybe I can sneak in as your lovely assistant. …
    oh and yeah, I’d love me some Sochi fabric ;-)



  8. The fabulous Patty Ashworth allegedly said:

    I would love some of that fabric!! I have been searching sites trying to find some! Please keep us informed.



  9. The fabulous Lynda H allegedly said:

    some friends and I are talking about trying to create the pattern - I think that kaffe fassett fabrics would work best



  10. The fabulous DianeP allegedly said:

    Yes, Monica, I remember swooning the first time you posted pictures of these beautiful fabrics. They were flags and also on the model airplane at the press conference where everyone had them on their jackets.

    So beautiful - I’m always happy to see the blue patchwork background at the figure skating events.

    Thank you for sharing them with us!



  11. The fabulous DianeP allegedly said:

    Just clicked on the picture to see the patchwork bigger, and there were the pictures I remembered! Thank you for adding the link (and proving my one, lone brain cell still works).



  12. The fabulous Laura allegedly said:

    Funny you should say this. I saw a quilt last night on Instagram in Hoffman Fabrics feed that was pretty darn close.



  13. The fabulous Susan in OK allegedly said:

    The patchwork is fabulous.



  14. The fabulous DeeAnna allegedly said:

    I LOVE this fabric style. Plz let me know if there’s something I can do to help.



  15. The fabulous Jane Kaag allegedly said:

    I’m right there with you - I would LOVE to see those designs in fabric! I have really enjoyed all of the patchwork designs. My DH was the one that noticed (and admired) the US snowboarder’s jacket design!



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