Always curious, always seeking and enjoying challenges in quilting, embroidery, knitting and crochet.
Monday, August 21, 2006
Judy's challenge day 8
Ready to machine quilt :-)
What looks like a white outer sashing is the batting sticking out.
Last year I got several 1 meter cuts of children prints, Debbie Mumm, from a nice quilter who is cutting down on her quilt activities in favour of other activities.
She wanted them to be used for care quilts and I committed myself to use them for that.
I have used 2 pieces of blue on the back of this quilt - one with Noah boats and one with typical Debbie Mumm things.
When the quilting is done I will take a photo of both sides.
I will still use a daily hour - or more - on this quilt until it is done, binding and all.
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Oh I like the white around those blocks---it looks so restful---like the sky with clouds floating by or the sea.ReplyDelete
Hanne, That's a sweet quilt. Way to go!ReplyDelete
Your quilt looks lovely Hanne, I love blue and white together!ReplyDelete
That is looking great. Makes me smile...........ReplyDelete
I thought the white batting was an outer bit of sashing too... :) It'd look nice that way OR ending at the blue. :)ReplyDelete
Just lovely Hanne! Glad you mentioned the white was the batting - I would never have guessed.ReplyDelete
what a sweet quilt this will end up being...it sure came out wonderfulReplyDelete
Well done! You exercised great discipline in your hour a day project!ReplyDelete
That looks wonderful, the teal really makes it zing. congratulations of finishing so quickly too.ReplyDelete
What a lovely quilt. You've sure put it together quickly and busted some stash.ReplyDelete
It looks great! It seems to have taken you no time at all.ReplyDelete
I love the outcome of this quilt. Simple but very beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Looks great - wonderful person to donate the fabric too.ReplyDelete
What a great use of novelty fabric without it being overpowering. I had to look 2X at the fabric - I love the effect!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful quilt.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Can't wait to see it quilted. Whoever gets this quilt is going to love it. I like the idea that you made it for either a boy or a girl.ReplyDelete
YAY! Your quilt turned out so lovely!ReplyDelete
Love how this has turned out - very fresh looking colour scheme :)ReplyDelete
what a very cheerful quilt! Lovely job, Hanne!ReplyDelete
beautiful - i love the color!!ReplyDelete
You're done already? Where have I been? I knew I was behind reading blogs, but I didn't realize that people would be posting ready to quilt quilts quite so soon. Great progress; great job.ReplyDelete
It does look lovely Hanne! I'd say a real success!! And from stash!ReplyDelete
Great job on having those DM fabrics to use on the back...*VBS* What a nice way to use them.
Hanne, how did you do this so fast? Can't get over how pretty the variety of blues/greens is, just like clear shifting water.ReplyDelete
I love your quilt more each time I see it. Those are not colors I have used and I don't even think I have any in my stash, but I do love them.ReplyDelete
Your quilt looks beautiful.ReplyDelete
Hanne, you are so disciplined!! Your Judy challenge quilt is beautiful and I love the Tonya letters. Keep up the good work!!ReplyDelete
What a neat, tidy quilt - how graphic it is without being 'over the top'.ReplyDelete