I really had BIG intentions to try something different for the quilting part of this program, and by different I mean not wavy lines. But guess what, that's what I did anyway. A year people, it has been sitting for a year... time to get it done, and wavy lines fit into the schedule. And you know what? I love them. Aurifil 40wt in a greeny gold was the ticket!
On the back I pieced it up. Didn't want to buy any more fabric, I admit it. So I fussy cut some mustangs and put in my coveted 40th Birthday navy letter fabric.
The crinckle that comes with the wavy lines once it has a little wash and tumble is just amazing. Loving my new, just for me, green quilt.
Have you made anything just for you lately?
ps. Thanks to Downtown Dartmouth for the great scenery! The Blue on the mural. Puh-lease.
pps. Will be linking up this week at TGIFF! This finish deserves a celebration!
I love those greens as well! Great finish and all for you!ReplyDelete
Great quilt, great photo of great quilt. Great Quilter!ReplyDelete
What a great spot for pictures of a great quilt!ReplyDelete
I do so love it, Sam-I-Am!
Gorgeous quilt just for you! The back is as beautiful as the front and the quilting is a perfect choice!ReplyDelete
Congrats on getting this done. The greens are great. Love the wavy lines. Great quilt.ReplyDelete
I have recently used wavy lines for the first time on two baby quilts. I'm hooked! Fast, easy, fun, and forgiving of imperfection.ReplyDelete
C+S and that green. Killer. But shame on you for scooping me on that location. :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely love the green background! And C+S is always a winner in my book. :) I love the photo shoot location as well, such a pretty blue!ReplyDelete
This is absolutely gorgeous! Love the green and your pictures are beautiful! Congrats on an amazing finish! :-)ReplyDelete
Congrats on a finish! It's absolutely delicious! Loving yout photo shoot!ReplyDelete
Cool pattern and neat color combo! Well done!ReplyDelete
Any finish is a good finish! I love the design. The blues with the greens is a winning combination!ReplyDelete
That green is just perfect with those prints. It looks beautiful. I really enjoy your photography, too!ReplyDelete
gorgeous!! what colour is the green?ReplyDelete
This is an Awesome quilt finish! Quilt finishes that have taken an extra while to be come finished are extra sweet. I have a king size top waiting to be quilted since April 2014 so that will be celebrated when completed. I love the backdrop scenery of all your photos. Thanks for sharing and linking up with last week's TGIFF.ReplyDelete