This quilt is full of "special" hoarded fabrics from my stash that make me smile. I mean look at that wee bicycle! Baguette and a glass of wine anyone?
I called it summer 16 because I had every intention of making 16 patches and building the quilt from there. It didn't quite go that way, but the name stuck! here are some "in the making" shots...
|Original fabric pull|
|This ended up being a big queen like 90 x 90, it was fun quilting! (she says sarcastically)|
|Decisions about binding and backing...We went pink!|
Do you have a favorite summer versus winter quilt? I switch mine out all the time!
Thanks for coming to visit, I'll have more to catch you up on soon!
This is beautiful! And it is big!! I have a quilt top that is almost 90" x 90" which is next on my quilting list. Any tips for quilting something this big on a domestic machine?ReplyDelete
It's bright and cheery. Well done.ReplyDelete
So bright and wonderful! You're brave to tackle such a big quilt, and it turned out great :)ReplyDelete
I have a summer "quilt" that has no batting, just a top and backing lightly stitched together. It's perfect for when the temperatures are in the 80s at night.
Happy, happy quilt. Perfect for warm summer nights.ReplyDelete
What fun fabrics! You were right to go with the pink binding. And I love the backing. A lovely finish!ReplyDelete
Just seeing your quilt makes me smile - it looks so cheery! And the backing is perfect for the project.ReplyDelete
I love the simplicity of Rita's work, too! So fresh and clean looking! You've certainly captured that look here! Lovely quilt!ReplyDelete
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