Thursday, September 14, 2006

Quilt Pink


I finished my top tonight - I started out making Judy's Quilt but as you see it became my Pink Quilt inspired by Judy's 1 hour Quilt. I had so much fun seeing everyone's version of this quilt and I loved playing along and creating my own.

Once it's quilted it will be donated to help raise money for the fight against Breast Cancer through Quilt Pink.

27 comments:

Darlene - Dazed Quilter said...

Mary - it's soooooooooooo cute! Good job!

Suze said...

Isn't that just the sweetest quilt. There they are, just dancing along. Even the little cornerstones..... HMMMMM... I will have to store that idea away for use some time.

Bonnie said...

Great job! It is an excellent re-intrepretation of Judy's quilt. I'm sure it will be one of the most popular donations!

Dianne said...

Well, that's just beautiful, Mary! The pink and white combination is so feminine and pretty, and I love the skewed setting. May have to try that one of these days.

I'm sure whoever receives this quilt will absolutely love it.

quiltpixie said...

I love the tilt of the blocks. It makes it really "fun" feeling.

Lizzy said...

I really like your quilt the fresh colors of pink and white and the tilted blocks very nice.

Lizzy

Melzie said...

OH I LOVE IT! =) You did AWESOME! xoxo melzie

JudyL said...

Mary, it's beautiful!! I love how it turned out.

Judy L.

Gail said...

Mary, it is terrific! What a great idea to twist the blocks a bit.

Laurie said...

Ooh, Mary, I love this! I need to learn how to do the wonky thing -- it comes out so quirkily cool! What a wonderful Quilt Pink quilt. And what a great cause!

Marcie said...

Wow Mary, that is sooo darling! I love pink! Here you started after me and I still have to add my borders! I promise it will be this month!

Tazzie said...

Ohhh Mary, I love love love it! Thank goodness it's going to such a wonderful cause, if it wasn't, it may be hard to part with ...
*hugs*
Tazzie
:-)

Karen said...

Mary, I love the pink quilt. Great job on the setting.
Karen in OK

KCQuilter said...

Ohmigosh, that is a stunning quilt!!! The colors are so gorgeous. I love using those tilted frames and it is perfect for this quilt. Great job.

cher said...

what a wonderful setting- it adds just the right touch of fun! beautiful job as always Mary.

Norma said...

Your version is wonderful! I love it!

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

Don't you just love it when you start out making one quilt and it turns into another! Great job!

Cheers!

Evelyn

Passionate Quilter said...

Man, you are quick! I remember when you were just pulling and testing fabrics! It turned out great and how nice of you to donate to the cause in yet another way! You go girl!

Linda_J said...

Very nice, Mary! I spotted some of that "Quilt Pink" fabric at the quilt shop on Weds but didn't get any. (Too close to "allowance" day to spend much money.) But at least I know what color that fabric REALLY is now, LOL.

Sweet P said...

You have made one BEAUTIFUL pink quilt. I hope it brings in lots of money for Breast Cancer research.

dot said...

great job. This turned out really fun. Someone is going to love to get this as a recovery gift.

Pam said...

too fun!! wonderful...cheerful..happy...way to go!

ForestJane said...

Ohhh, so pretty! I like the wonky setting and the little corner border details too. :)

Great work!

Jodie said...

Mary you version looks great! I love how it has turned out.

Jodie

Judy said...

Oh I think this turned out so fantastic, Mary!! I love this one almost the best of all of them!

Hedgehog said...

I love your take on Judy's quilt and it really works well with those bright quilt pink fabrics!!

Doodlebug Gail said...

Wow, that is so pretty. I love the way you chose to set it. And good for you for using it to benefit such a good cause.