Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Bad photo; cute quilt

Maybe I'll try an outdoor shot of this top in the morning ....it is SO much better looking in person.
Thanks again to Kathie for her inspiration -- this one was fun to make. (And it really is cute!)

Edit: I had a question about whether I planned to post an instruction sheet for this quilt and while I did use my GO to cut mine out, it can be made from templates too so I will post a quick instruction sheet for anyone wanting to try it out.


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12 comments:

anne said...

wow I love this quilt, will this be added to your other blog with the awesome instructions, just wondering. Happy Stitching

Kathie said...

the blue was a perfect choice!
oh maybe you need to buy more blue so you can make him a quilt!
I know you have scraps to make more tumblers!!!
Kathie

Becky said...

It's looking great from here. Great use of strings!

Vicki W said...

It's really cute!

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

Love your quilt -- very scrappy! The colors are wonderful.

Nancy said...

Very appealing! I get a sense of movement from the vertical rows. I LIKE it.

It reminds me of Cup Stacking competitions, the latest rage in my area for elementary students.

Vivian said...

I second everyone else's comments about how great the blue works in this project. What a fun quilt.

EileenKNY said...

Mary, ditto on the blue; it makes the other colors pop.
You have so many irons in the fire, how do you do it all?

Andee said...

I like how the pieced blocks added to the effect of the quilt overall, it almost looks like a modern quilt that way! Nice job!

Sara said...

It is a wonderful quilt. That choice of blue for the solid pieces was perfect. And what a great way to use up scraps of all of the beautiful fabrics you've used in other projects.

I'm inspired to try this pattern.

SandyQuilts said...

How cute is that ... I like it.

Andrew said...

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