Friday, November 22, 2013

A Pretty Finish



Well look what I snuck onto my longarm between customer quilts!  With the holidays coming, I have been quilting long hours getting everyone else's holiday gifts quilted up and delivered.  The pile of my own quilts has been growing and I just decided to take some time and quilt up one of my own.




It isn't a large quilt so it quilted up pretty quickly.  I think the finished size is about 40" x 50".  This quilt was made with fat quarters I had won and you can read more about it here.



  For the quilting, I just did some squiggle lines in each block.  I didn't want to take the time to measure or mark for straight lines so these wavy lines gave it a far more casual appearance.


I even had some fabric in my stash that I picked up on sale for the back.  I love it when that happens! This quilt has no home yet but I am sure it won't stick around my house long.

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 Linking up with Needle and Thread Thursday at My Quilt Infatuation, I quilt at Pretty Bobbins, Finish it up Fridays at Crazy Mom Quilts, TGIFF at Never too hot to Stitch and Can I get a Whoop Whoop at Confessions of a Fabric Addict.

20 comments:

  1. A beautiful finish. I really love how the waves in the quilting gives it a really soft and snuggly look.

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  2. Adorable quilt! I like the squiggly line quilting.

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  3. Great quilt, the quilting is very effective ... very nice indeed :)

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  4. That is pretty! I love those colors, too!

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  5. love..love...your quilt. Simple but beautifully quilted.

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  6. Another beautiful quilt! Love the scallop line echo box quilting! Interesting how a mini square flanked in a large block makes an eye appealing quilt.

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  7. swa-wing! I love it! Nothing better than a squiggly line. :)

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  8. I love the simplicity of the blocks and the quilting is just perfect! Thanks for sharing.

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  9. it looks great, and good for you for taking time for yourself, we often forget we deserve time for our stuff too!!

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  10. the colors in this one are great, and the squiggly line quilting looks so fun!

    Thank you so much for linking up to Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  11. I like the squiggly quilting. Mine would probably look like that, but not on purpose! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Look what I got! :)
    http://akainik.wordpress.com/2013/11/23/happy-mail/

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  13. I am LOVING this cute quilt. Is there a pattern you followed or a tutorial? Love the quilting lines you used on it!!

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  14. That IS a sweet quilt. I can see how it managed to sneak in line. Love the wavy quilting. Did you tie of after each block or just wiggle onto the next one?

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  15. ooo, girl! I love that little squiggle! I really want to try that design. It really made the blocks sparkle. Add a check mark to your talley:)

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  16. Lovely! Great quilting choice and I LOVE that backing fabric! Thanks for linking up :)

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  17. Colours and design are great. A lovely quilt. The serpentine stitch is great the way you have used it for the quilting! Most effective.

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  18. Beautiful!!! I love the effect of the squiggly quilting.

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