Creamy and Crinkly


Well, this quilt is finished.  I spent part of the morning at the quilt shop finding fabrics for a second sample.  I want to use a different layout and colors just to show how they can totally change the quilt.

 That one printed strip on the top of the middle block is making me mad right now, but other than that I'm pretty happy with it.


I knew  I wanted to do vertical quilting.  And added two rows of hand quilting just for fun.

The back...


And the binding.

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful quilt! I love the little accent of the handstitching.

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  2. Gorgeous. That binding couldn't be more perfect for this quilt.

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  3. I love this! So simple, but oh so beautiful!

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  4. What a great quilt - as usual. I love your choice of binding and that little bit of hand quilting. The vertical quilting is so nice on the cream. And, what a practical quilt for newbies. Way to go!

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  5. Wow, that's so awesome! The binding is gorgeous, and I adore the simplicity of the whole quilt.

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  6. Truly a work of folk art. Absolutely delightful!

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  7. It's beautiful in it's simplicity, the binding is gorgeous, I love the hand quilting too.

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  8. Love it. The hand quilting is a nice bit of personalization.

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  9. I really love the quilt - great idea to add a couple of rows of colorful hand stitches.

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  10. This is simple and soooo beautiful! Congrats on being asked to teach a class!
    I found your blog via Flickr and am a new follower.

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  11. Could you let me know where you found the striped binding material? (the designer and name?)

    It looks so nice!

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