Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Pick a Bunch Quilt - Done!

You know I'm true to my word. I'm nothing if not good with follow through - I finished the Pick A Bunch quilt!


I peiced the front with alternating strips of the jelly roll of fabric and strips of white fabric. The back is a peiced sheet with a few half square triangle pinwheels randomly placed, and the binding is some kind of dark brown Kona cotton (espresso?). I did the same as with my Pips quilt and stitched on the binding with one of my sewing machine's decorative stitches.

I love this quilt - I made it just for me. Just because I loved the fabric line. And there are things I would do differently (namely, not really ever interested in stitch in the ditch anymore) but overall I really like the way the quilt looks.


1. livingrm, 2. selvedge, 3. front, 4. back

Oh and what's a good quilt until it's put to good use?


And lastly, because this quilt completely celebrates COLOR, I'm submitting it to Stitched In Color's color celebration. (Yup, color 3 times in one sentence :)

Celebrate Color


Jana said...

that is gorgeous! nice work!!

Domestic Artisan said...

It's stunning, well done you!

Katy Cameron said...

Oh that looks fab, love that idea

Lizbeth Brown said...

ah! I love it!

Lindsay Conner said...

Yeay, bright and colorful fun!

Along the Ausable said...

This is the most wonderful quilt I have ever seen. Love it!

cinzia said...

just saw this on quiltstory. your quilt is stunning! I love all the bright colors!

Melissa said...

What a beautiful quilt! Well done :)

Jessica said...

I saw this on quilt story, I looooooove it!! What a fun simple way to use a jelly roll!

Alyssa said...



Candice said...

very pretty and such a happy feeling :)

Sheila said...

Gorgeous quilt! I'd love to adapt this for a crib quilt I need to make soon. :)

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