The New Year has begun with technically only one finish, the other was actually a Christmas gift, but I haven't blogged about it yet, so it's included here.
And while the cross hatching around the name looks effective, I must remember just how time consuming it is and its certainly easier if you're just doing it across negative space. Still as with most quilts, once its done it feels good to have achieved it and to hand it over.
The second is a bow tie, but in a different layout to one I'd done earlier in 2016. I decided to make it more scrappy too (the other was a blue/yellow combination). I chose to do a Baptist fan pattern which was also quite time consuming but lovely to see it unfolding.
Then I laid it out on the deck (thankfully a lovely sunny day)
And finally the back, which was a simple print of three words: love, joy and peace which seemed perfectly appropriate since that's what I was having as I quilted it at our holiday place near the beach.
I love the scrappy bow tie quilt. Awesome job!ReplyDelete
Congrats on TWO finishes-love them both! What a great baby quilt. I really like the Baptist fan quilting on your bow tie quilt. It was worth the effort.ReplyDelete
Great finishes, the Hungry Caterpillar is cate as can be!ReplyDelete
Lynn, these are both beauties! Love all the work you did on Jackson's quilt, and isn't it so gratifying to try something new and learn and love it? Love your 3 words backing. :-)ReplyDelete
love the bow tie quilt I made one about 5 years ago and loved it.ReplyDelete
Ooh I love the bow tie quilt! It's so bright and colorful but I love how the white spaces give it balance.ReplyDelete
Hello Lynn, I discovered your blog from a link Pinterest on your lovely beautifully bright Postage Stamp Quilt. A Postage Stamp Quilt is on my ever growing quilts to make list, but is getting very close to the top. I had to come and see what your post was about and if you had a tutorial. Of course, after reading that post and being intrigued, I began reading some of your other posts. I enjoy your style and your quilts are spectacular. Thank you so much for sharing them. I especially liked the Bow Tie Quilt you shared today. Of course, the first quilt is totally adorable also. I will begin following you. I do have a blog, but have been struggling with it for quite some time.ReplyDelete