14 October 2009

a finish


An old ufo (unfinished object) has been transformed into a little quilt: sweet pastel 36" * 45". It has wool batting (a first for me) and is hand-quilted. I have played around with several layouts of these blocks, but ended up with this checkerboard...



Lovely Kaffe Fassett prints and shot cottons.

One down, shrinking list of ufo's.

What's next?


11 comments:

Purple Paisley Patch said...

I love this, what a great way to showcase Kaffe's gorgeous fabric.

Mrs Moen said...

Very sweet indeed! Are the blocks in the first picture the ones you used, just folded into hour glass blocks?

Quiltefia said...

Så deilig at en ufo blir så fin!? Spennende med ull-vatt, jeg har ikke prøvd det ennå. Men mange liker det godt!! AnneK:-)

Katy said...

it looks so soft and pretty! Beautiful!

True Blue Nana said...

That is a gorgeous quilt. I love the colors and the quilting. Once again you proved that you don't have to use a complicated pattern to have a fabulous quilt.

Andi said...

Don't you love that feeling of ticking another one off the list!!!
Lovely quilt!
Andi :-)

Allie said...

Very sweet!

RED PEPPER QUILTS said...

Very very cute baby quilt! Love all of the fabrics you have used, Kaffe's shot cottons are definitely one of my favorite solid fabrics. Gorgeous!

Janet said...

Oh it's lovely and such nice colours. You have to be pleased with that finish.

Deborah said...

love the fabric

MichelleB said...

It is lovely! Hooray for finishing UFO's.