Saturday, January 29, 2011

Ta Da!


Ta Da! Here is my quilt, that I was teasing you with, with those teeny tiny scraps! :o) I'm still not going to tell you what fabric line it is, but if you think you know, and want to enter a give-away for some scraps, go to this post and enter before Monday:
http://countryscrapquilts.blogspot.com/2011/01/scraps-giveaway_26.html
The "plus" blocks are based off the blocks in the "X-Rated" small quilt from Carrie Nelson's "Schnibbles Times Two" book. But I made them individual blocks and then set them between 5" squares... :o) I've been collecting up bits and pieces of this fabric for months and months, finally decided I had enough to put together a small quilt! This quilt finished to about 67" x 72". I decided to do the back scrappy too, and used some 1/2 yard pieces that I had... :o)




Don't forget to enter the giveaway for scraps from this quilt, before Monday! Just go here:

http://countryscrapquilts.blogspot.com/2011/01/scraps-giveaway_26.html



Thanks for stopping by!

11 comments:

Béa said...

Wow Angela, very beautiful quilt !You don't often use these bright colours, very successful.

jennifer said...

That turned out really nice. I love all the colors you used.:)

JayTee said...

love all the colors

Hazel said...

My goodness girl when do you sleep :-)Love it.

Barb said...

Oh wow...you should be sooooo happy, it is just wonderful!

Raewyn said...

Wow, very effective, and it looks like a great way to use up some teeny weeny scraps. Good idea for the backing!

Cornfield Quilter said...

Love it, Love it, Love it!!!!

Pat from FL and MI said...

So bright, perky, old-fashioned. I love it!

Vivian said...

Great fabrics in a wonderful design. This is a happy, joyful quilt! Well done, Angela.

Laurie said...

Oh, it's so cheerful -- with those bright colors! And I love those retro fabrics!

Vesuviusmama said...

It's lovely! And not a fabric line/color combo that I would ordinarily associate with you and your projects. You are usually using softer, more romantic colors. You are such a versatile quilter! And prolific!