Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Dusty Rose Chenille Quilt


It's 99* here, with a heat index in the 100's, and here I am working on a chenille and satin throw for a customer! :o) The dusty rose chenille in this quilt came from a bedspread that was her grandmother's. Some of the bedspread was ruined, so she cut off the usable parts, for this quilt. It's a lovely color! She still has to send me what she wants for the backing, and then it will be tied and black binding.
Don't forget about my "Rose Parade" scraps giveaway! You still have time to enter before Friday! :o) Click HERE... :o)

5 comments:

~Niki~ said...

love that~cannot tell if those are black or dark purple accent squares. either way,it's lovely. hope you are staying cool~here, well i think it's gonna be 111 blech~

Cornfield Quilter said...

Love the quilt, would be so warm in winter! Hope you are staying cool over there, it was tough to be cool today!!

Barb said...

What a lovely quilt!!! It is 61 here in Seattle (just visiting)

Laurie said...

What a nice project!

Pat from FL and MI said...

This is really pretty! What a great idea for how to save the usuable parts of a family memory!