QUILT INFO

I used an Electric Quilt applique design and modified it slightly to make this basket block.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

TWO SMALL FINISHES

My version of Lori's "Pink Lemonade" is complete. I hand quilted this one to fit in with the "old look". I can't decide if the cheddar and pinks are too strong together but it was what I had in stash. I enjoyed the sew-along with all of you that have participated.

I also took time to finish a little top I made recently from Cheri Payne's "Sew Good" pattern.  Last that I showed it, I had forgotten to add the embroidered words.  I did that and then echo quilted by machine to finish the piece.
I think I could use this little quilt for Valentine's Day with the big heart on it.

I am working on another "Millenium Garden" block.  I need to change out the leaves to another green fabric.  I don't like what I used.  Back to stitching.

Karen

48 comments:

  1. Gosh you are a busy bee! You put me to shame, I need to step it up. You did a wonderful job on your quilts. I actually like the cheddar yellow with the pink. It feels very vintage to me, a nice color combination. It just works for this quilt, at least for me!
    Thanks for sharing and inspiring, again!
    Julie

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  2. I love the border on the heart quilt. It really adds a lot. Lori's quilt along has been fun to watch, I couldn't participate this time.

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  3. It's a lovely quilt to use for Valentine's Day. :) I love it.

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  4. What great finishes.
    I enjoyed pink lemonade too. How fabulous you hand quilted yours!
    Your Cheri quilt is wonderful. I love the echo quilting.

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  5. love your little quilts, oh the heart quilt with the crow is just beautiful!
    congrats on 2 new finishes!
    Kathie

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  6. love your little quilts, oh the heart quilt with the crow is just beautiful!
    congrats on 2 new finishes!
    Kathie

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  7. love your pink lemonade and the heart block is really sweet!

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  8. your pink lemonade is perfect, what you had on hand worked wonderfully....
    need to start mine soon...

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  9. Your pink lemonade looks wonderful! I had thought I would hand quilt mine--I'm having second thoughts. It may never happen if I hold out for that.
    I love the crow and heart wall-hanging. Definitely appropriate for the coming holiday!

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  10. As usual I am left drooling, lol. Lovely work! Just my style :o)

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  11. Your pink lemonade is really great! I love the strong color and I love really pink lemonade so you have it covered! Congrats on getting it quilted already. Wow. I have mine marked to do some hand stitching but hasn't move outta the basket for a week! Could be my first UFO of the year!

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  12. I think your pink lemonade looks good. I was thinking my yellow was a bit strong for me, but I'm thinking I might tea dye it. At least yours is finished. I need to finish the quilting on mine.

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  13. Your Pink lemonade is just delicious just enough to make me know that it is pink and lemonade and the best in town! I love it, just perfect with the hand quilting to finish it off.
    Your darling little Valentines quilt is special too..

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  14. You have a couple of darling finishes! Lori's little quilts always look so cozy that I really, really want big versions of them to sleep under. I really love the pink and yellow together - it really works for me. The big heart is just right for a prim valentine setting. Looking forward to your next MG block.

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  15. You have a couple of darling finishes! Lori's little quilts always look so cozy that I really, really want big versions of them to sleep under. I really love the pink and yellow together - it really works for me. The big heart is just right for a prim valentine setting. Looking forward to your next MG block.

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  16. Karen, I abSOlutely love the cheddar/dbl pink look--so cheery and fun....

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  17. I really like the pink and cheddar together, they compliment each other very well. The one with the heart on it is perfect for Valentines day, it is really cute, too. Have a great day!

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  18. Beautiful work! I like the strong pinks and cheddar. And that heart quilt is lovely. Can you tell me the pattern name or book please?

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  19. A beautiful quilt along finish! Very sunny and happy!
    And congratulations on the trumpet quilt finish too...very inspiring!

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  20. Your Pink Lemonade is wonderful. I have the fabric sitting and waiting for me. I really need to start it this coming week.

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  21. A great combination--- hearts and crows....Really nice job.

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  22. Beautiful your Valentine's quilt!
    groetjes Marijke

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  23. You are such a busy lady! And what a lovely finishes you are showing us today. Make definitely a wonderful Valentine's quilt! Lots of love from the Netherlands!

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  24. Your Pink Lemonade looks good to me and I really think hand quilting was a good decision.

    Your "Valentine" quilt is lovely, and the crow is really cute.

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  25. You've been wonderfully busy! Both of your little quilts turned out lovely!

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  26. Love your Pink Lemonade quilt! I think the cheddar is wonderful. Your other little gem is lovely, also.

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  27. Lovely finished projects, especially the last one! Greetings
    Lida

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  28. I love your little lemonade quilt and the Sew Good is just perfect for Valentine's Day. You already knew that, didn't you?

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  29. Love both of your finishes! I am still hand-quilting my Pink Lemonade, it is an inspiration to see your finished top...lovely!

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  30. Congrats on two lovely finishes!! I enjoyed following everyone's Pink Lemonade quilt and yours turned out really nice :) Ad of course I'm a big fun of your applique quilts, too!

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  31. I like the cheddar you chose. Gives it a real 1800's look. Your version of Sew Good is sweet!

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  32. The two quilts are darling. Your heart quilt will be a great Valentine quilt for display.

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  33. I think the cheddar and pink go perfect together. The quilt screams Pennsylvania German to me. Lori has the cutest SALs. I love Cheri's patterns, and you did a wonderful job on yours. How perfect for Valentine's Day.

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  34. I really like your cheddar and pink. I love your small projects. I am into working on small projects for a while too.

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  35. Beautiful finishes.I love the wonky heart.

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  36. I love the pink and the cheddar - it's such a BRIGHT little quilt. Especially love the pink binding.

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  37. I love the little heart quilt! perfect for February.
    I love the yellow and pink together, but am tempted to tea dye mine to tone it down a little. The colors (of mine) are what I like, and the colors are what I dont like. Does that make sense?! LOL

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  38. the colors within your pink lemonade are strong AND perfect~!
    seeing your finish inspires me to get cracken on mine. i'm at the quilting stage but have decided to do that by hand so it will be a little slower.
    your crow and heart quilt will be a perfect valentine piece. i really like the primitive playfulness of it.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  39. I like your Pink Lemonade! Don't forget to link it up to Lori's "show & tell". :O)

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  40. Your two little quilt finished are equally impressive. I am in love with your choice of cheddar with the bright pink. I may have to make version 2 of my own and be inspired by your subtle change in the palette.

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  41. Many of us had troubles choosing the right yellow for Pink Lemonade, but yours is very beautiful.
    You have a blog with lots of wonderful work. XO

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  42. I like your cheddar - and the little pops of blue really add to the quilt. Fun blog! I'll have to come back again!

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  43. Wonderful quilts! Love the fabrics in both.

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  44. Both little quilts are fabulous! I think the pink and cheddar go well together. You did a great job with the echo quilting on the heart quilt. I never realized how hard that is to do until I tried it.

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  45. I love your pink lemonade quilt! and your little header quilt is adorable!

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