Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Finished Quilt Top

"One Stick At A Time" is a quilt top! This was a fun and easy pattern to sew (by Jackie Syer of FRJ Designs).
I used two charm packs plus the brown fabric and the flying geese pink fabric. That pink fabric was leftover from the backing of a twister quilt. It's not from the same fabric line, but it fits in okay. Thanks to blog reader Cindy in NC for offering to send me some Lario fabric if needed... quilters are the nicest people!
The quilt top is 53.5" x 57.5", which is a perfect size for me to be able to quilt it on my sewing machine.

16 comments:

  1. I have seen this type of block for awhile now and it has made me want to do one too and I have the perfect charm packs to do it - I'm just looking for the right fabric to use for the strip divider in the blocks

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  2. This piece really turned out so beautifully! Love that border setting...have fun quilting...hugs, Julierose

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  3. I have thought about making that quilt. There is a pattern in a Fons and Porter magazine. Nice job.

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  4. Very nice quilt. I like simple quilts with great visual appeal, like this!

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  5. That is a lovely quilt with a great color combination. I was never a brown fan, but it's grown on me and this is a great use of it.

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  6. Great finish Kathy! I love the design - very visual and lots of movement :)

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  7. Love that Flying Geese border! Very nice.

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  8. I love the effect the triangles give it on the edge.

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  9. Congrats! That is a very fine looking finished top.

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  10. Kudos, Your quilt top is great. Love those colors.

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  11. The pink geese border just sets this so nicely - reminds me of petit fours in a pretty box.

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  12. Beautiful quilt - I too love the border design!

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  13. Great quilt with fun fabric choices. The border is interesting and unique.

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  14. Congrats on the finished flimsy, you breezed right through that one. It turned out beautifully.

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