Thursday, June 10, 2010

Blush Quilts are Finished!

Back in April, I spent some time playing with a charm pack of the Blush fabric line from Moda.  The full story is here.  I finished the binding on these little quilts while we were in Texas.

Finished Blush Quilt #1:

The back - plain jane sort of fabric, but it matched the front really well.

Finished Blush Quilt #2:

Quilting closeups:

And the back - same plain fabric as the other quilt:

For the quilting on both of these I used Coats & Clark variegated color #883 for the top and King Tut #983 in the bobbin.

Finally, here's Sassy thinking she's being cute.  I had just put the papers down to read and when I turned back around she was all sprawled out.  She seems to love showing off her belly.


synnove75 said...

Your "blush" quilts are so beautiful! I love that line of fabrics too.
And the cat is soooo cute:-)
It's funny how they always want to sit or lay on papers, books or quilts we are working on;-)

Loris said...

Love the little quilts...especially #2..a really interesting pattern that looks good in those fabrics.
Sassy is quite the beautiful girl. I love calicos :-)

Anne-Lise at Rag, Tag, Bobtail said...

The quilts are gorgeous. And Sassy is a really cute girl!

Mary said...

These are both cute -- I like little quilts but rarely take time out of my donation quilting to make them. The string quilt in your previous post is cute too.