Friday, September 30, 2011

sew & tell: v3.2 ~ a quilt (but not mine)

Hello! I wanted to share a quilt with you today! It's not one that I made, but I did help with the fabric selection.

I have a good friend here who's husband is deployed.  He will be home on R&R soon and she wanted to surprise him with new bedding.  She picked out a quilt from Amy's book and I helped pick some fabrics to go together that weren't too feminine or masculine.  I think we struck a good balance.  And besides, each print was made by 3 of my favorite designers.

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Lime Full Moon Dot by Amy Butler, Putty Henna Garden by Sandi Henderson, and Magnolia Bloom by Laura Gunn.

the full view - Teri's quilt
She whipped this quilt up so quickly it's inspiring.  I think this is only the 2nd quilt she's ever made.  The first one was made a month prior!  This is my same friend who made all the skirts.  The girl has drive! 

close up - Teri's quilt.

I'm impressed with Amy's patterns too - this one was brilliantly put together.  All of these blocks are strip pieced into the same block and then just turned to create the pattern.  Genius! 

I wonder if there is work in just choosing fabrics.  THAT, I could do, because I'm the worst at finishing things in a timely manner!

Can't wait to see what you have finished this week!

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4 crafty mcCrafters commented:

notes of sincerity said...

What a great quilt!! :0)
I wish I had something to share today.
We had a bad storm yesterday and the internet is being worked on (I am on my phone).
I am having a little *give a way*.
Would you like to drop by?
Hugs. Trish

Kim said...

Beautiful quilt! LOVE those colors!!!!! Thank you dear friend for hosting!!!!!! BIG HUGS!

Candied Fabrics said...

Are you SURE that quilt isn't for YOU??? Those are TOTALLY your colors (and mine tooo!) :-) LOVE it!

Heather said...

Fantastic! He's going to love it! I wish your friend the best of luck in seeing all of her projects through to the end like she has her first two. Awesome! It can be a challenge for some of us. LoL

Speaking of which, my finish this week is a two-year-old UFO. lol But hey, I DID finish... :o)

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