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A Kitchen Window Finish.

Posted on | March 26, 2014 | 16 Comments

The binding is done and the quilt is ready. So good to have another finish!

Here it is blowing in the wind.

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And while the sun was shining, here is the back, too.

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I am very pleased with the decision to use the strong contrast of black and white with these bright colours.

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It has been quilted with a strong straight line geometric pattern. (Somehow I couldn’t see swirls on this one.)

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I selected a soft grey for the quilting cotton so it wasn’t too severe against either the black or white fabrics. And it worked well with the colours. Here’s a close up.

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A simple black and white combo has been used for the backing and then the binding was black also.

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Just to re-cap, this pattern is from Elizabeth Hartman’s book, The Practical Guide To Patchwork.

I am already making another pattern from this book and have a third planned.

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I hope your week is going well.

Cheers, Karen

 

 

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