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No Longer A UFO.

Posted on | June 3, 2013 | 13 Comments

I am delighted to be able to report that  another UFO has been completed.

This is the quilt made with the double hourglass blocks using pastel colours. I think the fabric is Moda’s  Sleepytime, which I had in a jellyroll. Added to that was a Bella white jellyroll as well as some yardage. I also had to add some solid pastels. I still have half of the strips left over from the jellyroll as they were more along a baby theme. I can use those in another quilt.

I did lots of straight line quilting on this one. I secured all the blocks then stitched tram tracks along vertical, horizontal and diagonal seams.

Love it when the intersect.

I continued the straight line theme around the borders.

I found a soft blue on white spot for the backing. And the binding had yellow and white stars on blue.

I was having a lot of trouble getting these photos as the weather did not want to cooperate, so I threw the quilt over a spare bed thinking I would have to wait for another day.

Just as I did that the sun shone in the window and created a lovely play of shadows on the quilt.

Couldn’t resist a couple of photos when that happened.

I can guarantee that sun did not last long that day. We had a huge thunderstorm come through delivering a lot of rain, which was very welcome for our garden.

June is well and truly under way. Have a great week.

 

 

13 Responses to No Longer A UFO.

  • Ferne says: This is very nice! I love the quilting too and that it is made from jelly rolls!
  • Sunny says: I love the light colors, and the backing is perfect. One more finish!
  • Astrid says: Congrats on the finish! It's a lovely quilt. Love the way it is quilted, it suits the pattern in the quilt - very beautiful. We have 'cold' wind from the Antarctic... BRRR!
  • Pauline says: Your quilt is beautiful Karen. Luv the pastels and the straight line quilting. The backing is perfect...you can never go wrong with polka dots. The weather has been crazy here...way too many deadly and destructive tornadoes...we had at least six touchdown in Michigan...and we have weather in the 90's one day and in the 60's the next day. Mother Nature must be going through menopause!! Hugs and Happy Stitching, Pauline
  • Rachaeldaisy says: That is such a pretty quilt! I love all those soft colours and the quilting looks wonderful. Lovely dappled light photos!
  • marina says: well done it looks gorgeous, so soft and fresh! the backing and binding look perfect. love your fernhill block too. those little berries are so cute.
  • Fiona says: The quilt is just gorgeous... so soft and cuddly and delicious. love it... Hugz
  • Patti says: Beautiful quilt, Karen!
  • Anita says: Hi Karen, I think your quilt has turned out beautiful and the fact it is not a UFO anymore is pretty sweet as well. June is certainly here and we all welcome the rain. Out our way my all time favourite is happening.....rain at night, sunshine in the day. It won't last though! lol. Cheers, Anita.
  • Carla says: It's beautiful Karen. I love your straight line quilting. I did pretty much the same thing so I guess great minds think alike : )
  • Denise in PA says: What a beautiful soft quilt! I love that block too!
  • Elaine/MuddlingThrough says: Oh, Karen, it is beautiful. I love that pattern and your quilting is superb, as always! It's really gorgeous. Great job!
  • joan says: Just gorgeous and your quilting makes it sparkle. Fabulous finish for a great UFO!
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