My NYB Mini quilt is finished!
My friend has a beautiful farm for photos --
and she didn't think it was too strange
that I got out my camera
and asked for tape right after we arrived
-- she's a quilter, too!
So while the kids fed her chickens,
we took quilt photos!
This mini quilt uses the NYB block 4 template.
I used some of my precious scraps
of Katie Jump Rope fabric
to make it bright and sunny!
I absolutely love the KJR yellows!
And here is where this quilt now lives,
in our back entryway,
a sunny burst of color welcoming us home.
I love it!
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SO darling! I just love your little quilt!!ReplyDelete
I love and the colors are beautifulReplyDelete
So pretty!! I love it!ReplyDelete
Michelle, it's so wonderful and cheery. Had you done curves before or was this a first?ReplyDelete
Love it, so bright and cheery, and the perfect place for it to hang :o)ReplyDelete
This is so beautiful! It really is like a burst of sunshine. I love that your friend has a perfect barn for picture taking. :)ReplyDelete
Cute little quilt! I love the circles around the block the way they're farther apart as they are closer to the edges. Great job!ReplyDelete
Great photos! Your quilt is so cool and looks great in your entryway!ReplyDelete
I just love your quilt block!! Hope you don't mind, I have it pinned on my Sewing Inspiration board on pinterest:) I wish Katie Jump Rope was still available, but maybe they'll bring it back like Flea Market Fancy - I hope!ReplyDelete
Love your mini - it is like a Ray of Sunshine!ReplyDelete
Love it! Love it! The fabric, the quilting...everything!ReplyDelete
oh my gosh!! that is amazing!! if i was really brave i'd cut into my KJR. that is my absolutely favorite fabric line ever. i've never seen a quilt with that brown flower print was used in such an appealing way. thank you for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
A lovely, lovely NYB; I especially love the bright, cheery fabrics.ReplyDelete
I love it! And what a perfect spot for it to live! I would love to walk in to something so bright and cheerful!ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful! I love those sunny yellows, too.ReplyDelete
Darling! Great work :)ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous! I don't think a better use of that fabric exists :-)ReplyDelete
Wow! I love this!ReplyDelete