My favorite kind of quilt to make is improvisational,
Scrappy and UN-planned.
THIS is NOT that quilt.
Every once in a while I step out of my comfort zone
and follow a pattern.
my points didn't get TOO lost
and the seams cooperated with me!
I had some binding suggestions last week
from quilting friends....
and ended up with YELLOW!!
Not what I THOUGHT I was going to use...
but that's what POPPED out
when I was digging around here for something.
And I think it makes this quilt a little BRIGHTER and happier!
I'm very happy with my quilt!
I used reproduction fabrics PLUS other things I thought fit in.
My method is.....
USE what YOU have!
Pattern from an old McCalls magazine (august 2000).
Google lover's links images
and you'll find a host of others.
The yellow binding was the perfect choice!! SallyReplyDelete
I love this!! Mine is still waiting on it's last border.ReplyDelete
Love this scrappy rendition! The yellow binding is perfect.ReplyDelete
What an effective pattern, I've never seen it before. The scrappy colors you've used and the yellow binding make it such a happy quilt.ReplyDelete
That is gorgeous, Beth. I love the yellow binding.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful quilt! I think I'd like to make one of these! :0)ReplyDelete
Great binding choice ! Love the scrappiness. Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesdayReplyDelete
Perhaps not your usual thing but you've made a very pretty quilt. I celebrate use-what-you-have!ReplyDelete
It's beautiful, Beth!!ReplyDelete
A fascinating pattern. When you look closely you can see the red stars in the links, good color choices. Glad you are trying something new. It may open up another quilting adventureReplyDelete
Very striking quilt. I do like the yellow binding.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on this beautiful finish.ReplyDelete
Wonderful scrappy quilt.
Lindo seu quilt, parabéns!ReplyDelete
Lovely quilt! And it still has your signature scrappy style. The yellow binding is just right.ReplyDelete
What an intriguing design and the fabrics are just fabulous, I love it!ReplyDelete