Done, and.... done...

I finished the pink and aqua floating four patch! It is approximately 39 inches square. It will be donated. I like how it turned out, but there are a couple of puckers in the back. Mostly because I was too frustrated with my machine that night to take it out and fix it. LOL. The back is a pink oxford cloth that has been in my stash for a very long time. Part of the fabrics that my mother gave me years ago. The only fabric that I purchased for this quilt was the white. The rest was either from my stash or from scraps.




AND

I also finished the blue spiderweb quilt. This one is approximately 44 inches square. I LOVE this one although I got really tired of the string piecing. I think I cut my strips too narrow and it took a long time to finish them. The only fabric I purchased for this one was the back/binding. I went with this fun blue polkadot. Otherwise this was completely from my scrap stash as well, even the white. I had intended to donate this one as well, but I'm having second thoughts. :)



7 comments:

Crazy Bird said...

Oh my, I love both of these! I'm just a beginner - where can I find a pattern for the blue spider type quilt? I think I need a triangular ruler (which I have), just not sure how to put it all together.
Anne

Taryn said...

The both turned out great!! And as much work as I'm sure the spider web quilt was I wouldn't give it away. lol

amandajean said...

oh, linda!!!!! i love them both! the white sashing really sets off the 4 patches perfectly. (it's right up my alley!) and the spiderweb quilt...well, that needs to stay at your house, in my opinion. it's fabulous!!! it looks so great in all blue. now i really want to finish mine!

Erin said...

The blue spider web quilt is stunning!!

Kristin said...

Everything looks BEAUTIFUL!!! :) I love it! :)

Kristin
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PiaTillys Boutique said...

Those are both absolutely beautiful!! I LOVE them!! :)

Kelly

Katherine said...

Gorgeous! I don't know which one I love more, Linda. You did a beautiful job.

I vote for you to keep that spiderweb quilt!