Tuesday, 3 November 2009

At last - a 'quiltie' post!!  My Blog seems to have changed from being sewing related  to a travelogue lately, but although I am sure you'd rather be looking at scenes from Brittany (!!) today you have to suffer my latest (finished!) quilting project :-)

I actually got a quilt finished for October, but it hasn't stopped raining over the last few days,  so the photo had to wait for the next 'dry' day - today!!





The Nine Patch Sampler is from the book 'Strip Delight' by Suzanne McNeill,  and the fabric collection is Moda's 'Wild Rose'.  I've changed the pattern slightly to accommodate my fabric ,and  though I was a bit doubtful about it all whilst making the blocks, it' s turned out OK and  the lovely rich colours , which are much better in real life, have made it the kind of quilt you want to curl up under!  It's certainly a quick quilt to piece if you want something in a hurry.

I have to own up to having some help in backing it though !!




Two more 'small' finishes for October, both of which are going to the Cat Rescue fund raising Christmas Fayre

 

Original pattern for this tote is on the  Moda Bakeshop site, and the Black & White mini tote is a Penny Sturgess design

Now all I have to do is decide on a finish for November !!

3 comments:

conny's quilts said...

What a loveley quilt and bags you made! I love them and I love your Britany pictures too for that is a favorite country of mine!

*Ulrike* said...

I have always wanted to make a quilt. My grandmother has given me many quilts that she has made and I am always amazed. Your quilt and bags are just so pretty!

Notjustnat said...

Lovely quilt Ann. It's compfy looking quilt. The cute little bags are just great for fund raising event. You are so generous - Hugs Natima