Monday, September 9, 2013

This Week's Finish : A Wedding Quilt


 
 Ginny's oldest son is getting married this weekend, and she has been piecing this quilt all summer for a gift. 


She chose the 
Just Can't Cut It 
quilt pattern by 
All Washed Up, 
which suggests 
finding a 
large focal print 
and build 
around it. 



  This quilt is huge, 95" by 110"!
 We went to M&L Fabrics, and Ginny chose colors from Natalie's fall choices. I think she did a great job.
 I just pulled it off the frame Friday pm, and put the binding on over the weekend.
 What? Doesn't everyone have a Nutella jar on their sewing machine desk?!? lol!
 I did a scroll quilt design, free motion, and made a freestyle heart in each of the rust/red blocks.









BTW, Happy Cottage Quilter Jocelyn 
had a great finish on this same pattern, go see it here.  




I just pulled it off the frame Friday pm, and put the binding on over the weekend. 




Happy Wedding Day, Paul and Natalie!





"How precious is Your lovingkindness, O God! Therefore the children of men put their trust 
under the shadow of Your wings." Psalm 36:7


21 comments:

  1. That's a great-looking quilt...and you did a great job quilting it. LOVE the hearts!

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  2. Nutella on a sewing desk?! Inquiring minds want to know.... You can not drop that tidbit and think it is going unnoticed. That is one gorgeous quilt, by the way!

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  3. Love the colours in this quilt.
    Patricia

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  4. What a lovely quilt.

    I have never tasted nuetella...

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  5. Beautiful! I love the colors. So warm and cozy!

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  6. This quilt turned out so beautifully. Sure to become a family heirloom quilt. Great job Ladies!

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  7. Such a pretty quilt to work on, Pokey, and I am sure the bride and groom will be so pleased with that lovely gift. As for the Nutella - I bought my first jar not too long ago and that is pretty good stuff! I think it is rather energizing, isn't it? :-) Enjoy! Carol

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  8. This is a lovely gift for the happy couple. Great that you were able to work together.
    great work with the quilting!

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  9. I love this pattern. It makes up quick and is great for featuring pretty fabric. Thanks for the shout out :-)

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  10. What lovely rich colors on that wedding quilt! The couple should be overjoyed with such a wonderful gift.

    And yes, I've a few Nutella jars lying around in strange places too!

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  11. Simply said - amazing.
    Such rich colors and so nicely quilted.

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  12. The colors are vibrant yet cozy. Such a pretty quilt! Love the quilting you did. Thanks for sharing! Happy Saturday :)

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  13. That looks great. The quilting is lovely.

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  14. I love that quilt - the focal print is stunning.

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  15. I love the colors in this quilt, and I like the pattern too. The blocks look large. My kind of quilt! You did an awesome job quilting it too. The newlyweds will love it!

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  16. I just ran across that pattern in my UFO box, along with the focus fabric I chose a long time ago. It's going on my to-do list but closer to the top after seeing this gorgeous quilt! Blessings, marlene

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  17. Oh what a beautiful gift! I do love roses on a black background such attention grabbers.
    This is lovely I hope the newlyweds have many happy years snuggling under it :0)

    Happy Sewing

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  18. Great quilting on that beautiful quilt. Love the choices of fabrics! Love the roses on the black background. I know this quilt will be treasured for many years to come! How cool that Ginny, Natalie and you went together to the fabric store to purchase material for Natalie's wedding quilt. So do you have a spoon close by to the Nutella?

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  19. Ooh, gorgeous colors and fabrics she chose. Great job finishing it up too !

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Hello! Thank you for taking time to peek in! If you say hi, I do my best to send back the love :-}pokey