Monday, May 30, 2011

Another Fat Quarter one....!

I finished this little quilt from the Fat Quarter Quilting book by Lori Smith. This project is from the hand applique class that I am presently teaching at Fibre Junction.

It's called Vase of Flowers. Not sure what I will be calling it! Any suggestions?

I do like how it turned out!

It is one of my favourites thus far!

It has a flat piping and would you believe it's actually the first quilt that I actually sew/use a flat piping?! I cannot believe I waited so long! lol

The designer called for 3/4 of an inch folded and I thought it would be much too small to be noticed, so I cut mine 1 (one) inch!

Thanks for stopping by! Keep well!

12 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Beautiful piece, and love the quilting you did around it. I started a new small piece, but with the dark background I had to use wash away to do the lettering and won't know how it looks, till I wash it away.

Debbie

Cardygirl said...

What a cute project! No suggestions with names...I had trouble picking for the kids!

Needled Mom said...

It looks really wonderful and I love the flat piping.

Wendy said...

Beautiful applique quilt, I love the piping, I haven't tried that yet.

Gayle said...

Hi Carole - Your quilt turned out lovely! I loved this design so much when I got her book, that I did this same pattern - but as a hooked rug! Very fun!

Libby said...

Piping is fun - glad you gave it a try, I bet you will use it again and again now. It's a darling piece *s*

Thimbleanna said...

Very cute -- it looks like the perfect project for teaching applique!

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh it is beautiful!

Teresa said...

Bluebird's Choice would be my name. I just love bluebirds and they caught my eye when I saw this one. Nice job.

Guðrún said...

Another beautiful little quilt...

Gayle said...

Carole - I linked to your blog post the other day and shared pictures of my hooked rug and your quilt. So fun!

Karen said...

I like how your vase of flowers turned out too!

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