Finishes are few and far between these days, but there was no question that this wee quilty needed to be a top of the priority. It's for the newest addition to our Girl Guide family, my co-leaders' little girl, Miss L. GT predicted her gender and half of her name! It didn't hurt that they share a middle name!Girl Guides, but I do look forward to it!
Title: Not Quite a Thousand Pyramids (For Little Miss L!)
Size: 34 by 42 inches
Fabric Used: Wide variety of prints in grey, mint and navy (mainly stash fabrics!)
Quilting: Straight line quilting to form peaks and valleys
Binding: Kona Nautical
Read about the Work in Progress here.
I love Shubie Park. It's just minutes from my house and it has a little of everything -walking and biking trails, a beach, a café, a canal, a lake, bridges... you name it. And then there are these magical little spaces. I seem to find one every time I go exploring (or searching for a quilty photoshoot locale!)
I can't wait to see this spot in all seasons!
I'm linking up today with TGIFF @ Summer Lee Quilts, as well as Finish Up Friday @ Crazy Mom Quilts. Pop on over and see some more finishes!
What a lovely little quilt! And it looks as if baby could use the warmth...brr! I especially like the colors you chose, great job!ReplyDelete
Never thought about Shubie for a photo shoot. Great finish.ReplyDelete
Soft, simple and charming. Love it. Triangles instead of squares is refreshing.ReplyDelete
This is such a sweet quilt. A beautiful gift for your friend.ReplyDelete
I love this quilt, especially because of the pull you did to create it. The crabs really add that personal, quirky touch that makes quilts so special.ReplyDelete
Beautiful scenery for a quilt photo shoot. I hope Miss L thoroughly enjoys her quilt and the love you stitched into it for her. :)ReplyDelete
What a beautiful little quilt! I'm sure it will be well loved!ReplyDelete
So pretty! I love the colors. And I'm so glad to know that pieced backs are modern! All I along I thought I was just cheap...ReplyDelete
it's gorgeous! i love the colour palette, it's making me want to make a triangle quilt!ReplyDelete