Anyway…Here’s the quilt.
I’m in love. I can’t remember if it was last year of the summer before when I went to a garage sale and bought a box of mostly brown calico prints for $1. I knew then and there that those pieces were going to be used in the quilt.
Hour glass blocks, the red part of the quilt, are not my favorite to sew but making them was so worth it!!
See some of those old calicoes? Do you have any in your stash? This is the perfect quilt for them!!
I think I could have snapped picture of the quilt all day…..
I can’t tell you how happy I am that this one moved from the UFO pile into the finished pile. I love the next picture with it taken on the diagonal.
I’ve said it before and it’s so true. The quilts that I have in my UFO pile are all quilts that I love…I just haven’t found time to complete them.
The backing is one I just picked up at the local quilt shop. I used a 108″ backing for it.
Ruby loved the chance to get outdoors to take pictures. We’ve had lots of rain lately and haven’t gotten out a lot.
I always say of my Bonnie Hunter quilts that this one is one I am going to keep….and well…I think I’ll say that about this one too. UGH!! I can’t keep them all!!
I am absolutely THRILLED that Bonnie’s is working on a string quilt book. I love strings and Bonnie does strings AMAZINGLY!! If you’re looking for the pattern you can find it in her Sting Fling book.
Make sure to stop by next week on Friday….I have another Bonnie quilt that I’m binding now and should be done for next Friday too. I can’t wait to have yet another UFO off the list!!