A Friday Finish: Ginger Bell

We actually have two finishes this week.  If you missed the first one, you can see it here.

This quilt is a bit of a joint project for Kelli and I.  She provided the fabric.  She sewed the top together.  I quilted it and I bound it.

I am so glad that Kelli and I can work that way.  She does the parts she loves…I do the parts that I love.  We actually work really good together.  Sure there are times when we do parts of projects that aren’t our favorite but that’s often because we know the other REALLY hates that part.

This quilt is Ginger Belle.  It’s a Miss Rosie’s Quilt Company Design.  The pattern can be found here in this quilt book, Miss Rosie’s Spice of Life Quilts (Leisure Arts #5026).  This book is a favorite of both mine and Kelli’s.

Kelli added her own little scrappy touch to it making it even better in my opinion…but I am a scrappy girl.

I used this as the quilting design.

This quilt is going to her boyfriend’s Grandma….lucky Grandma, don’t you think??

Today I am hooking up with Today I am hooking up with Confessions of a Fabric AddictLink a Finish FridayFreedom Fridays and Crazy Mom Quilts.

17 thoughts on “A Friday Finish: Ginger Bell”

  1. Don’t you hate it when you see a beautiful quilt (like yours), and then the blogger tells the book….and I say to myself – “I have that book”….”I don’t remember that pattern”. Beautiful color choices by your daughter.

  2. If I had seen the picture in the book I would have skipped right by it. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Kelli’s fabric choice’s and your quilting in wonderful.

  3. Colors make such a difference! Had I just seen the picture in the book I don’t think I would have wanted to make it but Kelli’s colors are wonderful! Now I have to go out and get that book. Both of you did a beautiful job. (but where’s your “quilt model” Ruby?)

  4. Kristy Wilkinson

    So sweet! Love all the scrappiness! Plus the stars too! What a neat quilt. The colors are so great together. That quilt pattern looks tricky. You two make a great team. Keep it up! K-

  5. Both quilts “Easy Streets” and “Ginger Bell” are totally awesome. I wish I Had a very rich husband. then I’ll retire and spend all my days in the magic world of colours and cloth.. Any chance of a digital patter for the above mentioned quilts? Pretoria is a long way from the States Regards
    Sandra Thom

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