9/24/11

Two Finishes


My sleeping cats are finished!  I am so happy to have this completed.  The decision to make the cats all different colors came from the border fabric I wanted to use.  Here's a close-up.  I fell in love with this fabric when I saw it.  I'm a sucker for cat fabrics anyway.



It's hard to see in this image, but the polka dot background is multi-colored as well.  The back isn't made yet.  Sadly, I don't have enough of the fabric that I wanted to use from my stash.  That means I'll have to buy some.  I've kind of decided to use a solid grass green that will match the green in the border, and then use the same green for the binding.  I need to have it ready for Wednesday when I meet up with my quilter, Tammi, so that means a trip to the fabric store on Monday.  I'll have to avert my eyes from anything not green.

The second finish was this stitchery from my "Day in the Life of Mr. Bear" quilt.



I just love these stitcheries.  It'll have a dark rose border like the first stitchery did, and then I'll be adding some scrappy pink squares to build the entire block.  I'll probably work on that next week some time.

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7 comments from clever and witty friends:

Brita said...

The quilt turned out wonderful! Love the kitty print for the border. What a fun quilt :-D

Helen said...

OK I just found your blog 20 minutes ago and now I am back. Beautiful quilt. Plus I was flipping around in your Photo Finish, I think I may just need to participate in that soon too. Now I am ADDICTED to another Blog!!!
Helen

Kate said...

Wow, that was fast. Your cat quilt turned out beautifully! Love all the colors and your border fabric. Congrats on getting the top done.

Glenys said...

Oh so catty and your cats have faces. That's good.

ElfRenee said...

Wow! This is the coolest quilt ever! I love it!!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Congrats on a finish. Doesn't it feel great!

quiltzyx said...

Fun, fun, fun, & finished! Great border print too.
Your stitcheries are coming out so nicely I'm tempted to start some too. (Then I think of my guild's banner, which I hand embroidered, and think again.)