Wednesday, July 30, 2008

A Quilt, For Real.





This is the quilt I finished weeks ago for little baby Murphy, who I have yet to meet, but soon, I swear, I will take this to her. As soon as I am done gazing at it longingly, that is. I want a giant one, which, I suppose I could make, but I would rather just have someone invent a machine that makes small quilts larger. Rick Moranis, anyone?

14 comments:

anotheryarn said...

It is beautiful. Was there rhyme and reason to the fabric placement or was it truly random?

capello said...

wowzas, love that.

and yes, i could go for that machine as well. order it up for us!

S. Anderson said...

I love this! How awesome! Can you tell us more about what pattern you using in your quilt binding. Did you just freemotion from one side to the other?

Sarah said...

I love the "pattern" you quilt in. What a lucky baby to have this lovely quilt!

Jacquie said...

beautiful...love the colors and the fabric choices. let me know when Rick arrives and send him on over to my house...

christymaynard said...

This is gorgeous. The color combination is so soothing.

Knitting in Pink said...

This is a beautiful quilt. I also would like to know what pattern you use for the actual quilting on your quilt.

Rebekah said...

beautiful! I love the calm, peaceful seafoam colors. I always enjoy seeing the quilting that you do. Your pattern is so unique!

Sarah said...

This is so beautiful! I need to come over and have you give me some lessons.

miss chris said...

You have the best eye for color.

Love this.

oilclothjunkie said...

Beautiful quilt! As always love your color choices!

Cami said...

What great colors and quilting! It is beautiful. I think I too would love one of these in a larger size. When you get a machine that can do that, could you get one for me too!?

amandajean said...

such a beautiful quilt! sometimes plain squares are all you need. and some good quilting doesn't hurt, either.

LEE-ANNE GILBERT said...

Love the colour combination.. great blog too! Lx