Monday, September 27, 2010

At the top of the pile.

This is how I spent my day yesterday.
Gee, such a shame that I had to stay home and sew instead of going into the city : )
I finally got my Freckled Whimsy quilt along top finished!
This was a bit of a wowzer to get done! I hate trimming down half square triangles and after all the ones in the Botany quilt, I just kept putting this off.
I am glad its done now and I am looking forward to quilting it!
Fabric is Sweet by Urban Chiks. yep, I am using my beloved Urban Chiks fabrics. I haven't cracked open the 1974 jelly rolls yet. Baby steps.


I have been meaning to get photos of this beauty for ages!
Thanks to Barry being completely unpredictable earlier this month, I managed to get this top started and finished in one day!
Gotta love that!!!


This is Ellie's pattern from the Moda Bakeshop.


It is a really pretty pattern that is super simple for an awesome result! Gotta love that!!! Fabric is Fandango by Kate Spain.


I think I have to take it easy on making quilt tops at the moment, I have 7 waiting to be quilted! 7!!!
I am guessing that the next few posts will be photos of my quilting and hopefully finished quilts!
kellster

10 comments:

Bellgirl said...

Wowza, it looks wonderful! I love the Urban Chiks designs too, especially one called Oops Daisy from the swel collection.

Clair said...

You are a machine! How on earth do you manage to get so much done?
That Freckled Whimsy quilt is fanbloomintastic! Bring it over on Friday for show and tell.......not saying it might go missing at my place....at all! Honest!

Kirsten said...

Your quilt along top looks AMAZING! I love your layout! And I might have some Fandango envy! Big time!

Amy said...

I am overwhelmed by the number of quilts you whip up! Amazing! Your fabric choices are great. Enjoy the quilting.

Kirsty said...

The Freckled Whimsey quilt looks great. I must really get stuck back into mine, just need some time.

Kristie said...

Nice work, Kelli :-)

Andi said...

They are both gorgeous but that first one is bloody brilliant!!!

Maree: said...

Love the Design of the first one...very clever & Love Fandango it's Gorgeous in your top...A very productive weekend.
chees

Aunt Spicy said...

Such a perfect way to use the Urban Chiks fabric! I have a Sweet Layer Cake that I am thinking og cutting into (pun intended!) to make a baby blanket with...you are inspiring me!

Leslie said...

this is beautiful. i have been wanting to make this pattern for my living room. i have american jane punctuation fabric waiting for me to have time for this project.