Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Something for Kate!

The 'Little Menagerie' has been tamed into a quilt top.
Photos shot very glamourously against the garden shed!
That's the easy part done. Now ... to the quilting!
(Pattern is my 'Abracadabra', fabrics are Melanie Hurlston's 'Little Menagerie', against white solid).

16 comments:

  1. Hi there - I love this quilt top - it's gorgeous in Mellys fabrics too. I had a Bliss layer cake arrive today, so I'm hoping to get started on your lovely design soon! I've had a good read thru and your instructions look great - even for a novice like me!

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  2. Loving the clean lines of this quilt..great way to cut out the elephants..trunk to trunk and the 'kate' is really sweet!

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  3. Your quilt top is just beautiful! Love the crisp lines!

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  4. That is stunning! Love the fussy cut animals, too cute. Such a bright and happy quilt.

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  5. Gorgeous quilt - I am becoming just a bit partial to using white for the sashing on a quilt I'd like to do. Looks so fresh....just have to work on my "list" first. (Try to reply to this comment when you get a chance and let me know if i'm a 'no reply' blogger or not. Thanks.)

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  6. That looks so simple to do yet so stunning! You have a way with colours, I love it! Have a brilliant day.
    Shani

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  7. It's a beauty, Bloom! You
    have an eye for great fabrics and design. Lucky Kate!

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  8. Beautiful!! Love the ellies:)I have just finished another "Abracadabra" quilt top in fabrics with a Parisian theme for my sister-in-law's birthday - just need to quilt it now.

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  9. What a gorgeous quilt top!
    I love the pretty prints against the crisp white.

    One day I hope to develope the patience to quilt. :-)

    Kimberly

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  10. Very cute :) I love seeing things made out of the fabrics - you did them proud :) Love it!

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