Wednesday, March 11, 2015

An Outdoorsy Flimsy Finish


I am happy to say that my husband's quilt is now a flimsy.  It helped so much to step away and not look at it for several hours.  Something I need to remind myself when I keep rearranging things on the design wall.  I appreciate everyone else's perspective and interest in my new quilt project.

So this is what it looked like yesterday.


And this is what it now looks like.


While I didn't change anything, I love how much better a finished quilt top looks.  I hope to get this quilted tomorrow (hubby's birthday).  

I am most likely going to do an all over pattern.


I like simple quilting designs.

But part of me is maybe thinking about quilting each part separately.


The all over design is winning right now.  If I don't quilt this quilt the second way, then I'm sure to try it on another quilt sometime.    My dad now wants a quilt just like this, but big enough to cuddle in.

XX,
Jasmine

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11 comments:

  1. It's fantastic, Jasmine!! Quilts seem to always look better put together. I tried to find the panel online but had a hard time. I would like get some of that. I can't believe you are almost done. Your husband will be very pleased. What a great gift.

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  2. I am always amazed how much a quilt changes at all the stages it goes through. Time wise you might want to do the all over, but it would be spectacular with the custom!!

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  3. Rosemary B here
    Jasmine, this is beautiful. What a treasure!
    This is good that you have fabric and specific instruction from your dad heehee ...... dads!

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  4. I should have read ahead in your post - I scrolled up and down to see if I could identify anything that might have changed first, though! haha! :) It looks so crisp all pieced together; I always find the first view of a pieced top to be one of the most satisfying parts of making a quilt.

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  5. I can't believe how quickly you pieced that quilt top. Nice job! Have fun with the quilting.

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  6. You know you have a winner when someone else is asking for the same ... :-))
    Your quilt is lovely!!

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  7. This outdoorsy quilt top is simply charming! Love how well you framed those delightful focus pieces. I vote for the all over quilting design, too. Can't wait to see what you (and Princess) decide to do!

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  8. Happy Birthday to your DH! Your gift speaks of love and adoration, perfect!

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  9. Jasmine, this turned out all kinds of awesome!! I would vote custom (but of course I would!) but with time constraints, all over is probably the way to go :) And I am also amazed at how fast you can put a top together!!

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  10. I don't blame your Dad for wanting this lovely wall hanging in a snuggle-quilt size! It is perfect for wintery weather.

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  11. Jasmine it isn't as easy to do a picture quilt as one might think. You did an excellent job - the borders and pictures and colors looks so pleasingly balanced! Your Dad is right to want one too, LOL.

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