Saturday, December 13, 2008

The top is done

It is, but as I was piecing together a back from the leftover scraps of fabric I realized that these could become a whole other quilt.
Soooooo...I have to go buy some backing fabric for this one and the new one.
Hopefully today if it doesn't start snowing.
Christmas Zig Zag Quilt Top

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22 comments:

  1. Oooooo... the quilt top is BEAUTIFUL!!! Love it! It is so fresh and clean looking.

    By the way... where do you live that you can see your patio? We haven't seen ours since November. If our entire winter is going to be this cold with this much snow, we're going to be a crabby bunch in Wisconsin. Next week we have a few warming days and then below zero temps. What's going on?

    Can't wait for your quilt to be finished and on your bed, photographed and on your blog. It would even make a great duvet cover.
    Snowy hugs,
    joni

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  2. absolutely beautiful. Love the colours with the clean white backdrop.
    Andi :-)

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  3. Oops! I tried to leave a comment and the page dissappeared. I like what you are doing. Those are nice colors! Forgive me if 2 comments show up.

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  4. Anina, The top came out beautifully! I love it, the colors are bright and bold. Not to mention happy. Great to spice up the holidays!

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  5. Wow, this quilt top looks fantastic! I love the green, red and pink color combinations! Great job with this.

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  6. loving this fun top. is it the original or the scraps-backing-that-became-a-quilt-top-through-christmas-magic?

    sorry. i watched frosty yesterday. twice.

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  7. Love all those happy fabrics! your quilt looks great :)

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  8. Love it... it looks great. You haven't made it using half sqaure triangles though have you? Any tips on making all those triangles?? As i've said before, i'd love to make a zig zag quilt, just trying to work out the best way!! I know what you mean about the backing too... i have a couple like that in my stash.. you think you're done and then it all starts again heh heh. I enjoy following your blog. Lx

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  9. i love that zig-zag pattern. i did one of those. all the extra 1/2 square triangles make a quilt too. did ya save those? makes up quick too.

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  10. Gorgeous, just like I knew it would be. So whimsical and bright.
    Teresa

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  11. it's gorgeous!!! I can't wait to see the second quilt, too.

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  12. Soooo pretty Anina! I love the zig zags and the nice clean look of it!!!

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  13. It is beautiful! I love all the colors. So bright and cheery!

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  14. Oh it's so pretty. I made a zig zag quilt and have been wanting to make another one. I have lots on my plate right not though.

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  15. i so wish i was as quick/efficient as you in quiltinig! thanks for inspiring.

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  16. I love all the colors and fabric choices you used! Turned out so stunning!!!

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  17. Delicious! I love your fabric choices. Now where is a picture of that pieced back that you've decided to use as a quilt top?????

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  18. So lovely! So did you find backing fabric for it yet?

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  19. I absolutely love this quilt, Anina! And I hope it snows... but not until you get home.

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  20. you have a top! yeah!!! it's wonderful...simply wonderful, so fresh and christmasy.

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  21. I like the colours of these quilts

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