Sunday, April 19, 2009

Spring Fling

This one has been in the works since the end of 2008 and is finally done.
I quilted it in two and a half hours on Thursday.
Halfway!
It's definitely a Spring to Finish project.
Spring Fling
And the newest twiddletails pattern.
Back in August 2008 I made this quilt.
Pastel logs
It was totaly improvisational and I loved it. I really wanted to turn it into a pattern but each block was completely different and that would be an issue.
So I played around with ideas a little and came up with the new one which, although it looks random, really isn't.
Spring Fling
Remember that back I was working on?
Spring Fling
I'm giddishly (is that a word?) happy with this pattern!
It's in the store right now.

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29 comments:

  1. It is perfect for spring! Love it.

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  2. Very pretty! The back is wonderful!

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  3. Wonderful!!! It is so springy and happy. And the back is fabulous. I want to be able to quilt so fast! :)

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  4. Adorable work, Anna. I particularly love the back and the pieced binding.

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  5. I love this!! I must get that pattern! Its really stunning!

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  6. wow you were speedy quilting it :)

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  7. Yes, you can be giddishly happy - it's an awesome look!

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  8. It is totally fantastic! What an awesome quilt! love it. And if loopdy can be a word, than giddishly can too. LOL. ooxx`jodi

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  9. Can I just say, this is such a fabulous, gorgeous quilt?! I really love it, seriously! I love the clean white with the blocks of bright shades of colors. I like that each block has several shades of color, not just one shade. Great job!

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  10. I love how your quilt looks on the machine during the quilting stage.

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  11. Love it. Very clever to make a pattern that looks so improvised.

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  12. Wow you certainly have been busy since the last time I stopped by! Love your 'improv' quilt pattern! Your quilts are always so fresh and pretty...

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  13. Anina, I really like this one and how it turned out! The backing really makes it a two sided quilt.

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  14. Good for you! That's a lot of work. Highly impressive to quilt it in 2.5 hours. My back would hate me.

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  15. It’s gorgeous! 2,5 hours of quilting on the machine? It would take be a year!

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  16. Yes... I do think giddishly is a word (in spite of what my spell check tells me). Your Spring Fling is genius, Anina! Depending how one tilts their head...

    it's modern... it's scrappy
    it's orderly... it's random
    it's sharp... it's free-for-all-ishy.

    I just love it and love how your creative mind works!

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  17. it's so WONDERFUL! i love love LOVE the back, too!!!!

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  18. Oh Anina! That's adorable! And could you please come and quilt at my house? I spent ALL day (2 1/2 hours would have been heaven) wrestling with and ugly quilt!

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  19. congrats!!!! beautiful. and only 2.5 hours...how, how, how do you quilt it so quickly?

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