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Sew New to Me VQB Quilt Top Finished

My goal today was to finish up at least one of the quilt tops that I need to get done.  This was the one that I decided on–my Sew New To Me VQB quilt top.  You’ll remember that I asked each of the girls to make blocks featuring squares & half square triangles using this pallette:
I got back such an array of blocks–I opted to frame each one in Kona Charcoal to really spotlight each block.  I like how that added such a nice “pop” to the overall quilt.  I think that I’m going to bind the quilt in the Kona as well.  I haven’t decided what I feel like for the backing–by the time I get to the backing I am ready to be done–so, we’ll see what happens. =)

Comments (15)

  • Love it Corey!!! The charcoal Kona is perfect to frame each block… you've got excellent taste my dear! 😉

  • Beautiful! I love how you outlined each block – they each pop out like a little masterpiece.

  • That is, WOW. Just WOW! Amazing. I vote for turquoise on the back (6th one down in your stack of fabrics).

  • Beautiful! The Kona charcoal against the white is perfect.

    Jennifer 🙂

  • Wow, that is a beauty!

  • Nice! I really love the colors & all the patterns too.

  • Love the range of colours you chose, and what fabulous blocks!

  • It looks fabulous!

  • Really nice way to put together a sampler!

  • Love the color palette you chose and how you pulled all the blocks together when you set them. Beautiful!

  • Wow is that gorgeous! So subtle and sophificated – you're good lady!

  • [course, everyone should know how to spell sophisticated before you use it]

  • […] of the virtual quilting bees that I was in last year.  If you missed seeing the quilt top–here’s the post.  All of the blocks will be hand quilted & then, I think, for the white sashing I am going to […]

  • This is stunning. The charcoal frame works beautifully.

  • Love!

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