06 July 2008

Another Little Quilt Swap

Isn't it great?! I received my little quilt from Ann A. This is 17.5" square and is made with a line of fabrics by Sandy Gervais called Fall Back In Time.

I have hung it right beside my sewing machine so all I have to do is turn my head and There It Is!

I am very uncomfortable working in these fallish colors. I think I have forced myself a time or two. Most everything I make has blue in it somewhere. So when I opened the package I was delighted! Here was something for me in colors that I don't use and really have very little in the stash. I just love this little quilt.

Thank you, Ann!

16 comments:

  1. What a great little quilt! Lucky you...

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  2. What fabulous colors! Do you think you will hang it?

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  3. Oh, it is so cute!!! Lucky you!!
    I didn't get a chance to sign up for this swap. :(

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  4. Great little quilt! It's vibrant colors make it zing.

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  5. Darling little quilt! Your so lucky!
    Sheri

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  6. It is an adorable mini quilt. Me too I love to receive things very diferent from those I usualy make.

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  7. What a cute mini-quilt. The colors and design really make it pop.

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  8. I love fall colors and have lots of it in my stash :) What a great little addition to your sewing area, it's beautiful!!

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  9. What a great quilt!

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  10. If you have a peep in my blog a few days back you will see this range in a jelly roll which I am making into Chinese Coins.
    I actually purchased a pattern.
    Very rare for me. I usually have trouble following them.lol.

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  11. this is a great quilt...
    treasure it!

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  12. Yummy! That's definitely a beauty -- enjoy it.

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  13. Did you say 17.5" square? That's amazing - and small - and did I say small? What skill and patience she must have! It's a beauty.

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  14. What a lovely gift! I clicked to enlarge the photo and see the fabrics up close. Such cool fabrics, and they work so well together!

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