Wednesday, 4 June 2014

a finished quilt

I have finally finished the mini 24 block Tula Pink sampler quilt,  it has been waiting for the quilting and binding and now it is done.   I used my bernina and walking foot but still having problems re the weight and sometimes not feeding through but I will improve in time.  Each block has been quilted individually with a matching thread for the block and different patterns too and the black sashing has just been straight line quilted either side of then seams.  Finished size 33" x 38"


Overall I am happy with it and it sits on the back of my 2 seat sofa,    will probably do another one the same size for the other sofa and then use the left over 52 blocks for a larger quilt.

Also done the bee blessed block for june, called a scrappy  but classy block.There will  not be another one till september.



Another block also from the QCQAL with Alison at little bunny quilts, the Dutchman`s puzzle,  I am not so sure using the green as a background fabric is the right choice but too late to change as I have done 8 blocks and green is my favourite colour.



I have decided to ignore google + completely so anyone that has asked me to link to it it is nothing personal but I do not understand what it is all about. and it seems it effects blogger so will keep my distance.


30 comments:

  1. Well done Margaret, it looks great!!

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  2. That looks great Margaret. I hope you'll bring it to thee next YMQG meeting for show and tell?

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  3. Great finish! Love how each block is quilted differently. They seem to just float off the quilt.

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  4. Your quilt looks absolutely wonderful.

    Nana

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  5. Your finish is fantastic. Great color choice. The other two blocks are wonderful.

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  6. HI! Margaret , your quilt looks amazing love the blocks,quilting and black sashing. The block you asked me about was another form for Jacobs Ladder block. I am not sure what i'm doing with Google+ either .

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  7. 52 left over blocks! Wow, you've been busy. It looks great. Love the scrappy one also~ old patterns just speak my name:)

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  8. Great job! I love the colors and it is very impressive! Way to go! XO

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  9. Congratulations on the finish Margaret! Your quilt looks amazing.Both the new blocks looks wonderful but my favorite is the 9 patch bow block.

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  10. Congrats on finishing your lovely quilt!

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  11. Your latest quilt looks great - congratulations on the finish!! Great to hear you tackled the quilting too so it really is all your own work!

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  12. Your quilt is fantastic. I love the colour - I enlarged it and could see your interesting quilting lines - you did a great job. The new block underneeth is very beautiful, too.

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  13. Congratulations on the completion and wonderful Tula Pink sampler quilt. I'm sure you're very proud to see it on the back of your sofa. Bet it looks terrific there. Your bee blessed block is really nice and colourful and I like the green on your Dutchman`s puzzle block. Really makes the block pop :)

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  14. The Tula Pink qilt is fantastic. I really like it. The closeup of the bee blessed block shows that you have become a master piecer. Isn't it wonderful to have a record through your own blog of your progress.

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  15. Its gorgeous ,love how you have twisted the blocks a bit.
    Got my new machine today

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  16. I love your sampler quilt!! Congratulations on a finish! I am sure it looks beautiful on your couch. I really like your other blocks too!

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  17. Love your quilt mqrgaret, particularlynhow you have set the blocks on a slight angle. The colours just sing against the black. Your new blocks look good too.

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  18. Your quilt looks great well done. The dutchmans puzzle is fine do not worry. It could change depending on the sashing you use, personally I like it as it is. Like you know idea about google + I have enough trouble with blogging as it is.

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  19. Your quilt is just lovely, it must look great on your sofa, it has been worth all the work!

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  20. My goodness, Margaret, you are such a busy bee! Your tula quilt is beautiful! and yes, you must have one for the other sofa too - wouldn't want one to be jealous ;)

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  21. Your quilt is beautiful, Margaret! Love how the colours pop against the black, and I like them dancing a bit instead of being soldiers. i like your green background on the new block--i love green!

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  22. Beautiful little quilt! It's like a box of jewels. I like the green in your block too. I think it's going to look very dramatic.

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  23. Wonderful sampler quilt Margaret, such a lot of quilting too! Well done you :)

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  24. Congratulation on your quilting - a real achievement, I know. I too like the green.

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  25. Congratulations, your quilt is beautiful!

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  26. The quilt looks good, and don´t worry about the quilting, it will improve in due time.
    KATRIN W.

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  27. Your Tula Pink blocks look great against the black background! Congratulations on another finish!

    Green is my favourite colour too, so we have that in common!

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  28. Love the way the blocks are set the gorgeous colours look great on the dark background. Sounds like you put a lot of effort into the quilting.... you get a gold star for that :o)

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  29. The finished quilt looks great, and so do the blocks x

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