Saturday, February 23, 2013

My own completed project

I participated in a swap with my Wisconsin friends last year of quarter square triangles. I was inspired to finish it by Debbie Frey's completed top in Georgia.
I decided done was better than fancy!!
Hope you like it!
Randy, heading back to California


  1. I LOVE it, Randy. All of those QST are plenty fancy to me!

  2. Randy, I like the HST quilt. Good for you, How about another photo of the little king and the really little princess.

    Does she look like brother? Surely hope so.

  3. I love it Randy! How about letting me in on a couple of these swaps? LOL

  4. Oh, I love this one too. You are inspiring me. Maybe I'll start a new quilt tomorrow morning!

  5. Done is ALWAYS better than fancy. How special to have such a colorful, finished quilt from a swap.

  6. What a lot of yummy scrappy goodness! Makes me want to crawl on the floor and get a closer look :D

  7. Looks great, I love that you put a pinwheel block in the quilt
    I made a quilt like this and put in a nine patch block ! its fun to find it when your looking at the quilt
    congrats on a finish!


  8. How very gorgeous, this one!

  9. I don't just like it, I love it!

  10. Great project! Sort of inspires me to start an exchange with a couple of long-distance quilting buddies ... how many of you participated? How many blocks did each person exchange? Such a variety of colors and "motion" ... beautiful!

  11. This is gorgeous! And I love the corner blocks! Awesome!

  12. Is this pattern still called "broken dishes"?
    Lovely, how fun!
    Did you get home from the snowstorms?

    Happy Sewing

  13. I just found your block via my friend Kathie Holland's blog. It looks like you love the same sort of quilts Kathie and I do. This Broken Dishes - or Hourglass - is a spectacular example of a wide and varied fabric collection. I love it lots! I will be back to visit regularly.

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  15. Your top is a beauty. What a great variety of fabrics. I think scrappy quilts look perfect in fairly simple patterns....why not let the fabrics do the work? Great finish.

  16. I love it. Can't imagine sewing all those little pieces together!

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  19. Your top is fantastic.
    Grit from Germany

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  22. Love it, makes me want to start on one myself. Well done.