I am so thrilled to say that I finished my groovy quilt top. Lately its been very hard to find time for quilt. The tricky part of the this quilt is those curves. Once I got the curves done during our BMQG
meeting everything else did seem little easier. Time consuming though ;). I was originally thinking "Sleepless in Boston" as the title of my post ;). But didn't go through with it .....that it would be too creepy.
Here are some pictures of my quilt top:
|Groovy Quilt Top|
|Alternate View of Groovy quilt|
Now, I have to piecing my backing. I'm just keeping it simple and using a large print my Madrona Road by Violet Craft for Michael Miller fabrics.
I have to also start auditioning some FMQ design to quilt this. Its going to be a challenge since I will be doing it on my DSM and this is first big quilt ever.
Wow, that's amazing!!! I love your colors and the curves are so fun:-) Can't wait to see it with your fabulous FMQ!ReplyDelete
Thank you! Its going to be a while before I finish quilting this beast.Delete
Beautiful quilt. Love the colors you have chosen. Wish i had done this one!ReplyDelete
I'm glad I did this. But not sure if I can finish quilting by next week. But I'm just going to take it easy.Delete
You can do it!!! Quilting on a DSM builds major muscles..hehe! and I love it! Have really gravitated towards the more contemporary quilts and yours is incredible!!! Way to go, Malini!! Hugs, DoreenReplyDelete
It always fun to hear from you. Between carrying the baby all day and FMQ on DSM I hope I get muscles like Kelly Ripa ;). I do like how the quilt colors turned out. Emily Cier is an awesome pattern designer.
this is beautiful and I agree with putting a large print on the back, I think that's going to look great. I can't wait to see what kind of quilting you have planned.ReplyDelete
Whoah! Lots of work and gorgeous color combo!ReplyDelete
I love this quilt and those curves look like a great challenge!ReplyDelete
I cannot wait to see this finished. I love the hot pinks!ReplyDelete