Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Flying Geese in Central Park!

The first of three custom Central Park quilts has been completed and is on its way to a new home!

I just love working with these fabrics -- they make me so happy!

I haven't made any progress on the triangle trimming for the other two quilts, but I did finish the bindings on two of my California quilt tops. The first is Lucy's Crab Shack by Sweetwater. This one just makes me want to lie on the beach with a good book!

I used a simple patchwork design, which I think sets off the prints beautifully. I am anxious to make another quilt out of these lovely fabrics, however, perhaps in a more complex design. This quilt is now listed in my Etsy shop here.

I also finished a Vintage Modern quilt in my Hip to Be Square pattern. Although I've used Vintage Modern charm squares in a few other quilts, including this one, I finally cut into my layer cake and used the complete collection! I have not tired of the aqua/red color combination, and I love the touches of pink, grey and green that complement the red and aqua in this collection. This quilt is also listed in my shop.

After a little bit of laundry and dishes, I'll be cutting into some Backyard Baby fabric to finish up another custom order. Lots of finishes coming up in the next week, I hope!


1 comment:

  1. Hi Kerry,
    Three more very pretty quilts! They are all so different in color & style. Like you, the summer patchwork quilt makes me relax just looking at it. Thanks for sharing!
    Have a great day,