Wandaful Quilts

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Friday, January 30, 2015

Finish #9 in January...........

I sewed the binding on this triangle quilt and finished it with a zig zag stitch by machine.  This was made from a random assortment of triangles sewn into squares and then fun at the design wall.  It finished at about 41" x 54" so it will be a baby or lap quilt.
If the recipient can't stand all of the color on the front, the back is nice and soothing.

14 comments:

Maryse said...

I love this! This is a nice twist on the zig zag quilt. :-)

Karen H said...

Very nice! And I love the butterfly backing.

Mary said...

Another great finish and it is so pretty.

Debbie said...

I love both sides....wonderful pick. I quickly get tired of zig zags and chevrons, but I think I would enjoy this layout and colorful fabric forever. Thanks for sharing it.

MontyBear said...

Beautiful

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

don't know who could resist all that color on the front!

patty a. said...

A wonderful riot of color! Love it!

Linda Swanekamp said...

A beautiful color fix for snow weary eyes! Just scrumptious!

Lesley Gilbert said...

Very nice - another way to design with HST's :)

JJM said...

Loved catching up with your posts the last few days. Baby quilt is spectacular, love the backing and baby will love the brilliant colorful front.

Turquoise Hunter Star has turned out so pretty. And now you might add more. (*._,*) with those 'giveaway' fabrics you won.

Was fun to see your new bathroom curtain, I am sure it makes you smile every time you go in.

JJM

Charlotta said...

Super!

Tammy Hutchinson said...

I'm inspired by your use of color Wanda! It makes me happy to see your quilts with each new post and they give me courage to play w/ colors more freely.

Diane said...

Another beautiful Zig Zag quilt! I'm still loving mine.

Elaine/Muddling Through said...

I like to have a change of pace for my quilt backings often, too. Not always though, got to keep my options open. I really like the zig and the zag. I want to make one. Yours are always to pretty!