Friday, November 8, 2013

Dissapearing 9 Patch: Take 1

Yay! A finish for this Friday.
 A snuggle sized Disappearing 9 Patch.

It started as a challenge of sorts from my Guild-as many members as wanted could put together a disappearing 9 patch and we'd share them in July.
 I had a top all put together by the end of February.
 I took apart a seam to make two quilts and then they sat for many months.  It didn't seem so pressing since baby girl was due in July and I knew I wouldn't be able to share my quilts at guild.  I finally got them basted in September and took them with me up north to quilt.  Wednesday I got the binding on.  Yesterday washed and photographed (on a cloudy windy day) and the first one blogged today.
 This one is quilted with wavy lines along the seams.
 The back is a home dec weight cotton.

 The facts:
46" x 63"
Fabrics: All kinds from my stash
Batting: A thin poly from Joann
Thread: Coats and Clark Cotton in White

I will be donating this one to Operation Snuggles - quilts for children whose parents are in the military and being deployed.

Linking with Crazy Mom Quilts

This is also a finish for the Finish A Long! Original List *here*


Anonymous said...

Very cute quilt! Those pinks are fab!

Anonymous said...

Very cute quilt! Those pinks are fab!

Abby said...

I really like the wavy quilting - I'll have to get up the nerve to try that some time!

Sally said...

Oh how lovely that you are donating such a beautiful quilt. It is beautiful. Lovely dovely for sure. Bravo to you.

Jasmine said...

I love the serpentine quilting. Yours is so nice and even.

OPQuilt said...

Congrats on all the finishing up of a long-term project. Love the wiggly quilting lines--always a favorite, and bravo to you for finishing up an FAL candidate. (I'm soooo behind!)


Krista Schneider said...

hurray for finished! the squiggle quilting is rad, love that!