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Friday, May 8, 2015

H2H Donation Finished.

Here it is with it's light blue binding...Done!  (Notice the Hubby feet at the side. He likes to model. Oh and I left the picture at this angle because I can keep it bigger and the feet out the side are funnier.  Makes him look magical - doesn't it?)


 Showing a bit of the binding and the backing. The butterflies go with this Kaffe Fassett fabric, I think.  Showing the quilting here, too. I made Xs through the 16 patches and wiggly lines through the Xs. I think it turned out pretty good. I'll try the Good Night Irene setting of 16 patches again. I enjoyed making this quilt. (I used as many interesting fabrics as I could. It's going to Em's Happy Chemo, so I wanted lots of fun squares to look at. There are some bright yellow ones with owls that are talking. One says Wow and another says Good Job, there is a Bravo and a Super, too.)
Sorry this is out of focus, but just another close up. Next time the 16s will be more concentrated color so it won't interfere with the Xs. Live and learn, right? 

So I'm off to share this on Can I get a Whoop Whoop... and probably over at Crazy Mom Quilts, too.  See you tomorrow with a new butterfly - I still have to make one to share.

Hugs
 
 

21 comments:

  1. Great job, Terri! It is a bright and beautiful quilt and I'm sure will be much appreciated!

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  2. Beautifully colourful quilt, someone somewhere will be very happy to receive this gift!

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  3. Just lovely finish! Those owls are adorable...hugs, Julierose

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  4. Bright, colorful and happy. Congratulations on a great finish!

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  5. Great finish for a great cause. Love the quilt.

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  6. Wonderful finish! This turned out just wonderful....feet and all!

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  7. The fabulous flying husband! This pattern has several names -- Chiclets is the one I'm most familiar with. I did it with 30's fabrics about 10 years ago. Maybe it's time to try it again....Thanks for sharing the closeup of the quilting.

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  8. it is a great quilt!!! I really like that Terri at the bottom!!! Cool

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  9. This pattern is a great one. Yours is wonderful. Love the sideways husband photo.

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  10. This is a beautiful quilt! I think I watched a Missouri Star Quilt tutorial on this design a while back! Your colors are so cheerful! Love those X's too! Perfect!

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  11. the quilt does look magical with the husband sideways, made me chuckle! But it is a gorgeous finish. This will definitely warm someones heart great finish.

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  12. Oh, it's beautiful, Terri!! A great finish!! Whoop whoop!!

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  13. Terri, you made me laugh and smile over your hubby's magical feet. This is a great quilt - sooo fun to see all those fabrics!

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  14. I got a chuckle over the pic. The feet out to the side really were funny. Love the scrappiness of the quilt.

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  15. Tee hee! Guess your hobby has him climbing the walls! Great quilt for a good cause - bravo! Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesday!

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  16. Great job on the quilt. Glad hubby can levitate sideways.

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  17. Love your design with the 4 patches. I learned a lot doing a scrappy quilt too. Makes me not want to wait to do another and I definitely think I'm going to try your setting here. It looks great!

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  18. Great quilt, and I love the feet out the side. He's flying!

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  19. Beautiful. Hugs to you Terri.

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  20. Great job Terri. I love that pattern. 16 patch is so versatile. It will be such a great hug for someone who truly needs one.

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  21. Prefect quilt for H2H. Great job.

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