Thursday, March 3, 2016

Throwback Thursday - March Edition

It's once again time for Throwback Thursday!!  Head over to A Quarter Inch from the Edge to see all the TBT projects.

A Quarter Inch from the Edge


This is an oldie that I made for my sister.  I used this pattern for several quilts in the past.


This is one of my early attempts at free-motion quilting.  I started and stopped with each flower -- didn't know you could do a continuous line and join them.  Good thing I had friends who shared their knowledge.


And for some reason, it appears that I only quilted on the diagonal in one direction.  My sister hasn't complained so I'm assuming the quilt is holding up to the usual wear and tear.



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10 comments:

  1. Red, yellow and... Orange. Shocker! Your quilting skills have certainly evolved but the texture of the quilt looks lovely. Fun pattern too. Nice to get to know your quilty past!.

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  2. A very bright quilt, full of spirit! I'm still seeing that pattern around a lot!

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  3. Such a pretty quilt and I love that flower motif. I used the same method for a quilt quite a while ago. This sunny quilt is a sight for sore eyes at this time of year and looks fabulous hanging on the line!

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  4. What a great splash of color! It's a very pretty quilt.

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  5. A quilt for your sister! Yay! <3 I also appears that your sister loves orange as much as you. :)

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  6. I'm currently doing a quilt with individual flowers.....I had not thought about joining them....thanks for the idea. Now I need to do some rethinking. Love this quilt, especially the colours.

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  7. Orange & yellow... hmmm. I see how your colour sense has evolved. ☺ I love that yellow dottie print. I had a big ole hunk of it in my stash. I think I bought it to make curtains for the kitchen in my condo. Thanks for linking up with Throwback Thursday @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge!

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  8. What a lucky sister to get such a warm and sunny quilt.

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  9. This is such a bright and happy quilt! And I love the FMQ flowers. :)

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  10. What a beautiful quilt for your sister. I'm sure she loves it very much. Those happy little flowers just add to the fun and the love.

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