Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Tula Pink Quilt #1 -- A Flimsy!

One of those rare occasions when a quilt has turned out just right, with no major mishaps along the way, no "I wish I would have," no second guessing.

I am so happy with this quilt. It finishes at about 42-1/2 inches square.

I believe that if you click on the picture, it will get bigger.

Thank you, Tula Pink. Thank you, Joe for buying the book and assisting with the lay-out.

10 comments:

piecemealquilts.com said...

I love how this turned out! The layout you chose is perfect, and the skinny white sashing with the rainbow cornerstones sets everything off so nicely.

Janet O. said...

Very pretty, Nancy. Love all the batik-ness! : )
You SHOULD be pleased!!

Karla said...

Oh Nancy, I LOVE it! The layout you picked is perfect. I love the white and the little rainbow corner squares. You have great vision. I think the random layout which I liked best would have been too busy for the finished flimsy. Isn't it great when something turns out so perfect? BTW, I have no idea what a flimsy is, but I can guess what it is by the picture and a little commonsense. You still have me thinking about quilting. LOL!

Linda said...

What a satisfying finish! Looks terrific.

cityquilter grace said...

pretty....

Paula, the quilter said...

This is wonderful!

LizA. said...

Ooh, what a fun quilt. It reminds me of a pack of lifesavers, all those pretty rainbow colors. Fun! Fun! Fun!

Barbara Anne said...

Love it, LOVE IT!!! This is one of the happiest quilts I've ever seen and the multi-colored bright cornerstones are the cherries on top! Applause, applause and well done, too.

7" of snow with some ice here but more may come later today. How is it there?

Hugs!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Well done!!! GREAT quilt!

Lynda Halliger Otvos (Lynda M O) said...

Love love love it. All about it is adorable. You did a superb job with the fabrics and the little cornerstones just delight the eye.