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Sunday, October 11, 2015

Ribbon Candy Finish

This weekend was rather quiet,
allowing me time to get some
overdue machine quilting done.

I have several completed tops
that are patiently waiting to be finished.

This quilt was made with
5" squares of white and
Anna Marie Horner fabrics. 
I found the pattern for the
"Pinwheels on Point"
on  the Missouri Star Quilt Company site.


I'm not sure what I will do with this one yet.
It's a good size for a baby quilt,
but may be too wild.

Plus it isn't the typical "baby" color palette.

It may end up on a table at some point.

Never the less, I love it.
It reminds me of Ribbon Candy,
hence, the name.

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Happy Quilting!!

9 comments:

Libby in TN said...

Actually, babies see contrast, not color, so your quilt would be very interesting for them.

Churn Dash said...

I agree with Libby. It is probably a perfect baby quilt. It's a beautiful quilt.

Helen

LA Paylor said...

I just love the way the pinwheels go with the snowballs to make candy! It totally looks like candies! Great as if I don't have enough projects now I want to make this!
And Missouri patterns are usually fast and fun. LeeAnna
ps a baby will like it but those new moms are so design savvy now, she might only want gray and gray blue for instance! Find a cool mommy to give it to as a baby would like it!

Susan said...

It does look like Ribbon Candy.... Lovely quilt.

The Colorful Fabriholic said...

Actually I think it's perfect for a baby quilt. Nice bright colors - love it!

Frances said...

Wild is good ...

Kate said...

Lots of fun bright colors!

Teresa in Music City said...

Add me to the list of those who think that quilt would be a PERFECT baby quilt!!! It's adorable :*)

straythreads said...

That quilt turned out great!!1 love it!