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Sunday, November 29, 2015

A November Finish!!

I have a finished quilt to share this month!

My sewing machine has been busy the last couple of days
and I am so happy.

AND a Christmas gift is checked off of my list.

My goddaughter asked me for a table topper for Christmas.
She has a new antique kitchen table and wanted something
bright to put on it.

Bright I can do!

Following this tutorial,
I used a charm pack of bright batiks
 and also cut 5" squares
of the turquoise and pastel swirl batiks
and began piecing.

I used straight pins to baste the "windows" to the base
and this made the quilting so much easier.

It surprised me at how easy it was to stitch the bias edges
over the windows to make the design.
I sometimes put one pin in the bottom of the curve
and just kept stitching and moving around the quilt.
Quilt as you go projects are wonderful!

The finished table topper!
This went together so quickly and really is striking.

This is such a fun pattern to make.
I see more of these in my future!

Please visit Patchwork Times to see what others are creating.

Happy Quilting!!


Sara said...

You make it look so simple in your pictures. And the finished product looks so complicated. Very pretty!

Julie said...

This is beautiful! It's so my colors! I have done the technique before, but mine was very different and wasn't done as a quilt as you go. Thank you so much for the tutorial link!

Debbie said...

Adorable. I am batik biased...but it sure looks like a fun project to put together.

Libby in TN said...

Super!! Perfect fabric choices for this technique.

DeeDee said...

So very beautiful! Thanks for the link.

Churn Dash said...

It looks great! I tried that technique one time, I was not as successful as you. I take my hat off to you.


Vicki in MN said...

It is simply divine! Beautiful fabrcis, great pattern! Glad to hear you are getting some sewing time now ;-)

Sandie said...

Thanks for the tutorial link! I have been inspired!

Monica said...

Wow, that is gorgeous! I have not seen this tutorial before, thanks very much for the link. One to remember!

AnnieO said...

Very very pretty! I've got a magazine page torn out that had the circle edges left raw, but your finished work is so crisp and nice.

Unknown said...

Holy cow - you make this look so easy. Thanks for the link and showing your progress. Beautiful quilt!

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

Beautiful quilt Ramona and.....you know how I love batiks! This will be perfect for her table.

Val's Quilting Studio said...

OMG!! This is beautiful! You made this look soooo easy!

deb @ frugal little bungalow said...

This is just gorgeous!

Kate said...

Wow! Gorgeous table topper. I love the bright colors framed in that teal.

QuiltinGal said...

This looks so fresh and clean. Love the color choice.