Sunday, July 07, 2013

urban planning--completed

A useful part of having this blog is I can look back to see when I worked on projects.
The top of this quilt was made in February 2009, was quilted at some point, and I finally finished the binding an hour ago.
Made with shirt plaids, alternating lights and darks rectangles cut 2 1/2 inches by 4 1/2 inches.
Sashing random lengths of lights cut 2 1/2 inches.
Borders random lengths of lights cut 6 1/2 inches.
It is bound with three different greens--leftover from earlier projects.
I love this humble quilt.
My design--use at your  pleasure.

I used up two different ladybug prints for the back!

Quilted by Suzette Fisher.

10 comments:

julieQ said...

I love the softness of this one..and the ladybugs!!

Melanie said...

Great piece.... I love the plaids...

Anonymous said...

Love it!!

Sharon

Brenda said...

I like the way you used up the lights and mediums as backgrounds. it has a lot of movement and interest. woo hoo for old finishes!

Jan D said...

Love this one, too.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the pattern (idea)

I love it and plan to use some of my shirt parts this way....but maybe I need to go get some more lights first

Jodi said...

Interesting how a simple design can be such a masterpiece when complete! I love it, and thanks for permission to be a copy-cat.
:-)

Beatrice said...

Hello,
thank you for sharing the picture and the info on the pattern!
Beatrice.

Anonymous said...

I have to stop reading your blog! I get WAY too many ideas because I LOVE each quilt more than the last! I'll never live long enough to produce this many quilts :-)

Barb in Sioux Center

Lucy said...

Hi Lynn, I love your style of quilts. You are so talented to make quilts with a lovely cozy feel!