Thursday, November 17, 2016

churn dash--quilt completed

72" by 90"
Block finishes 9"
Quilted by Sue DiVarco
The churn dash quilt made in the solids-on-prints series is quilted and bound.
This is the second quilt made with solid fabrics on wild prints. The first was the ships.
Ready to be quilted are the shoo-fly, pinwheels, and geese in flight. Being pieced now is a framed nine-patch. I have plans for more!
Back uses up some wonderful florals.


7 comments:

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

Your points from block to block match so perfectly. I always have trouble getting them to line up perfectly with the bulk at the points. I like the solids mixed with prints. Looking forward to your next one.

Scrap and quilts said...

Congrats Lynn on this wonderfully scrappy quilt. Great job! ;^)

Ariane said...

It's beautiful! Love it!

Linda @ kokaquilts said...

Such a wonderful scrappy quilt! I love the solids -on- prints look, must try that sometime too.

cspoonquilt said...

Fabulous quilt! All the contemporary prints make it really jazzy and fun to study all the colors! Congrates on a great finish!

Anonymous said...

You taught me how to make my first churn dash. Love this one!!

Sharon

Anonymous said...

I love a great churn dash but my next quilt will be a Hillary...:)
Bridget