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Monday, August 1, 2011

Raggedy and Friends

With temps remaining over 100º over the weekend, it was good to stay inside and get my Raggedy and Friends top quilted.  It feels good to cross another UFO off the list.

This was a free BOM from the Painted Quilt last year.  Thank you Kaaren! 

I didn't do the fancy quilting she did on hers.  Just an overall stipple and a little quilting to add dimension in the embroidered blocks.






This may well be the homliest quilt I've made to date!  LOL.  That isn't a reflection on the pattern..it's cute as can be.  I just don't like my fabric choices for once.


Stay cool everyone.  No end to the heat for us.


10 comments:

Betweens said...

what a wonderfully home quilt, to be cherished by all! I love your fabrics you chose. Nothing like complimenting the designer by completing the task.
Excellent, kaaren will love it

Gmama Jane said...

Mary I love that Raggedy Ann/Andy quilt!! They are my daughter's sorority mascot and she has always wanted a quilt with them on it. Maybe some day, Anyway, your vintage linens will be winging theri way to you so be on the look-out and thanks for being so patient. I hope you like your goodies. Please continue to visit me. I will be showing my new projects the next week or so and participating in the wantobe Quilters Campaign as a sponsor blog for those wanting to learn the art of quilting but have none of the toold. Go to http://sewwequilt@stashmanicure.blogspot.com and check it out.
Blessings
Gmama Jane

Cheryl Willis said...

i think it is adorable, I have enjoyed following your work.
cw

LynCC said...

Cute embroidery!

Patchwork Sisters said...

That is the way I felt about mine too. If I do it again my fabric choices will be different. I loved the pattern and the way it went together. Yours looks great to me.

Crispy said...

Welllll the embroidery and quilting are great :0) Maybe you aren't really happy because it's not as intricate as your DT quilts and that's what your eyes are used to looking at?

Crispy

Gmama Jane said...

Mary, I've lost my mind. I wrote the wrong address down for you. I confused YOUR address with my Pillowcase swap! I'm losing it. Please send me your mailing address one more time. Your lovely linens want to find you!!
Blessings
Crazy Gmama Jane

Sheila said...

I think it looks perfect. I think we are always too critical of our own work. I love following your accomplishments. Wish I had the time, maybe when I retire in a year or so. Keep cool!

Lynn said...

The fabrics look good with the stitching - same character. It is a lovely quilt.

Sunna Reyr said...

The colors are not "you" as my quilting friends say when I show up with my challenging projects, but that makes it all the more fun to work with.

You did very well with yours and this quilt is bound to make some child happy to spend much time exploring.