Monday, January 25, 2010

Wonky Curves Charity Quilt




The charity quilt I was working on it now finished, bound and washed, and I love the way the Mountain Mist batting turned out.  It's soft and drapeable,  with enough loft to show the quilting stitches.  I'm pleased with the quilting too, actually.  Thank you Supreme Slider and Janome.  The overall look is less pleasing to me--an odd mixture of gentle and almost straight curves.  That's a lesson for next time, I guess.

8 comments:

*karendianne. said...

Kay! Very fun charity quilt. I really dig the colors as well. You have such a good eye for "balance." *karendianne.

Rian said...

Love the happy colors. What is this Supreme Slider?

Joyce said...

I love the colors on this one. Some lucky person is really going to enjoy it.

Debra said...

The joy of making charity quilts is that you can make all kinds of "lesson" quilts but they still serve the greater purpose of bringing happiness and comfort to someone else.

This is a fun quilt!

Vivian said...

I totally agree with Debra. The charity quilts where we practice benefit us and the recipient. What a happy quilt you made!

Deb H said...

I LIKE IT! It's a very HAPPY quilt!

jenclair said...

Such cheerful colors, and I agree with the previous posters, a very happy quilt!

Finishing Lines by K.Sperino said...

This is a great quilt!