September 29, 2009

Natalie's Quilt -- Finished!

Well taking a picture outside, with only little helpers, wasn't working today. It's very windy - so I found the best indoor spot and snapped a quick pic of most of the quilt! Then moved to the kitchen where I have lots of good light for the rest.
Natalie's Quilt
To see all of it - check this post out.

I worked through a couple of options for quilting, but came back to a quick stipple. I managed to quilt it in just a few hours :)
Natalie's Quilt
We used a couple of coordinating Kona cottons to back it - do you see them peeking out?
Natalie's Quilt
I love dots for bindings!
Natalie's Quilt
I used the alphabet on my machine to make a label this morning too.
Natalie's Quilt
I love the color palette and the simplicity of the design - now I just have to send it off to my sister! I know it will be well loved!
Natalie's Quilt

Time for me to get the rest of the laundry done - hope you are having a good afternoon.

Blessings~
Amy
----------------------------------------

Subscribe to parkcitygirl
Shop with Amy
Email me

30 comments:

beth said...

i'm sure it will be well loved. it's beautiful!

Natalie said...

I love it! It looks so good, and rest assured it'll be well loved! Thank you so much!

em's scrapbag said...

It turned out wonderful. You quilt a lot faster than I do. I'm a real pokey Pete when it comes to quilting. Little by little I am getting faster.

Mindy said...

Looks fantastic! I always love to see your creations.

jabeybaby said...

What a beautiful quilt! I love those fabrics!

amylouwho said...

ahhhhhhhhh! You are so productive! I love it!! It's really adorable!

I'm really scared to try quilting my quilts. Mostly because I've never done it.

MomBrose said...

gorgeous! gorgeous! gorgeous! I love it!

blushing rose said...

Terry needs prayers & support. Her hubby was in a bad accident today. Terrytreasures.blogspot.com

I love this fabric, gorgeous quilt. Have a lovely autumn week. TTFN ~ Marydon

Leslie said...

this is a beautiful quilt! the colors are gorgeous

Jackie said...

Amy, what a terrific finish! How could it not be well loved? I love it and all the colors.

Blue Is Bleu said...

Just gorgeous! The colours are so lovely... your sis is going to love it!!

Thimbleanna said...

It's beautiful Amy! You did such a great job, and I LOVE the fabrics!!!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Very nice Amy - I'm sure Natalie will treasure it forever.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Very nice Amy - I'm sure Natalie will treasure it forever.

Trudi said...

Wow Amy! It's beautiful! I'm sure your sister will love it!

shiny4444 said...

Natalie is a lucky girl, what a beautiful quilt, well done you :) And you might have stippled and been quick but it suits the design beautifully, Lis

Aimee said...

Beautiful! She will love it!

Sandi said...

Hell Amy, I love your quilt and the colors in it. Your sister will love it. Sandi

Sandi said...

Sorry, that was suppose to be Hello Amy. I guess I need to reread my text before I hit send. LOL Sandi

Jackie Russell said...

Stippling was the perfect choice for this quilt. The busy fabrics wouldn't show any fancy quilting on it. Love the polka dot binding too!

Rebekah said...

It's gorgeous! Your sister is lucky to have you as a sister :)

Erin said...

I love dot binding. Love, love, love.

amy smart said...

Very nice! I love the fabric you used.

Anonymous said...

beautiful, Honey! love, Mom

jacquie said...

gorgeous amy...love everything about it!

Adrianne said...

Your corners are perfection!

Craft Passion said...

Wow, this is nice!!!! I wish to make one for my daughter soon, waiting for my fabric piles to come in.

Angie said...

Beautiful work!

Socal said...

I LOVE this quilt. If Grace was going to be around to enjoy it, I would definitely have to purchase one from you. Maybe for the next one. Thanks for the prayers. Love ya girl!

Mary Ann said...

I am a little lost in here but I love the diamond quilt - was it done with one jelly roll???
I want to learn how to make labels for my quilts... and I love the corner pocket idea!

Mary Ann