I pushed through and got my Whit quilt flimsy done before midnight Pacific Coast time! That is still technically in September, right?
Here is the picture I sent over to Sinta and Sherri so they could include it in the parade of Whit quilts later today…
WHIT pattern by Carrie Nelson
I turned on every light possible and tried to get out of the way of the shadows so it would take the best picture.
There are a LOT of seams in this thing. I’m surprised I didn’t break a needle rushing through to assemble the rows. I see now that on my last border, I cut off a couple of geese points. I’ll fix that later … 🙂
I also wanted to capture a few pictures this morning, outside, to see if the colors would look better. Here they are:
Much brighter! Last remnants of summer time…
My casual throw over a random lantana flower bush.
A close up view…
Please go over and enjoy the parades to view all the participants in this first month of AYOS & A Little Bit More.
Sinta at Pink Pincushion blog and Sherri at A Quilting Life blog
Hope to see you there!
It turned out beautifully, Jennifer! Boy, if that measures 27″ square, those triangles must really be tiny!!
Oh they are! The flying geese units finish at 1×2 inches.
Your Whit is very pretty!
Thank you Judith! It was a race to the end!
gorgeous Jennifer! Well done you for getting it done on time!!
I’m always working to the last minute on these quilts as well. I love the colors in yours. It’s so bright and cheerful. I don’t think you can make a bad quilt in those fabrics and yours is just another example proving it. Nice job!
Yes, that Miss Kate was popular this month. I’m going to build upon the quilt flimsy into something larger (baby quilt size probably) – but at least I made it at the end! Thanks for stopping by!
Very sweet! Just discovered your blog…love it!