Friday, March 17, 2017

H2H donation quilt ready



This is my first quilt ready for donation for the H2H project going on over at Sarah's.  Sarah has done this for several years, but, this will be my first year to participate.

I had pieced this a couple years ago with the intent of practicing some Christina Cameli designs from her second book.  The practicing got done on other more important projects instead.  But, when Sarah announced the H2H last Sunday, I knew it would be good to get this out of the closet and into the hands of someone who could use it.

It was definitely fun playing with some new designs.



I found a fleece in my stash that was the perfect size for the backing.


Linking with Sarah for Whoop Whoop and Myra for Finished or not.  Links on my side bar.










13 comments:

  1. Ooh, fantastic quilting! I love how the white makes the prints pop. I want to use the same color contrast on a quilt I'm planning right now.

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  2. The quilting on this is really fun! Welcome to the Hands2Help challenge. I've done it for a few years now and have really enjoyed it. This will be a sweet quilt for someone.

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  3. Great quilt and such fun quilting! When you use fleece for the back, do you use batting, too? This will bring smiles to someone special.

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  4. Such a cute, simple quilt. The quilting adds a lot. The fleece makes it look so cozy. I've never added fleece to a quilt. I may need to try it sometime.

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  5. Looks great, very cheerful. I'm getting started on mine today.

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  6. Very happy colors and lovely quilting. Congratulations on a finish and also on a very worthy donation.

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  7. The quilting is beautiful! What a nice, bright gift for somebody. Welcome to the H2H club!

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  8. The quilting looks gorgeous and the colours are very lovely too.

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  9. Great quilting, Vicki! Those long panels are the perfect canvas to practice skinny designs like that. Such a bright, cheerful quilt! Which charity will this go to?

    I'm inspired to see several H2H quilts are already finished, woo hoo! I've been piecing one of mine for a couple days now...

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  10. Love, love, love the quilting, especially the green strip! I have a domestic machine on a frame and it only does one speed, so I am always looking for designs with minimal stops, starts, and sharp turns, this one looks perfect! Thanks for sharing :)

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  11. Those colors remind me of a quilt I made for my niece, several years ago. Fun! One of these days, I'll participate, too.

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  12. Nice job! I need to get some backing for my first H2H quilt.

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  13. Wow! That quilting is gorgeous! It makes me appreciate my long arm quilter even more! Thank you for sharing!

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