Girlish Charm

I first posted about this quilt here, as UFQ #7…
It looks different than the pattern in the magazine, I made all the blocks, lay them out on the floor and it looked like a muddied mess. So, I pulled out my sketch book and came up with a new layout, creating a row quilt instead. It’s huge, like 98 x 100, and therefore hard to get a shot of in my little home. It’s made from 40-50 Amy Butler Charm fat quarters, and the floral fabric between the rows is from her first Midweat Modern line.
I made a pieced back (sorry, no photos!) using a pale pink Kona Cotton and scraps from the top.
The bias binding is made as well, but it won’t get quilted until 2009, when my long-arm quilting fund is built back up! But I consider this a completed UFQ at this point!

Maggy decided to make herself an autumn decoration the other day…
She blends in quite well, no? HAPPY TURKEY DAY from Maggy and Me!


3 thoughts on “Girlish Charm

  1. Maggy is the best looking fall decoration I’ve ever seen. So real looking…Ha, Ha! Aren’t cats funny? My kitty has been lounging around in the strings of lights that I’ve been checking before I put them on the tree. When the lights are plugged in she looks like a diva stretched out in the middle of them.Also, love the quilt top. Can’t wait to see it quilted up. You go girl!

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