Friday, June 08, 2007

Two more done

Well I have completed two more of my unquilted tops. I feels soooo good to have only one left to quilt. It is the blue flying geese, I posted the picture back in April, on the 13th, you can go to the archives to see a picture of it if you want. This is a cousin of DNA, which is posted in May. I made this quilt and DNA from poorly cut 2.5 inch squares I purchased at an estate sale many many moons ago. It took forever for me to figure out what to do with them and then just decided I needed to get rid of them so this is what has become of those squares. I have about twenty left that are now residing in my odds and ends for some sort of scrap quilt in the far far future.
Here is the final picture of Jacobs Ladder. I am really happy with the outcome. I definitely will make another, bigger, probably queen. I already have the fabric in mind. You will see when I start.
Well, I best start on my day. I was on call this morning with the temp service and have been playing, just in case I got a call. No call, so that means I will get on with my regularly scheduled day. I hope all have a great day and great week-end.

5 comments:

paula, the quilter said...

Both quilts look good. Congratulations!

atet said...

Love the DNA cousin -- what a great way to use up those not-quite-right blocks! I'm a big fan of orange so the Jacob's ladder is also a hit. Great work.

Hedgehog said...

Just love DNA's cousin. (And the color orange!)

amandajean said...

love your quilts! they are beautiful. how long have you been a quilter?

Jenni @ Fairybread said...

I love the DNA relative quilt. Both look fantastic and have got me thinking about a shoebx of 2 inch squares I've got somewhere.