April 29, 2011

Coming along...

If you're a Sugar Bee Crafts fan on facebook, you already know this, but my very first quilt is coming along.....(what is with kids and cats?!? - always have to be right in the middle of any project you're trying to do!)

Tell me again, why did I make one so BIG?!?  I should have made a mini-baby blanket as my first quilt - oh well, no turning back now!

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16 Fabulous Comments:

That looks awesome! Can't wait to see the finished result :)

Lol - I did the same thing! Started my first quilt project with a KING size quilt. What a dumb dumb. It is still sitting on my shelf, 2 years later...with no backing. Lol

Yours looks awesome!

HA!! The only time my dog is interested in me is when I have a project laid out on the floor :)

That looks great! Can't wait to see it finished. I have been wanting to try out doing a quilt and just don't know where to start. Good for you for jumping in there. :)

I have to admit, I was surprised to see the massive size of your first quilt! But I love your pattern choice and colors! It looks fabulous :)

I love the colors! And the pin wheel shapes!

You are doing an awesome job!

this quilt is amazing! I can't believe it's your first! nice job!

haha, that scene looks really familar. That's a REALLY good first quilt! Good job!

Looking good. Can't wait to see it all finished up!

New follower via Quiltstory's fabric tuesday!

Love it!

Is this made with one of those Twister tools? I have one but have never used it.

LOVE your fabric choices! I'm getting ready to begin my first quilt. It's a baby quilt for my new grand-daughter due in June.

It's looking fabulous. Can't wait to see how you back it.

Looks great! I am making a very similar small quilt right now using the Twister Tool and browns and turquoises! Sew fun!
Mrs. Hearts

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