Saturday, May 02, 2009

VARIETY SHOW

Look what I just got back from my quilters! I made this little quilt quite a while ago when I first came out with the Wintergreen pattern. I made a couple extra blocks for teaching the class, and then finished it up for shop display ('cause sometimes they prefer a smaller sample) or for my own use ('cause sometimes my big quilts are on loan and I miss them).
You may remember last summer when I made the above quilt from the Wintergreen pattern, only used Minnick and Simpson's Prairie Paisley line by Moda. I am convinced that anything would look spectacular in that fabric, and this quilt sure does. It is a favorite of mine!  





7 comments:

Quilt Hollow said...

I'm in love with Wintergreen!! It is so me...so me I say! (apparently you too)

Libby said...

I'm with you . . . . I don't think I could pick one over the other. That's why we have to just keep making quilts - cuz they are all so purty *s*

sewprimitive karen said...

How I love that border fabric. Purty purty quilts.

Kathie said...

oh they both look great, I love the top one!
it must be the red and green :)
great pattern!
kathie

*karendianne. said...

Love that quilting on Wintergreen! Awesome.

Mary said...

I like both of them although I think the colors in the smaller version appeal to me more which is unusual for me -- I'm usually drawn more to blues.

I've never finished a Hexagon quilt either but I've liked the GFG ones that are appliqued to a final border but I'm not sure how I'd finish this one.

limpingalong said...

beautiful quilt!