Monday, 3 August 2009

More UFOs!

Now, what I didn't tell you about when I posted about all my UFOs the other day, I've also started more projects - of course, duh!

I made a girly floating coins baby quilt.

I was inspired by some reproduction fabrics available at the quilt store I mentioned that I rarely get to - they're closed on weekends and 4 hours away, so I totally splurged on my last visit.
A couple of the fabrics are in this picture, and I added some other pale baby prints from various fat quarters and eights I've picked up here and there.

And, while I never continued the 3-stars-on-green-background babyquilt yet - I just couldn't make up my mind at the time - I used the green squares with some of the red fabric from the character quilt and I'm making a delicious round red apple on green background instead. I'm envisioning a stem and leaf appliqueed on the top of the apple, as well as a fat round curvy worm. Here's a sneak preview of the apple - I love how vivid the colour contrast is!


Heather said...

I've been wanting to do a coin quilt and I've never seen one not done with white sashing. I love the maroon color. The apple quilt looks great so far. Love the red and green together. Can't wait to see it done.

Crispy said...

Great quilts!! I love the idea of a worm. I did that when my 8yo niece asked for an apple quilt. She named the worm Bob after my hubby LOL.


Nanci said...

I love the burgunday colour. It really makes the coins stand out.
I love coin gets to use all those scraps...lots of variations.
I am just making a scrappy coin now.

Stefanie said...

Hi Sunshine!

I like the contrasting background color of your coin quilt!

I can't wait to see the worm!

Quilter Going Bananas said...

I love making Coin quilts! Great way to use up scraps that you can't bear to throw away, LOL
Cheers from MB, Canada

Anonymous said...

Love the Chinese coin! Awesome. I think you picked a great solid color for it. That green and orange really pops!

jacquie said...

i love reproduction fabrics...can't wait to see your apple and the worm...i love the colors too!