Thursday, January 26, 2006

Two finished UFO's

Or should I say almost finished?

The longarm is tied up with customer quilts, so I'm currently focusing on getting all my UFO's to the "finished top" stage. Here are two that I finished while I was home sick with a nasty respiratory virus earlier this month.


This has been in progress for several years. I call it the "Baseball Quilt" because most of the applique was completed while watching the Seattle Mariners for several seasons.

The border leaves and dots were all that needed to be done.

This is Liberty Garden- the Jan Patek featured fabric quilt from a couple years ago. This is the first primitive folk art top that I started. The picture is "wonky" because we couldn't hold it high enough to get a full length picture without turning the quilt on it's side. That's why the room is sideways!

Must get ready for the trip up north for work today.

9 comments:

Cher said...

the blue and yellow quilt is so complex looking-beautiful Patti!

Jeanne said...

Hi Patti! Yes, I remember you from Primfolk ... and Gandalf :) I'm chuckling at all your stash numbers - fabric, books, projects, etc! Glad to know I'm not the WORST quilter/hoarder! Hope your trip was safe and successful.

Mary said...

I love the tulips - very pretty. The border really compliments the quilt.

quiltpixie said...

Your primitive folk art quilt is beautiful! I look forward to seeing it when its quilted. What pattern will you use for the quilting?

The Calico Cat said...

I like both of those quilts - The blue & yellow especially - so many light blue backgrounds....

I like the strip in the other - really adds interest to the quilt... (Stash quilt?)

Monk Mojo said...

Fellow Mariner fan stopping in to say, nice work! They’ll be playing again before we know it. They should do a lot better this year.


http://mariner.monkmojo.com

Sandra said...

I'm really loving the yellow and blue quilt - it's so fresh and happy! The leaves and dots on the scalloped border really adds a nice touch. Thanks for sharing your quilt photos :-)

Patty said...

wow, each quilt is amazingly beautiful. You are so talented.
Your color choices are so well thought out. They are a delight to the eye

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, beautiful quilts and work!!