Monday, February 5, 2007

Hot Apple Pie

Tonight Kim picked up the quilt I did for her, and gave me permission to share pictures of the quilt. I love this little quilt, and had so much fun quilting it. She calls it "Hot Apple Pie" because she can just picture it as a table topper with a hot apple pie straight from the oven sitting on it to cool. She received a little gift from Moda with 2 1/2" squares of four different fabric lines, so this is what she made from it. I love the sunflowers - they are different from any I've seen in a pattern before.

26 comments:

Anne said...

This looks so warm and friendly! And I can just picture the hot apple pie cooling on the kitchen table:-)

Jenni @ Fairybread said...

It's a beautiful little quilt - the applique really makes it something special.

anne bebbington said...

I love those sunflowers too - another to squirrel away for future reference

Helen said...

I love Moda fabrics. This quilt is really sweet and the sunflowers look like they are shoeing promise of hot summer days to come.

Carol said...

Great quilt...those sunflowers are wonderful...you did a really nice job quilting. Thanks for sharing the picture.

Lois R. said...

Beautiful quilt and beautifully quilted. Having a hard time imagining a hot apple pie cooling on it though... Guess she doesn't have cats? or at least not cats like mine... hee hee.

Screen Door said...

I don't know who's work is prettier--- yours or hers??!?!?!Thanks for sharing...

Libby said...

It does look just right for a pie. A great quilt and I love the quilting.

Gail said...

Your friend is right, just right for a pie and some coffee with a good friend. Lovely little quilt!

Angie said...

What a beautiful little quilt! Those sunflowers, combined with your quilting, are the perfect finishing touch! Do you know who the pattern is by?

Darlene - Dazed Quilter said...

That "hot apple pie" looks delicious! Very, very pretty.

quiltorstitch said...

What a beautiful little quilt! I love how you quilted it, you do such nice work. Thank you for sharing it :)

The Baltimore album quilt blocks are amazing. You have really done a wonderful job on them, and you were fortunate to be able to learn from the writer of the book. How fun! I admire your work, someday I’ll get there.

I haven’t been to Daisy Kingdom before, where is it? My friend has talked about it too.

Suze said...

You did a fabulous job on the quilting. She will enjoy that quilt for many years.

Laura said...

Great quilt, thanks for sharing Kim's website, I had not come across it before.

Dawn said...

I loved the way these sunflowers looked also! And my Aunt (and godmother) wants a springy type table topper. Hmmm, this is giving me some ideas!

Bingo~Bonnie said...

I am so glad you asked her if you could share it with us ;) What a pretty way to use up those 2.5" squares. I agree with everyone else - those sunflowers appliqued on really make the quilt! Great job on the quilting too! ~Bonnie

Katie said...

Pie or no pie, this is wonderful. I too would sure like to know where the sunflower pattern is? You are such a talented quilter.

Patty said...

Hi Patti,
I love that little quilt too. And I agree, you can imagine a hot apple pie sitting right in the middle.

Lynn E said...

I love the pattern I can see why you enjoyed quilting it. Happy quilting.

May Britt said...

Sunflowers and tulips are my favorite flowers, so this is a beautiful little quilt. The sunflowers are so cute.

cher said...

how nice of her to allow you to share this quilt-it sure turned out sweet.

Wendy said...

The Hot Apple Pie is beautiful! I love reds and yellows together.

qwltnfool said...

Hot Apple Pie is a great name! The quilt has a cozy look and warm apple pie....well, just yummy! :>) I thought I had the oldest Baltimore going, but you've got me on that one. Mine is about 10 years in the works now but is on the list of 2007 to be completed projects. Good luck with yours!

Sweet P said...

What a beautiful little quilt. Hot Apple Pie is a great name for it.

Thanks for the reminder on credit card fraud. I've started to shred all my receipts and I don't carry my credit cards with me unless I know I'm going to use them - which isn't very often as I'm trying to pay them off.

Hanne said...

Your Baltimore blocks are wonderful Patti! The Hot Apple Pie quilt is a real cutie and I can feel the smell of hot apple pie with cinnamon in my nose :-)

Weronica said...

I love that "Hot Apple Pie" quilt. It is bautiful with the dark red border and tour quilting around the flowers!!