Friday, June 10, 2011

Pink Saturday and Accuquilt Die Quilt

Pink Saturday-stop on over to Beverly our lovely hostess and check out all of the links. http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com//


I used my studio accuquilt cutter to make this quilt, using the Take Five Die.  It works up very fast and is so much fun arranging the blocks.  I used mainly "red" Kaffe Fassett and a few Phillip Jacobs prints for this quilt, hard to get a good look from the picture of what the overall quilt looks like in person.  If you like red, you'll like this one.I sued a fun Ann Bright quilt design, pantograph for the quilting and really thick batting, because I had it on hand.

Flowers in my garden waiting to burst open, lots of pinks.




Thanks for stopping by have a great week.  Sunday post with photographs from Linwood Gardens, Treee Peoney.  Hugs, Michelle

8 comments:

Exuberant Color said...

I like that in the all red tones. I think the stripe is a really good choice in there for some interest.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Gorgeous quilt Michelle! Love the quilting too!

Lorraine said...

Love the colors and textures in your quilt. Your garden will be so splendid when it's all in bloom!

Karie's Chic Creations said...

Love the quilt. Very pretty. Your photos of your garden are lovely also. Happy Pink Saturday. Karie

Love Of Quilts said...

You have lots of pretty flowers. Trish

**CREATIVE CARMELINA** said...

Wow!

Happy Pink Saturday!

Stop by and visit me too!


Ciao Bella


CREATIVE CARMELINA

LV said...

The making of a quilt is not my thing. I dearly love them and have many. This is a neat one you have. Back in my day, our family hand pieced and quilted them. All the neighbor ladies got together for a quilting bee.

gena said...

That quilt is spectacular !

thanks for sharing all that pink goodness !

gena

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