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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Rule 14 & 15 - finished!

I ended up combining Rules 14 and 15 because of time constraints with student teaching starting soon (and the fact that I was behind on #14....lol). I haven't got a clue why the pic is sideways, but that's beside the point. The piano key border is one of my favorite things to use in bordering a quilt and there's no pink in the entire quilt. =) The hearts in the corners of the border are what remained of the teddy bear panel. I do admit to machine applique'ing them on because I didn't have time to do them otherwise. The only thing that didn't get in from Rule 14 was the pinwheel and that's because I could think of how to add one.

I'm not real happy with all the open background fabric in the bottom right, so I may end up adding something else there. But haven't decided on that.

I've had a great time working on the mystery this past year. It's been great fun to watch as everyone's quilt has unfolded. And if another one is done I'd love to take part again!

7 comments:

Ann T. said...

Another darling baby quilt. Congrats on getting it finished. Good luck on your student teaching, and keep posted with us, as we may do something like this again.
Thanks for being a part of our mystery group.

Betty C said...

Congratulations. It turned out really great. I love the border, too!

Stefiko said...

I love how this turned out! It is so darling! Thanks for working with us!

dorine said...

It really is a darling quilt. I see what you mean about too much space in that bottom corner, but I'm sure you will find a way to fill it. It will be darling. So glad you participated and that you finished! Congrats!

Moira said...

Thanks everyone! I'll definately stay in touch because I loved doing the mystery and would love to do it again. =)

annmarie said...

Your quilt is so bright & cheery. Great job!

dq said...

So sorry for my belated comment -- been extremely busy of late.

I am so glad to see that you have finished your second mystery project. It has been so much fun watching it develop. I know there will be two happy recipients of your quilts and talents.