Friday, March 15, 2013

Two Finishes!!

I forgot to post this earlier but I finished my aqua red quilt in February!

 
 You will notice the fourth square is a little smaller than the others... I was lazy and chose not to remake it... but that's okay... I still like it :)
 
For this one I used Michael Miller Aqua Red Fabrics. It measures 53 x 62.
 
 
Next up is my March Finish...
 

 
 
For this one I used not so straight line quilting :)
 Ruby and Marmalade were used for this quilt. It measures 66 x 69.5 inches.
 
Thanks for stopping in!!
 
Vickey


17 comments:

Outback Crafter - Debra said...

very nice. both quilts look stunning against your white snow backdrop.

Becca-Lou Creates said...

Wow you are steaming along with your finishes, I wish I was making the same progress. I love the red and aqua, the colours really pop

Sue B said...

Gorgeous quilts and gorgeous fabric choices

Sonia said...

Awesome job! The quilts are beautiful.

Fiona said...

Both quilts are fantastic... and I love them pictured on the line showing the different weather..... great quilt photography...
Hugz

Maureen Clare said...

Fresh colours and like Fiona I too am adding my compliments on your wonderful photography.

Wendy B said...

D'ya know what Vickey??? I never noticed the smaller block till you pointed it out...then I had to go back and check....I did a double take because it's hardly noticable!!! Love the colours and ranges you've used.....just so 'in' at the moment..I have a bit of a weakness for red and aqua!
You go girl!
xox hugs
Wendy:O)

Gingersnaps Quilts said...

Thanks!!

Gingersnaps Quilts said...

Thank you!!

Gingersnaps Quilts said...

Thanks!

Gingersnaps Quilts said...

Thanks!!

Gingersnaps Quilts said...

Thank you!!

Gingersnaps Quilts said...

Thanks so much!!!

Chris H said...

they are both gorgeous!

Susan said...

Love the colours and the photography.

miss~nance said...

Beautiful bright finishes.

Gail

Susie said...

Gorgeous quilts. I love the Ruby and Marmalade fabrics. I think your quilting looks stunning. well done