Thursday, March 7, 2013

Mid Term Busy


This is the design I finally decided on . . .
 
 
 

Just wasn't happy with the pink, so mixed it up a bit.
 

My friend saw these owls on Pintrest and wanted me to help her make some, so we had a playdate on Saturday and created these Owls.
 
 
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13 comments:

Susan said...

Love your quilt, the squares in the border are so effective. Cute owls.

Jan said...

You've been such a busy girl, Annie. What a great quilt - and what a clever idea to use the squares; so different. and I LOVE those owls.

Paula Shaw said...

Loving the border and in love with the owls

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

I love the quilt, and the border is a really nice touch.

The owls are sweet.

Hugs ~ FlowerLady

Quiltedtime said...

You have a real eye for choosing and mixing colors and prints. Lovely quilt. Your little red and white owl is my favorite.

Thimbleanna said...

It looks great Annie! I would have had a hard time deciding on an arrangement for the blocks. I love that subtle border too. And your little owls are adorable!

sigisart said...

Hi Annie,
a wunderful quilt, great fabrics and colours.
And the owls are cute!
Hugs from germany
sigisart

JB said...

I too love the squares on the border. Thinking outside the norm box there. Go for it. Well done. Love the idea of an adult creative play date. I guess that is what the pottery club is for me.

Muddling Through said...

Annie, you've done another masterful job here. There is just so much movement in the quilt - very effective! Our younger daughter went on an owl making binge a year or so ago. I have a couple of them here in the sewing room. Cuteness!

homeschooled said...

So busy at work and yet you do much!

Claire Steele said...

I love what a difference moving the blocks around made to you quilt. Very dynamic!

Jenny said...

Love love love that quilt and the owls are so cute

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