Sunday, November 12, 2006

A bright one indeed


The top is done and it turned out pretty bright. I hope it will brighten the days of it's future owner too.
I am giving this as a care quilt to my favourite cause, children with long term diseases.
The blocks finished 9".
I have pieced a backing from 2 soft pink fabrics, and hope DH has time to help me sandwich the quilt tomorrow. Midnight is getting closer now and it is time to call it a day.

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hanne, it looks terrific! Any child would love to be cuddled up in such kid friendly quilt.

Norma said...

Well done! ...........and what a quick finish!

Melzie said...

That is so bright and pretty :) You did a great job and so fast! xoxo melzie

Mrs. Moody said...

That turned out so pretty! Great job!

May Britt said...

The one who gets this is going to cherish it. It is beautiful. You are doing a great job giving so many quilts to this cause. A lot of roses to you for that.

Anonymous said...

This is such a cool quilt!! I just love and am sure that the recipient will, too.

Anonymous said...

Hanne it looks great, I am sure it will brighten someones day.

Ruth said...

It's a very funky quilt, I'm sure someone will love it very much.

Gail said...

It is indeed a bright, happy quilt, I hope it warms and cheers a child somewhere.

Anonymous said...

How lovely and bright! The young child who gets this quilt will undoubtedly love it - you've done a great job and good for you for doing it for such a great cause.

dot said...

Hanne, This is great. There certainly is someone out there who will love this quilt. You do such nice work.

Sigrun said...

Wonderfull, great Hanne. Sigrun:-))

Suze said...

Someone is going to LOVE that quilt..
How good you are to share your gift with others.

Screen Door said...

I think you're set for Valentine's day....

Helen in the UK said...

I have loved following the progress of this quilt. It has turned out beautifully and I'm sure will be treasured by it's recipient :)

Inga Helene said...

WOW!!! What a fancy quilt! I just love those pinks. Good work!

Inga

Laurie Ann said...

That quilt is fabulous! I really love it. I wish I had more time, I would love to shamlessly copy it for myself.

I have really enjoyed seeing your "part time" kitty grow up. She is so beautiful.

Sweet P said...

Definitely a great quilt. Someone will really enjoy this quilt.

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

It really is a fun, bright & cheerful quilt. Great use of the Buggy Barn heart pattern too!

Cheers!

Evelyn

Nina In Norway said...

You impress me! It is beautiful and bright. There is no girl in the world that would not love this one.

Sandra said...

You did this so quickly! It's great - I'm sure the recipient will love it :-)

Samantha said...

It looks wonderful, and it's certain to brighten the life of an ill child!

Gerry said...

What a fun quilt. Anyone receiving it is sure to just love it!

Siren said...

Your "LOVE" quilt is juste so pretty and such lovely colors!!

Lucy said...

Oohh Hanne this quilt turned out so great !!

Dawn said...

Oh it turned out wonderful! I love the Love blocks with the X's and O's and hearts!

Mary said...

I also wanted to try Tonya's quilt but wasn't crazy about the setting. The hearts are perfect with the x & o's and I think I have the perfect heart block too. I won't make it for a while but I've printed off your quilt to remind myself to use heart blocks with the letters.

Marita BK said...

A quilt that will be appreciated a lot, I am sure! Delightful is it!

JudyL said...

That is turning out so pretty! Love the colors and love the hearts!

Judy L.