A Day In The A Blue Mountains.

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Wednesday, 18 September 2013

WIP Wednesday. A Finish.

For extra special people in my life, I make extra special labels for the quilt I'm gifting.

I started this quilt over twelve months ago for a birthday that was twelve months ago.

Well, you know the saying...better late than never.

My youngest sister is ecstatic with her new quilt.

It fits perfectly on her bed, she said.

I've never become attached to a quilt like I have with this one.

I love the colours. 

I love the design.

It is a quilt as you go quilt and here is the back where you can see the machine quilting.

It is reversible if so wished.

Here it is finished.

I have already started on my next project...a Very Hungry Caterpillar quilt to go along with this one for Baby #2.

I'm linking up to Lee's WIP Wednesday.
At Freshly Pieced.
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

And Sherry's Home Sweet Home #137.



  1. that looks fabulous and didn't you do a great job matching up all those neat corner joins!
    I love it that you can flip it over for a different look. I have never tried QAYG but your quilt has given me the push to add it to my must-do list.
    Great job, well done :-D

    1. Thanks so much Kath. I look forward to seeing your first ever quilt as you go!

  2. Oh it is beautiful!!!! QAYG are fab aye. And a finish is always totally awesome.
    Love Leanne

    1. Thanks Leanne...I'm itching to start my next QAYG.

  3. Oh I love a good QAYG project and your is stunning - looking forward to see the Hungry Little Caterpillar quilt :)

    1. Thanks for dropping by Serena - and your compliment.

  4. What a lovely quilt! There is nothing that says comfort like a quilt...be it old or new. That is such a beautiful pattern and color combination!



  5. I like your color and fabric choices for this quilt. It's not wonder that your sister is ecstatic with her quilt with both beauty and love involved!


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