Thursday, July 23, 2009

Blue and Brown All Over

I call this quilt my Blue and Brown, I originally made a baby size version for a good friend of mine who was having her fourth boy. I love the look of it so much and had made more nine patches then the quilt needed (oops!), but I ran with it made a big one for myself.


Other than the polka dots, this quilt has an old time feel. It has many civil war prints including the sashing shown here.

My friend Ella, quilted it for my and I love the swirls she meandering through the middle and the big flowers on the outside border.

I just feel in love with my outer border fabric. I saw it at my LQS and just knew I would be using the fabric very soon. My Blue and Brown Quilt was the perfect match, the birds are so sweet, I just love 'em.

9 comments:

blushing rose said...

THAT is one pretty quilt. Love the colors ... TTFN~ Marydon

Ella said...

That is very cute! Love that one. I think it may look good on the pickle blog.;)

Shanelle Bayles said...

I love this quilt! And I especially love the quilt you made for Asher!! I also really like your border fabric.

tammy said...

This is so beautiful! I love the sashing and how it looks slightly stripey. The colors are so soothing, too

Rebekah said...

this is beautiful! I love the blue and brown together in all the fun prints

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The Woff Pack said...

Pam, I love this quilt. It is so pretty. There is something about blue and brown. I wanted to do my bathroom that way but changed my mined. I should have gone with it though because I love that color combo.

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