Friday, May 22, 2009

And the winner is...

Here is DD drawing from the jar the winner of the scraps!

And it's BECKY!!! Becky, please contact me with your address so I can send them to you. Thanks to everyone that has left the nice comments for me!
This is what I worked on last night. It is the little companion quilt for the anniversary quilt of Karen and Cory's for her parents (in Brazil). Didn't it turn out so cute? I love how it finished. Especially the multi colored border between the 2 white borders.
I had to piece the back and now I have none of this fabric left except for the white. I have some of that but it is for other projects too. Of the Simplicity fabric I have virtually none. YEAH!!
I would like to know what you all think of this little quilt! Have a wonderful holiday weekend!


Crispy said...

Very pretty Pam, looks nice and lightweight for the Brazilian heat :0)


Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I certainly think your quilt is very pretty - soft and light!

Allie said...

Congrats to Becky!
I love that small quilt, I think it's perfect. I really love that multi-colored border too. Yay for you using up the whole bunch! Now you can justify buying something else, lol.
Oh - and I'm so sorry about the baby bunny. :(

dianne said...

very sweet little quilt - and thoughtful, too! i love the dragonfly white on white - i tried to talk my daughter into similar fabric for her wedding quilt because i think it is so pretty ...... okay, you've just given me another reason to be thankful for cat allergies - i know that bunnies are rodents, but they are so cute when they are little ... peace, little bunny rabbit

Linda said...

That quilt is adorable. So soft and cuddly looking. Love the soft colors. What a great pattern.
Sad about the bunny. :(

Anne said...

Another masterpiece. Very cool. Sorry to hear about the bunny. Hope that things get back to normal after while. Have a wonderful weekend. We are in Indy.

Faith said...

well done to Becky!!! Im so sad to here about that poor bunny.... it would be just the poor little thing Scratch and Alice would bring home if they had the chance.
I love the pictures of the quilts that you are working on.

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