Friday, July 26, 2013

LuAnn's finish!


A friend whom I met at the Alabama Folk School over a year ago, Luann, sent me an email with pictures of her first COMPLETE quilt.   Way to go LuAnn!

She says:
Now don't look too close, but, I wanted to show you my first completely finished quilt! Machine quilted on my Juki! All straight lines (somewhat), of course, but I hand stitched the binding! After I got home from my time at quilt camp, I bought a TON of scraps from a girl I met that makes these cooling bandanas. All 100% cotton, but mainly all cut into many sized (as in small) triangles! The center squares of this quilt are made from a variety of pinks, but, mainly one particular print of breast cancer logos! So, I found a way to camo the breast cancer print and still use it!
Anyway, wanted you to see that I am still at it! And, loving every minute! ~ LuAnn


10 comments:

Elaine M said...

Fantastic First quilt, I'm impressed!

Julianne said...

Very very nice! Its a beautiful quilt!

Willa said...

Wonderful! I love the colors!!

Helen said...

Love your pink posy-like centers and the overall effect. Looks like a well-tended garden.

Brenda said...

she should be very proud of herself for a great quilt!

Brenda said...

That is fantastic!! She did a great job and kept at it - all because of your insperation!! Love it!! That is something to be proud of! Kinda looks like flower petals in the center blks, perfect!

Venus de Hilo said...

Fabulous! Yes, the scrap blocks look so much like lush blooms. Thanks for sharing!

JoAnne said...

LuAnn should be very proud because it's gorgeous! I'm so very glad I stopped here today.

Christine said...

Beautiful!

DonaleeK said...

Way to go LuAnn! It's very good, and your first, that is special.