Monday, May 07, 2007

I finally finished the Hour a Day quilt for April--


and here it is. Made from scavenged pieces of 30s repros, some white on white, and a coral/pink fabric. Its light and soft looking, I like it. Thanks, JudyL- another great, easy, fast and thoroughly fun project!

10 comments:

Nancy said...

This turned out very pretty. It's amazing what can be done with leftover pieces/parts.

Hedgehog said...

Very pretty. We're only a week into May - don't worry! Well done for finishing it!

Mary said...

Very pretty, it looks perfect for this time of year. Very spring like.

Norma said...

The coral and white is the perfect compliment for the 30's repros! I love this one!

QuiltingFitzy said...

Very soft and antique looking, great job!

Hanne said...

Great quilt Gail - and the colours are perfect for spring :-)

Linda_J said...

It looks wonderful, Gail! The soft coraly pink works wonderfully as the frame.

Shelina said...

Went back to the beginning. The sewing muse is so cute. This hour a day quilt is so pretty - and this and the one in the last post are both scrappy - lots of different fabric. Very nice - glad you were able to pass that must match hurdle.

Karen said...

Oh, Gail, that is pretty. And to think you used lots of scraps for it. You are very good about getting quilts completely completed!

Jeanne said...

The colors of your quilt are very pretty. The quilt looks great.