Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Kelsee's Quilt

Time for posting another quilt.  This one was made in 2009 for my husband's granddaughter Kelsee when she graduated from high school.


This is called a "coin" quilt, or sometimes "Chinese Coins".  It is usually made with white sashing between the stacked fabric strips but I thought the black made the bright colors really stand out.  That and the fact that Kelsee is not really a white kind of girl. 

One of the things I like most about quilt making is putting the colors together. It was so much fun picking out all these fabrics but since I didn't know how much I'd need of each color, I have a lot left over.  They'll show up in another quilt someday.  In fact, I have some set aside for a quilt pattern that I was intrigued by but haven't had a chance to make yet.

3 comments:

  1. I love the black with the bright colors also! Beautiful! Thank you for all your recent comments on my blog! It's so nice to get feedback from others. I'm so sorry I haven't gotton back to you sooner. I will try to do better in the future!

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  2. Ohhhh, this is so striking! I love the black behind the bright colours. You made the right choice!!

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  3. Hi Bobby!

    I have always wished I could make a quilt. But then again, I can't sew to save my life. lol! This is so coloful and very pretty!

    Thanks for the medal nomination on my Irish dancer! If you saw the back of her and how I patched her together you may take back that nomination..lol!!

    Susan
    cricutandgrasshopper.blogspot.com

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