Wednesday, June 19, 2013


Earlier this year I joined Terry’s quilt along.  I kept up for a while, but somehow got behind.  Today I decided to get down to business and finished the quilt.  You can find the pattern for the above quilt by going to Terry’s Treasures.  Once there, scroll down and look on the sidebar for “2013 Sew Along.”  Click on the picture and it will take you to the pattern!  I had lots of fun making this.

This is a little closer look.  I was so excited when I read the pattern because I had an extra Charm Square packet – Happy by Moda.  It was perfect for this quilt.  Now to get it quilted!

ON ANOTHER NOTEZaaberry has a tutorial for an insulated lunch tote.

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Terry said...

Your wiggly whimsy looks wonderful! Congratulation on getting the top finished, and thanks for sewing along with us! :0)

Lynn said...

Wow Caroll! It looks wonderful!

Mama Pea said...

Super quilt, Caroll! Can't wait to see how you quilt it. I really like it!

Denice Barker said...

Very nice! you're really on a roll...I can't yet get into quilting during the day yet. My pattern has always been to quilt at night, the only time I had. Maybe it's a sunshine thing?

Miss Nancy said...

Love your quilt top! Perfect for summer! Bright and cheery!! Thank you for sharing and for the link to the pattern. Also, thank you for the link to the lunch tote. Both are great patterns.

Have a super great sewing and stitching day!

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