Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Swirly Fun on the Plaid Faux Geese

Remember this Plaid Faux Geese Top?   It was made out of the leftovers of my Plaid Pineapple Quilt.


I made a back and got to play with the swirlies on it.... Yay.... It is on it's way to being a real quilt!!!



Just don't get your hopes up too quick - you know how I am - I quilt it, and then I ponder if it should have binding for ... oh... about a year......


A quick shot of three of  my red heads - Ha ha ......  


Linking up with:

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11 comments:

Kate said...

Love all those plaids, they look great.

Judy Vollan from Thornton CO said...

Alycia, I LOVE the way you used large swirls to contrast with the straight lines...a beautiful blend of geometrical designs!

Gypsy Quilter said...

I do believe circles are my favorite. And the ponies, sooo pretty.

Mary Huey said...

Love the quilting design!

Anonymous said...

Love the circles especially with the plaids. Also love the red heads. Mine are both bays...

diana569 said...

How's that plaid bin now? haha! This is a great quilt too. Are your horses related,they look like triplets! Love seeing pictures of your furbabies, but we never see pictures of you riding? haha! ok! I know you can't take pictures of yourself riding but someone else can! Looks like your snow is gone!

R & E said...

Oh my - those are both kewllll quilts - you can't beat plaids for friendliness! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Scrappy plaid binding?? I think the quilt is simply marvelous!!!

Tish Stemple said...

Beautiful quilt and quilting. Don't feel bad about binding. I just bound a quilt this week that has been waiting for it for about 5 years.

WeedyMama said...

How many horses are in your life? I thought all y'all were cattle ranchers. But, remember -- I know the front of a horse from the back of a horse, and that is it.

Susan said...

Great quilt to use up the extra pieces! Can't wait to see the whole thing. Just don't wait too long for the binding!
Susan @ quiltfabrication