Monday, January 24, 2011

Another finish!

This was started before my trip to Florida. I finally got a chance to finish piecing all the blocks together and then I stippled the whole thing. The blocks were made with a jelly roll of Pretty Please by Jennifer Pagianelli (I'm sure I spelled that one wrong :).
The border was from a different fabric line, I can't remember which one right this minute. (watch, it will come to me in the middle of the night.) I saw the technique for making this on a video tutorial from Missouriquiltco.com. It's called Summer in the Park. Doesn't it look fresh and summery?

The quilt will be for our grandson's wife, Adina. She is a really lovely young lady, and always has such a fresh-faced look. As soon as I saw this pattern, I knew it was just right for her.

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6 comments:

Carolyn said...

It's beautiful! Lucky Adina! :)

sarafiedler@gmail.com said...

I LOVE it!!

QuiltinMama said...

I just love jelly rolls, especially if the pattern only takes 1 to make the whole quilt!

Nicole said...

Such a beautiful quilt! I am sure Adina will adore it. Great jelly roll pattern!

dunderklumpen said...

What a beautiful result. It looks fantastic! Especially with the pink border.

Stumpled upon this entry when I looked for others who already tried the "Summer in the park " quilt. I'm fairly new to quilting but wanna try my hands on the same project.

Cecelia said...

Love your quilt colors! I'm going to try starting on this pattern next week. Enjoy your blog!