Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Finished Quilt: Skittles



After binding late into the night last, the Skittles quilt is done.  I made this quilt as part of a charity drive with the South Bay Area Modern Quilt Guild.  Our goal was to make 31 quilts in 31 days to give to Jacob's Heart.  This group of quilters have some of the biggest hearts I know and it looks like we are going to meet that goal!  All of these quilts are going to children in Santa Cruz County fighting cancer.  It was incredibly emotional to make this quilt.  I hope this brings brightness, light and love to it's new owner.




I choose fabrics that made me smile.  It's named Skittles after my husband said it reminded him of skittles candies.

Skittles Quilt Front


Name:Skittles
Size:45" x 58"
Fabric: A stash assortment including fabrics by: Denyse Schmidt, Kate Spain, Erin McMorris, The Quilted Fish, Sandi Henderson, October Afternoon and Lotta Jansdotter
Pieced and Quilted by: Adrianne Ove
May 2013

Read about the beginning of this quilt here.



Skittles Quilt Back

15 comments:

  1. Puts a big smile on my face - love the back too!!

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  2. Beautiful, beautiful, I like so mutch.

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  3. Very sweet quilt for a very kind cause.

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  4. Adrianne, I just LOVE this quilt! It is sure to be well loved.

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  5. I love the quilt. You did such a great job. Do you hand bind it or machine?

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  6. so pretty. I would like to make this design with the new Madhuri fabric :-)

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  7. adorable! these are such great quilts Adrianne!
    (p.s. going to Market?)

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  8. oh, and p.p.s - this one is all over pinterest.

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  9. So full of sunshine! Great quilt. I know it will be happy in its new home.

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  10. I just blogged over at http://cindyloussouthernsewing.blogspot.com/2013/06/hands-2-help-quilt-2.html about your "happy block" pattern. Thanks so much for sharing the pattern.

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