Friday, April 3, 2015

SuperNova Finish!

I finished it!  I started this quilt back in May 2014 as part of the SuperNova Friendship Swap and, at last, I can share it with you and call it finished.  You can see some of the progress posts and pictures here and here.



Many different fabric scraps went into this quilt and I just love those huge blocks.  The background is Kona White and Kona Snow (not on purpose, but hey, it happens to the best of us apparently).  The binding is two shades of Kona greys (not 100% sure which ones unfortunately).

For the quilting, I went with three different designs.

Some echoing flowers in the centre of the blocks…



Some small flowers on a string…
And square spirals in the background.  This has now become my favourite filler.  I just love thetexture this design gives the quilt.



And just for fun, here is a picture of SuperNova with Bronx coming over for a quick sniff.



This is another finish on my Q1 FAL list.

I will be linking up at Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish It Up Friday and to TGIFF hosted by Quokka Quilts this week.  Check out the link ups for some amazing inspiration!

And for those of you who celebrate, Happy Easter!

Izzy

9 comments:

  1. Very beautiful and cheery. Love the quilting, the mix between the flowers and the geometric is fantastic. And Bronx approved!

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  2. Simply gorgeous! Love the quilting and all the color...gorgeous!

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  3. Love the way this came together...

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  4. It's such a lovely little quilt! I love the bright colors and quilting you chose.

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  5. Cheery and energetic. Nice finish.

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  6. I just love this! Your quilting is awesome!

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  7. Beautiful! I love this block, particularly in this rainbow of colors.

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  8. Beautiful and wow your quilting really works well!

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  9. Love the colours, beautiful and bright. I too mixed up some Moda Bellas in backgrounds in my latest quilt. I've no idea how. I thought I was being so careful keeping them separate!

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