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Saturday, January 22, 2011

It's a Flimsy and I'm counting it as a Finish!

In all it's glory, introducing "Gold Coins":


I'm going to stitch in the ditch between the columns and practice FMQ in the yellow. Backing will be white or mostly white w/ a little yellow, depending on what I have in my stash. Binding will be scrappy yellow.

~QB29

20 comments:

desertskyquilts said...

That looks great! That's like the lotto block this month, and I was thinking of doing mine all in blues, or different rows in different colors, so this helps me see how that would look. Congratulations on a finish!

Linda said...

This does look good. I love this color. Great job!

Linda said...

Good job! I love the colors...Congrats on the finish!

Alycia said...

Oh I really really Like that!!

Cherie in St Louis said...

I love it and it named itself, no? I really like seeing these monochromatic quilts, it's quite inspiring.

Tizzie said...

I love it!

I'm going to use my quilt to practice FMQ, too.....

Melinda said...

Verrry nice. And couldn't be a more perfect name.

Chris said...

Looks great. Congrats on your finish :)

Cheryl Willis said...

looks great, I was wondering if you were making it for the challenge. great job- cw

Ariane said...

It looks great!! Love it!!!

QuiltSwissy said...

It looks fabulous!

glen

Quilty Conscience said...

Very nice! And I'm glad you are counting as a "finish". I understand that totally! In a UFO challenge I even counted a donated flimsy as a finish! I had gotten it out, no longer liked it and decided I was "finished" with it. No more time, fabric or batting to invest. Toni

Jamie in Louisiana said...

Love your modern "Gold coins", great use of the yellows.

Sarcastic Quilter said...

It looks awesome. I love that the stacks aren't perfectly straight and you have them off set. It adds wonderful character.

Rabid Quilter said...

Great quilt! Good for you!

carol fun said...

What a great quilt! I love it - this is a great design and you have a lovely assortment of yellows - my favorite color! Happy stitching -

JudyL said...

That's a happy quilt! Love it!

Linda said...

Nice! I like it a lot.

Trish said...

This is great! What a wonderful way to display all the beautiful yellows. I like that you can use it for practice as well!

Marg said...

I love this quilt, I love that the stacks are off set, really lovely.