Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Judy's challenge finished


Sorry about the bad picture I have to come up with a better way to take pictures of my quilts.

I finished Judy's 1 hour quilt. I don't think that I am going to add any more borders couldn't find a fabric that looked right. The binding will match the tan.
I made an extra row of blocks to make up for less borders. I just wanted the little squares around the blocks to stand out the most when you look at the quilt. I'll have to send Judy a picture when I get a better picture. And also a big thank you to Judy for doing this project. I can't wait till the next one.

18 comments:

Linda_J said...

Lovely, really turned out well. If you figure out a way to take those pics let me know. My DH complains too much about holding them especially if they are large.

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

Wonderful job! Ah yes - it IS challenging getting a good quilt photo!


Cheers!

Evelyn

Jeanne said...

Oh, it's nice! I'm still plugging away on mine.
Jeanne

Bonnie said...

Your challenge quilt looks great. I love the colors.

Mary said...

I like how everyone's quilts are just a little different. I think this will look great with your just binding it and without any other borders.

Hedgehog said...

Congrats - it looks great! (And I think borders are overrated, but don't tell anyone else!)

quiltpixie said...

it turned out really well. Love the colours you used...

Ruth said...

Your quilt looks great. I also find it hard to get a good picture of my quilts. I love the colours and think that no borders suits it.

Screen Door said...

Lizzy- I really like it. Perfect for any season. Great job.

Gail said...

Looks good, congratulations on another challenge well met!

Amy P The Calico Cat said...

Pretty! I love your fabric choices!

cher said...

I think this quilt looks great just the way it is.

Laurie said...

I really like this, Lizzy. Muted, but defined. I am a bright color person, but quilts like this could make me change my mind. At least temporarily. :-)

Melzie said...

That is beautiful Lizzy very soft and warm :) xoxo melzie

Lisa D. said...

Your quilt looks really great - who needs borders? Nice job!

Sandra said...

It turned out beautifully and I don't think it needs a border either. I've taken to hanging my quilts on the washing line to take the photo :-)

Shelina said...

I think you did a fabulous job with this quilt.

Susan said...

I think your first one-hour quilt looks wonderful - no borders needed.