Monday, April 17, 2017

Llama Progress

Just a quick update on my Llama Drama Quilt! I finished up the three rows of pompoms, put the remaining sashings on, and, voilĂ !  I have a quilt top!


I'm calling this a 'scrappy' quilt because I had great fun pulling all the teals and purples for the llama blankets and pompoms from my stash!  In fact, the only new fabric I had to purchase was for the background.  I even have some leftover pompoms that I am going to work into the backing. I think that will give it a fun flair!

Today is a rainy day. Looks like tomorrow will be also, so maybe I'll just get this little gem quilted up! Time will tell if I can actually stick with my plans, lol!

Quilting with a smile,
Barb

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10 comments:

  1. What a fun quilt... love the colours you've used!

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  2. This one is a keeper! Love the colors and I can't wait to see how you quilt it.

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  3. Excellent. I saw this pattern for the first time recently and wished that I had made it for my daughter. She would love the colors you picked as well. She'll have to wait though, as I just finished a major quilt for her.

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  4. It is just darling. I can't wait to see it quilted!

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  5. This so cute! Did I ever tell you my inlaws have a llama. The poor thing hasn't been sheared for ages and I honestly don't know how it manages to stand up. I think we're going to try and get him sheared before it gets too hot. I'll try to get a picture of him for you one of these days.

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  6. This is really darling! I adore the colors ... right up my alley! Isn't it funny how we sometimes wish for icky weather, because it's perfect for stitching??! :)

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  7. That is such a cute quilt! Love all the colors !!

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  8. Llama Drama - love the name! The quilt is adorable. I hope you have the perfect weather for quilting. ;) Thanks for sharing this fun quilt on MCM!

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  9. That is wonderful! I love Elizabeth Hartman's patterns. I have a flamingo to finish up.

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