Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Monkey Around

I finished a commissioned quilt.  With no further ado I present my finished Peek-a-Boo Monkey Quilt. 

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The kids are still taking 'Quilt Display' classes.  Not too bad for kids who are hardly 4 feet tall. 


I just did a basic spine with a leaf or feather bump along and out... I have no idea what this design could be called but it worked awesome. 




I'm working on some designs for a series of baby quilts.  I think I'm going to draw up some patterns in the next coming months.  Everyone likes cartoon baby quilts.  Linking up to The Needle and Thread Network where inspiration happens.

16 comments:

  1. WOW!!!!!Your quilt is gorgeous, I bet you hate to part with it. Sam, your quilting is totally amazing!! I just love your feathers.

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  2. So cute! your feathers are pretty cute too!

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  3. Your quilt is just adorable!! I love it!!

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  4. What an adorable little quilt!!! great quilting

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  5. So cute! I certainly think the recipient will be delighted! I love your machine quilting!

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  6. What a fun quilt! And your quilting is nice and even with nice flowy curves.

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  7. What a cute quilt and yes, your quilting is very good.

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  8. Really cute quilt Sam, love your quilting too , very well done!!

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  9. Cute quilt, and great quilting. What most amazes me, though, is that you managed to get two kids on chairs, hidden from mom's eye, and nobody helped the other one "fall" off!?

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    1. LOL! They were pretty good this time around, although I found one tied upside down dangling from the bunk bed the other day. Her foot was turning colour. They wouldn't tell me what happened, simply that some thing 'went wrong' during an experiment...

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  10. Did I just read that you only started quilting in 2011? Your quilting is fabulous and the monkey quilt is adorable!

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    1. Thanks you for your comment. Yes I started quilting in 2011, hahaha but it's pretty much all I do.

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  11. :) Very cute!
    I'm writing from Sew Sisters Quilt Shop. We are celebrating quilting/crafting bloggers in Canada with Blogathon Canada this month. Would love it if we could add you to the list. Please see our blog for more details: http://sewsisters.blogspot.ca/p/blogathon-canada.html
    Thanks
    Carol

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