Friday, May 21, 2010

Finished at last!

Finished is a small exaggeration. I haven't clipped odd ends of thread and have to do the label but, yes, I've finally got this quilted and bound. Phew! Seemed like a long haul for a throw size quilt.

I honestly don't understand why I don't get true color with my camera. This was outdoors on the lawn in nice sunlight but the pink is all washed out, it's really a very vivid pink. I think I need a new camera. ... some day.

So tomorrow I'd do the last bit of cosmetic surgery on this. Then I have my May journal quilt to do. It took me a long time to decide what to do but now I know and can get it done fairly soon. And I have small things that I guess are properly called "quilties" to make. They'll be pretty quick too. Then I can go on with a paper pieced quilt I've had on my "Unstarted UFO list" And I have other ideas rolling around in the old cranium too. Always fells great to finish something.


Nellie's Needles said...

Woo Hoo! A happy dance for you and your quilt!

This is so interesting ... all those different stars and your mix of hues. The pinks show up pretty vivid on my monitor.

jennyk said...

I agree with Nellie's Needles. The pinks look vivid on my netbook, so perhaps the problem is with your monitor settings rather than your camera.

I like the quilt a lot, even though I am not a great fan of pink. There is enough uniformity of colour and pattern to make a coherent whole, but enough variety to make it interesting.

Anonymous said...

I just love this quilt and have always admired thoes who have such talent.. I am going to start following your blog.

(this is a swap bot wish from Stefanija)

Marie aka Grams said...

Yea! It's fabulous and much more detailed than any quilt I've ever made.

June Calender said...

Thank you, Jenny. I would never have thought of that. I think I'll go to the Mac store next week and ask about adjusting the monitor color. I hope that can be done on a laptop.

Ladydy5 aka: Diane Yates said...

Great looking once again June.