Saturday, February 12, 2011

My {Guitar} Sewing Project

Well, in an effort to do something different, I decided to finally work on my daughter's quilt. I actually bought fabric for all 3 of my girls last September or so. I thought that I would make each of them quilts for Christmas. Well, Christmas has come and gone, and no quilts. Yesterday, I decided to get one done! I finished it this afternoon, and I wanted to share it with you. Here is the front of the quilt:
And here is the back: (Don't mind the lint. I tried to get it off but it really sticks to that fabric.) Fabric: Michael Miller Groovy Guitar and Teal Ta Dot

This quilt is for my tomboy that LOVES to play guitar. I knew when I saw this Michael Miller fabric that it would be perfect for her. I really love how it turned out, and most importantly my daugther loves it too. I can't wait to do the other quilts now. The fabrics I chose for my two other girls are definitely their personalities too!

Well, thanks for letting me share an "off-paper topic." :) Have a blessed Saturday!


Linda S. said...

Patter, you did a beautiful job on this quilt! I always say I could not sew if my life depended on it, so I have admiration for you!! I know it will hold special memories for your Daughter throughout her lifetime.

Toucan Scraps said...

looks absolutely gorgeous

Lori said...

Oh I LOVE RAG QUILTS! And this one is so CUTE!!! Thanks for sharing!


Vanessa said...

Patter, we DON'T mind the lint! ;) Thanks for sharing this with us! You are so blessed with many talents!! How MANY, MANY treasured keepsakes your family will always have from you. You totally inspire me to do the same!! :)
Blessings to you, blog friend!!

Gemiel said...

I love the quilt. It's beautiful.

Susan M said...

Beautiful! So much work and patience!

Janet S said...

Thanks for sharing!!! So could you share your pattern, this is an awesome pattern for a teen!

Tiffany said...

LOVE this. This quilt turned out really great. I have been dying to make a denim and flannel rag quilt for a while now but couldn't for the life of me figure out how to finish the edges. Uh, duh, rag them! THANK YOU!!! :)

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