Friday, 24 February 2017

Yellow birds, done for now.

A productive morning! The bottom border went on quite quickly, though to be fair I was halfway there already.


Then an extra row along the top, just to bring it up to a nice, square-ish size...


and bob's your uncle, I'm done.  So off to the quilting pile this one goes.

Linking up with Off the Wall Friday and TGIFF too.

26 comments:

Jayne said...

There's something about a grey and yellow color combination that I love! And I love this one!

Libby in TN said...

Love it!

SHLyman said...

Love this bright, color-filled quilt. Are you going to do a pattern?

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

I can already imagine your beautiful hand quilting on it. It's beautiful, and I love the words sprinkled in it.

-Soma

Ariane said...

I love it!! You did a great job with this top!

Anonymous said...

I have never used this color scheme and I absolutely love it. So cheerful. Your quilt is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

Aloha,
Hunter

Linda @ kokaquilts said...

A wonderful finish!

Norma Schlager said...

I also like that gray and yellow scheme. I have used gray before, but never with yellow. I will have to rethink it. That bird print is so charming!

LA Paylor said...

oh my, that looks so cool. Aren't you something! Limited color scheme allowing line to lead us around.

Madalene Axford Murphy said...

I love how you arranged this quilt so that your eye keeps moving from grouping to grouping. Clever use of that bird print so that each block of it looks different.

Mystic Quilter said...

This looks so good Kaja - a great finish.

Ann said...

One of the many things I like about this quilt is that the birds are the darkest (except for a few flying geese that mimic those birds.) As everyone else has written, a great top. As always.

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

every time I see this quilt top i want to drop everything i am doing, buy yellow and gray fabric and do something in these shades. WHEW, you are done so I can stop being tempted, ha ha!

Cathy said...

I'll bet you can't wait to get quilting on this one! I've been a fan of this quilt and it's fantastic! (Never heard the phrase...bob's your uncle...)

Monica said...

Wow, it feels like it came together very quickly at the end! Momentum, I guess. Or, I've been MIA for longer than I thought... Anyway, I love it! The combination of shirts and quilt fabrics is SO nice, and the whole thing is just cheerful and optimistic. Great finish!

helenjean@midgetgemquilts said...

Words fail me , beautiful . I love this

Mary at Fleur de Lis Quilts said...

Yes, indeed! I think I told you already that I love it, but just in case: BEAUTIFUL!

JanineMarie said...

Aw, I'll miss this little ray of sunshine, but i'll be brave and carry on. After all, we had some warm weather this week and the birds are back and singing. I'm looking forward to another peek, though, when you've quilted it all up.

pandchintz said...

Yay! Well done you. It's been SO interesting following along on this journey with you. Thank you for sharing and hope we see it again before too long!!

Kathy said...

Love this . . . love the sunburst blocks.

Susan McQuade said...

The color of sunshine which we all need! Kaja...I hope I have fixed the no reply blogger issue.

Doris Perlhuhn said...

Congratulations to your wonderful new quilt. It looks very harmonic.

patty a. said...

Love this top. It turned out fantastic!

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

I love how this one came together! Congratulations on another quilt top finish. :)

9658 Textiles said...

Gorgeous! Thank you for bringing us along in your process to create this quilt! It was a facinating journey. AH-Mazing!!!!

Shasta Matova said...

Your yellow quilt is gorgeous! It reminds me of a stained glass window, and is really delightful to look at. My eyes say, look at this part, no look at this, look at this. I love the colors and the limited palette on this one.