Sunday, May 31, 2009

Finishes - some small; some big


I finally have something to show off. I finished the two small tops (tumblers and little triangles) I posted about a couple months ago. Here they are along with another small quilt (from a pattern in an old "Miniature Quilts" magazine), a little pincushion and a top from a Jo Morton LWC pattern. Below is a better picture of the "Somerset" top.


I am not sure how to quilt this one--suggestions are welcome. I also made the small companion quilt with the leftovers from this top. I am still hand quilting that one, but I hope to have a picture by the end of this week.

8 comments:

Carol said...

OMG I love them all! The cheddar is just awesome.

Juliann in WA said...

Beautiful quilts! I love the yellows and oranges. Will you hand quilt this top? I tend to stay simple, cross hatching has become my favorite.

Lori said...

So glad to see you blogging again. I absolutely LOVE this quilt and I think the cheddar and brown is so stunning!!

Kathie said...

love the little quilts
Ijust had to come back and look again!
the little brick one I just may have to make too
Kathie

Lea said...

OMG!!! I love LOooooove those minis and somerset quilt! Jo's somerset is on my long listing "to-do" list and you gave me a motivation! Thank you!

Dawn said...

Taryn, I just found your blog again, and I love your Somerset quilt!! I hope you're having a good summer so far!
~ Dawn

Karen said...

Love the cheddar in this quilt. It really sets off the blocks.

Vivian said...

Cheddar, cheddar, I love cheddar! Especially in this quilt, a real beauty.

Not a specific suggestion for the quilting but a book, one I found out about recently and also want to get for projects like this:
Jenny Kinney's "Quilting Designs From the Past". I am hoping that when I do repro projects it'll give me some ideas.

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