Tuesday, August 19, 2008

A ray of sunshine on a cloudy day.....

Having all my fabric up on my old/new shelves in my sewing room closet makes such a difference in being more productive. I apparently purchased this beautiful fabric specifically for backing of my quilts.Backingfabric I loved the soft hand and soft print. No wonder I purchased over 10 yards of it.

Good thinking on my part! LOL

 

 

 

 

 

 

Butterfly Quilt

Now I can get this quilt done for my daughter's room. Butterfly Quilt closeup

 

(The background fabric says P.S. I love you! I plan to put seed beeds or tiny buttons for the eyes.)

 

Happy Sewing,

sample siggy sm200

15 comments:

TLC said...

What a cute cheerful quilt! I love the butterflies, they are so cute!

Vicki W said...

What a cute quilt!

Susan said...

Adorable! Can't wait to see it done with the beads.

Joyce said...

So it is worthwhile cleaning up. Hmmm... Love the butterfly quilt. I made one with butterflies a couple of years ago but I think the pattern was a bit different.

Randi said...

What a great quilt!

April said...

Very cute!!

Dorothy said...

The butterfly quilt is really cute and I'm sure your daughter will love it.
I like the big board, I'll have to try and make one, it would sure make it easier to iron a quilt backing.

Dionne said...

I love that little quilt! The beads will look fabulous, can't wait to see the results!

Keep quiltin'
Dionne

Kim said...

Your daughters quilt is very bright and so cute. It's going to be her favorite! Your backing fabric is pretty. The big board for ironing is soooo nice. We made one and I use it to iron and for extra table space when I need it.

Bunny said...

Oh I love your butterfly quilt, that was my very first quilt I ever made. I made it in 1994.
Enjoy it.

Colleen formerly of South Africa said...

The backing fabric you bought is wonderful. Love the look. Can't wait to see these finished.

Esteemarlu said...

What a cute butterfly quilt. I plan to make one of those just for the heck of it since I have no daughters nor grandaughters. I like what you did to the ironing board. I would do that but don't have enough room for one that big.Will love to see the finished butterfly quilt.

Lurline's Place said...

Sunny, by name and a bright, sunny butterfly quilt - first time I have met you and a lovely sunny blog - thanks for visiting - Lurline.

Morah said...

Gee I like this!

Catherine said...

That fabric you bought for backings is gorgeous! Very very pretty.
The quilt is so cheerful -- very cute!