Monday, March 14, 2016

Curve it up

Last year at a local fabric store, Cotton Shop, I was asked to make the BOM quilt.  I was already in the process of making a Curve it up quilt by sew kind of wonderful, for my MIL for Christmas, and so they thought we should do this for the BOM.  
I made the quilt over a year ago, minus the edging on the bottom (I was 4" short on fabric to finish) and finally today I finished the border!

The fabric is a combinations for fabrics, chosen by Ricki at the Cotton Shop, by mainly Spectrum by Camelot Design Studio.

After I purchase some batting, I will complete the quilt with this binding and backing.

I'm not really in a hurry because I don't know what to do with the quilt.  Any ideas?

Here is the change in colors I used for my MIL's quilt

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Lori N said...

I love that top left block in the set for your mother-in-law. Your BOM quilt is beautiful, with so many impressive curves!

Deb Chimes said...

Such a pretty quilt - well done on finishing it!

Allison said...

Beautiful blocks. You must be a curved piecing expert after all that stitching. Maybe the BOM quilt should visit a few shows before deciding where it might settle?

Cynthia Woodham said...

It will be stunning when finished.

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

That is going to be a beautiful quilt! I'm so impressed by all of the curved piecing. That's something I haven't tackled yet, but it's on my list to try!