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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Purse Strings Quilt Top

It's late, so this post will be short and sweet-  I got my purse strings quilt top finished just under the wire to join in all of the Friday finish parties.  woo hoo!


It's getting close to midnight and I just finished putting this top together, and I just couldn't bear to wait until daylight to take a good picture.  I really love this pattern!  The design is so cool when all of the blocks are put together.

Can't wait to sew up all of the scraps for the backing and go on a hunt for the perfect backing and binding fabrics!  Happy almost weekend!



32 comments:

  1. Beautiful Kelly! Congratulations! TGIFF!

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  2. Looking good there Kelly. Sleep time tonight, right?!

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  3. Well, well, well that is a really nice top! I love it!

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  4. Love the colors and the pattern as well. Good job!

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  5. Very exciting, Kelly! It's a wonderful design! Can't wait to see your backing and binding choices. But then I know I won't have to wait long! Ha, ha!

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  6. You're fast! Love this quilt top - gorgeous!

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  7. The blocks do look great together! Nice job.

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  8. Love it! So pretty

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  9. This looks amazing! I know you'll have it quilted by the end of the weekend. I can't wait to see it in person!

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  10. Wow! I really love this pattern! (perfect name for it too!) I also really love the cream/pink/orange color combo. I'll have to keep that in mind for a quilt for myself. Thanks for sharing!!!

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  11. This turned out wonderful! So wonderful it makes me want to make one :)

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  12. This is such a cool pattern and your quilt is beautiful! It makes mw want to make one too.

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  13. i love this, some of my favorite colors, do you mind if i copy it. lol

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  14. love this quilt top, pattern, fabric it is just so cute!!!

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  15. Super cool quilt top! Love that secondary pattern, too.

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  16. These blocks are lovely. I'm looking forward to seeing this quilted :)

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  17. It's gorgeous! It's no wonder you couldn't wait to take photos. I love the colors and fabrics you used and the pattern is spectacular.

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  18. wow you busted that thing out in no time! It looks awesome!

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  19. Girl you are quick! It looks awesome and the fun that could be had with the quilting! All the lovely negative space! Can't wait to see it finished up :)

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  20. From one teacher and mother to another, how DO you find the time?

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  21. So lovely! Love the pattern and the fabric/color choices.
    I can understand your excitement in not wanting to wait for daylight. I wouldn't want to either.

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  22. I'm using this block to make a queen sized quilt for a friend in rainbow colours. 1/2 finished! I can't blog about it yet as she doesn't know what it will look like (my brief was just 'all bright colours but no pink), however when I'll finished I'll send you a link. :-)

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