Tuesday, February 15, 2011

No Willpower!

Blogland is so full of temptation...
and I have no willpower.
Made with the itty bitty Twister Ruler by Primitive Gatherings.
It is 6" finished. 
I can't decide whether to set it with the stripe or just frame it.
What is your favorite?

30 comments:

Maureen said...

So pretty! I like the stripe. I started something new, too!

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Looks wonderful--- I like the frame idea!

Did you make this up using the template or did you have a pattern?

Something for me to put on my list for future projects....oh,my! :) Carolyn

Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

This is just delightful, Cheryl. I really liked it with the striped frame but it's great either way.

Jeanne Lex said...

When in doubt, do both - Stripe it AND Frame it. Love it, Cheryl - twisters are the best ! 10" square - now that's itty bit...

Anne-Mette said...

So cute :-). I like the little heart with the stripes around. A beautiful piece of fabric.
Take care.

chi- said...

So pretty!
I like.....BOTH!
Today,I ordered this ruler.LOL

Sue said...

Oh that is so pretty! I do like the stripe:)
I've not heard of that ruler. I'll have to check it out.

Karen said...

Oh, how cute. I don;t have a Little Twister ruler so I will just have to enjoy your little heart.

NancyB85374 said...

So cute! I like it without the stripe. I think it stands well on it's own.
NancyB in AZ

Quilt Hollow said...

Cheryl!!!!!! You are killing me here! I normally am not into the heart thing...I like them but don't have to have them! This one....OMGoodness it must be framed! Skipped the striped print fabric! I don't have that size twister tool....dang you!!

Satu said...

OMG, it's the cutest thing tonight! Love it!!! I must also check the ruler out...

Darlene said...

I like both but framed is simply sweet.

Denise said...

It's wonderful!!! So lovely!

merumo said...

Ohhhhh, this is what you were talking about at the meeting on past Sunday! I remember how you told us to lay out the fabrics between the lights and reds, but I don't quite remember the order. lol Would you let me know?

Gayle said...

Definitely like the stripe added to frame it!

Taryn said...

I also like both but would choose the simple framed version if I wanted to display it. Very sweet. Oh, and the shiny red thread is pretty, also. I can never resist shiny stuff.

Stray Stitches said...

Soooo tiny! I think framing it would be best - much more striking.

Anonymous said...

Definitely stripes and then frame. I have this template. Can I ask where you got the pattern?
Really cute. You always have such good ideas.

Linda in IN

Rosie said...

It's darling either way, but I am a pushover for stripes.

Teresa Felgueiras said...

I would frame but it will look fabulous anyway.
I gave you an award.

Elyte said...

I think it may depend on how you want to display it. On a wall the stripe would be perfect. The way you have displayed it in your little vignette, then the frame would be enough. How's that for sitting on the fence!

Merilyn said...

What about a small stripe and frame it!!! I love this little ultra mini quilt!!! Very cute! I just received in the mail my first ever mini twister ruler, I think it is for 3" squares, from the Temecula Quilt Co. I can't wait to try it!!!

Aunt 'Reen said...

So beautiful & TINY!
It would look beautiful either way in a lovely picture frame!

Heather said...

OH SO LOVE IT! What a perfect little quilt! I love the raspberry fabric in the background... I may have to dig some of that out and use it in a project soon.

Roxanne said...

Okay, I'm joining the fray! I vote for the red stripe. Nice work Cheryl.

Briarside Lane said...

So cute, Cheryl! I am backtracking trying to catch up. I'll have to check out that Twister ruler... Karen

Briarside Lane said...

...and forgot to mention your header photos! Lovely! Everyone has changed the look of their blogs... they look wonderful, as does yours.

Ariane said...

OMG!!!!! This is gorgeous!!!!

terry said...

Totally darling. Have counted how many reds and backgrounds you used but can't figure out the layout. Could you possibly post the layout before I cut into the fabric. Thanks with gratitude.

Terry in So. Calif.

Lisa said...

Cheryl, this is absolutely awesome! My LQS just got the rulers in. I can't wait to make this.