Sunday, March 3, 2013

Saltbox Sampler

I knew when I saw the delicious, vibrant reds in Judie Rothermel's fabric line,
Party of Twelve, they would be perfect in...
Saltbox Sampler
by Kim Diehl


Of course, the bubble gum pink and poison greens were the icing on the cake!
(I hope I got those hue descriptions right.  I am still learning the reproduction lingo.)
And I cannot resist a 'house' quilt, especially if it has a scrappy pieced border.
Those of you with good eyes can see that there is a border missing...
waiting for a perfect toasty piece of Jo Morton to arrive at TOWQS.

We spent last week celebrating my granddaughter's 1st birthday...
jeez how time flies,
especially when you are having so much fun!

Now to resume working on a few projects on my WIP list...
the first being a quilt for my granddaughter!

29 comments:

  1. Love your sampler...perfect fabrics! I have started it with a friend, but it's a long-term project. Yours may inspire us to get back to it!

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  2. Nice colors! It's a keeper!

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  3. Gorgeous,vibrant colors! Can't go wrong with a house quilt!

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  4. WOW, Cheryl!!! Wonderful colors! You always have delightful projects to inspire us all!!!

    :) Carolyn

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  5. Oh, how I love house quilts. The fabrics you selected work well in this design. The quilt looks like it would not take a lot of time to piece. I have all of Kim's books so I must have the pattern.

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  6. WOW! I can not believe she turned 1 years old already . Just love your house quilt the fabrics are perfect !

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  7. It's delightful - I love it.

    One! Are you serious? Already???
    Happy Birthday.

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  8. No way, one year already!

    The colors in your Saltbox Sampler pop, beautiful!

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  9. Glad to see you and your lovely work back again. Love your colours. Happy birthday wishes to the little one.

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  10. This is beautiful, congratulations!

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  11. Looks wonderful, great choice of fabrics for the houses!
    I guess I need to break down and buy that fabric line too :)
    pretty pink!
    a year old already how in the world did that happen?????
    Kathie

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  12. What a great quilt! I love it! :0)

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  13. I love everything about this wonderful little quilt! Great fabrics and the pieced border just sets it off perfectly!

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  14. Beautiful quilt top Cheryl!

    Wow, I can't believe a year has gone by since her birth!
    Happy Birthday to your granddaughter!

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  15. That is so great! I love the setting and the fabric you used really makes it stunning!!

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  16. Your top is alive with color! It looks fabulous!

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  17. You chose the perfect fabrics. The pieced border is great. Kim's patterns are always beautiful.

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  18. You picked the best fabrics for this quilt, love the cheddar too.

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  19. Perfect fabrics, perfect quilt. Hugs

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  20. Beautiful! I love the little four patches border. I'm no expert but I think you have the lingo right. What a pretty pattern. Happy Birthday to your granddaughter - a year already?!

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  21. One year! Wow! Such a fun age too :-) Love those houses!

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  22. It's really pretty! I love the fabrics you chose for this one.

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  23. i can imagine that it was a fun celebration. that first birthday is such a happy milestone but you're right, the time seems to just fly by~!!~

    love your house quilt with it's rich colors and tiny four patches in that outer border.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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