Thursday, April 7, 2011

A Little Sewing for Judi


I spent a little time at the end of February/beginning of March doing a little stunt sewing for Judi! This is Judi's latest design, Dahlia! (It's available for pre-order now and should be shipping around April 17th).


I love this quilt!  The flowers are just fun, and they are all pieced, with no applique' to do!  Most of the fabric is from the collection Lovely by Sandy Gervais--the background is Moda Bella Bleached White.  (If  I remember right the blue border fabric is also by Sandy Gervais but comes from another collection). You can see more photos of this great design and Judi's beautiful quilting here.

Thanks so much for stopping by...have a sew wonderful day!

31 comments:

Carol said...

What a great quilt!

Thelma said...

What a perfect quilt for spring, who wouldn't want that quilt hanging in their sewing room, I just love it!

Great job on the piecing Sherri, the quilting is pretty sweet too ; ))

Material Mary said...

You did a beautiful job and the quilt looks fantastic. Love the picnic quilt below. That Central Park fabric is definately a winner.
Mary

Brita said...

It's adorable, and if you hadn't mentioned it, I wouldn't have looked closely enogh to see the flowers are pieced.

Stephanie said...

Your patten tester/stunt sewer dance card must be full...with a waiting list! Very pretty and the quilting is really amazing.

Stray Stitches said...

Absolutely beautiful! I just preordered the pattern.

KaHolly said...

How adorable. And just look at that beautiful quilting!!

rubyslipperz said...

SEW VERY PRETTY!!

hugZ,
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Sue said...

I really love this quilt too! I love the applique flower pots. I love applique!
It speaks of spring to me and I guess I'm just going to have to find it in quilts, because Michigan doesn't want spring to come, I guess! LOL

Debbie said...

What a beautiful spring time quilt! You did a wonderful job. I love it!

*hugs*
Debbie K

Barb said...

It is a wonderful quilt!

Thimbleanna said...

You're amazing Sherri! Very cute quilt too.

Darlene said...

It's wonderful, Sherri. A real beauty.

diane said...

This quilt is so pretty and the flowers are wonderful. The fact they are pieced and not applique make it even more beautiful to me.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

What a great quilt and I love the fabric also and the quilting...wow!

Handmade by Mai said...

That would make a lovely Le petite project

Farah Muzaffar said...

Hi Sherri ... What a beautiful quilt and how much time you spend on it I am sure beautiful but a difficult task...
I would love if you please peek a little at
http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/
Sure you will find a crafty project of your choice from my library…
Love
Farah

Annette said...

So pretty! I love the flowers. I could sure use a little Spring right now...we are having hail at the moment.

mypatchworkantahkarana said...

Hello Sherri ... is beautiful quilt.I´m sorry my ingles.kiss

Cheryl said...

How fun to do some stunt sewing...that quilt is so cute and love the fabric. Great job!

Belinda said...

It's fabulous Sherri!!! Those flowers are amazing...at first I DID think they were hand appliqued!

suemac said...

It is hard to believe the flowers are all pieced. Looks like a lot of little pieces. You have a lot of patience. Nice job.

Q said...

lovely pieced quilt! the pattern looks great and the quilting is really wonderful too!
Well done to both of you, I had been to Green Fairy Quilts to shop, but actually didn't look at the blog or patterns, thanks for sharing!

Mama Pea said...

Cute quilt. You have such a good eye for color and design. You know just how to arrange the fabric!

Helen in Switzerland said...

What a gorgeous quilt Sherri!

Judi said...

Thanks again Sherri - you pieced it beautifully!

Marianne said...

Great job and great quilting!

JoAnnGC said...

Sherri, you and Judi make a great team. I love everything about this quilt. Thanks to both of you for sharing it :)

Michele said...

I love it! Great job.....beautiful! Stunt sewing LOL!!

M and M plus 3 said...

How do you decide what quilting to do to make it look sooo darn good? I struggle with what designs to use. Love it, both quilting and the quilt itself.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Love it! You and Pam are the stunt sewing queens.