Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Rain Drop Quilt

I finally got to finish my Rain Drop Quilt.  I made this quilt from The House of Tula Pink book with Prince Charming fabric from the very talented Tula Pink.  The quilter for Tula Pink is Angela Walters and I love how she quilted Tula's version but I wanted to quilt mine a little different.  I randomly added pebbles to the swirls and I love how this turned out.  I've included a lot of pictures so you can see all the fabulous fabrics I used.





 Look at the backing fabrics....the Frog Prince.  I really love this!

 And this is Bella...she is so happy that she can finally roll on a quilt.  She gets yelled out when she tries to get on customer's quilts.  She was just so happy to be able to play on this quilt. 
 Here is another project that I've been working on for a while now.  I'm making the "Swoon" quilt by Camille Roskelly at Thimbleblossoms.    Love how this is turning out too.
Sorry for so many pictures but I had to share the beauty of all of these fabrics.  I'm a huge Tula Pink fan.  The quilt I'm making will be out of her "Night Shade" fabric.  Can't wait to start that one but I have to finish Swoon first.  Thanks for stopping by.  Happy Quilting!

Teresa

6 comments:

  1. I love the effect of the pebbles mixed with the swirls. Your choice of fabrics are wonderful too. It is funny how attracted our pets are to the quilts we make.

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  2. Cool Rain Drop quilt!!! Love all your quilting in the background, looks great!
    Oh and never apologize for too many pictures...you can never have too many pictures of quilts on a blog :)

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  3. Oh! My! Gosh! Holy Cow! That's completely amazing! Your quilting is so perfect for that quilt...I could just stare and stare at the detail quilting you did!! Good job Teresa!

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    1. Oh I am just swooning at your raindrops. Gotta go track this pattern down. Your quilting sigh envy
      Cheers
      Linda

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  4. Your quilting on the raindrop quilt is fabulous! Good job!!!

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  5. I love this quilt! What a fantastic showcase of fabrics and quilting!

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