Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Plaid Strings and Hearts is a wrap!


 

Good morning!  I started out to make a plaid string quilt...then I immensely enjoyed appliquéing heart with plaids...Then I though maybe a dark background would be better for some of the hearts...and here I am!!!


I still have to add a border to the quilt, which I do not have.  I do believe this quilt to be unique...all my thoughts rolled into it.  That blue plain row fabric is a surgical top that I cut apart, after being all used up as a garment.  



I am trying really hard to finish up some things so I can start the mystery quilt in two days!  Quiltville mystery, here I come!



Julie

19 comments:

Louise SS said...

Quilts made with plaids always turn out to be cozy. I like how you mixed the appliqué with the strings!

Julierose said...

Oh this turned out so beautifully I like the hearts/plaid strings combo a lot...
HAPPY THANKSGIVING to you and yours, Hugs, Julierose

Rose Marie said...

How lovely this top turned out. What fun you have had playing with the design! Bring on more plaid! LOL

Kyle said...

I love how all those ideas and designs have come together. It is apparent both you and the quilt had fun.

Sharon Kwilter said...

It turned out nice. That's a lot of plaids, you must like them.

Unknown said...

A really cute quilt - love the use of plaids.

sue said...

I'm really glad you mentioned the scrubs. I have a pair with bleach stains on one leg that would be a perfect Garnet for BH's mystery! Then I only have to toss the one leg.
Your quilt is so lovely and unique!

Robin said...

This looks wonderful. There is so much work in it. You should be so proud. Have a nice Thanksgiving tomorrow. This time of year with Bonnie's mystery is always a fun time.

Libby in TN said...

Makes me wish I had more plaids in my stash!

Angie said...

Beautiful, and uniquely yours!

AnnieO said...

Love it! Small Plaids are difficult to find sometimes, I have plenty of bigger plaids tho!

Janet O. said...

Love it, Julie! So unique, but definitely you! Hearts, strings, and plaids. Love the use of your surgical top, too.
Have a happy Thanksgiving, dear friend!

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Tired Teacher 2 said...

Such a lovely quilt!

I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Susan said...

And a beautiful wrap it is! Congratulations on the finish.

Quilter Kathy said...

I love this quilt! And the surgical blue is perfect for a heart quilt sashing this year!
"See" you tomorrow at the Quiltville blog!

QuiltGranma said...

Such a fine flimsy! Great job!

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Alycia~Quiltygirl said...

WOW WOW WOW!! this is unique and SO very cool!!