Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Wild Thing!

You make my heart sing!
Live from the kitchen last night!
I have finished assembling this top from my 2012 Brown Bagger birthday blocks. I love the fuchsia background and my piano key border. Eat your heart out, Tarzan! I actually provided all of the fabrics in this quilt to my fellow Brown Baggers when they made my blocks. It will be a generous lap size when it is quilted.

Even before the top was finished, I had bought two different fabrics (so far) for the back. One is a  leopard print in cotton and the other is a flannel leopard print. But, I think I'm going to go get some leopard minky for the back so it will be just yummy!

Can you tell that I LOVE animal prints?

Linking up on Wednesday to Freshly Pieced and Sew Fresh Quilts. Linking up on Friday to Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Richard and Tanya Quilts and Crazy Mom Quilts.

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Pugs and kisses,
Nancy

9 comments:

  1. Whoa, that is one WILD thang, fo' sho' lol. Love it. The pink hovers above the animal prints. Haven't popped by in a bit, but your link is just a few before mine in WIP, so nice to see you again! Hey! I made a bunch of those makeup pouches, and actually sold one at our guild show a few weeks ago! Thanks again for that bag post and links to the bags on Moda Bakeshop!

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  2. Wow that is groovy! I love the pink with the animal prints You will love backing it with Minky. DH and I fight over the quilt I backed with Minky.

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  3. wild thing! Fun title. You really rocked the brown and pink scheme! Bet the brown baggers had fun with it too. Minky... yummm
    LeeAnna

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  4. What a fun quilt! The hot pink makes it pop. Perfect name for your quilt, too.

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  5. LOVE this - have to echo the comment that the pink is really excellent in this.

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  6. Wild thing, indeed - love it!

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  7. I really like your use of animal prints in this quilt.

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