Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Turning 20 again

I'm well on my way to my goal of making each of the kids a quilt for Christmas. This is Ashton's quilt top. The pattern is Turning Twenty...Again, designed by Tricia Cribbs.
This is a very easy quilt. It is made up of 20 fat quarters, and best of all, there is no need to worry about matching seams.
What do you think of the color choices? Not something I would normally pick, but all in all I love the combination.
All of the fabric choices were based around this fabric: Michael Miller's Zoology print. This is the one print Ashton chose because he loves animals so much. I went with black and white, oranges and lime green. I pulled in the turquoise and went from there. I was able to snag quite a few selections from my stash, probably about half. The zoology print will be the back of the quilt, and I think I'm going to choose one of the turquoise prints for the binding. I'm not going to do any sort of border.
I'm sending this off to a local quilter to be quilted (as I am still working on binding Ava's;)
Of course I will be sure to show you the finished product!
I hope you're having a terrific Tuesday!


Cindy said...

The colors in this are absolutely fabulous. love it, love your blog. take care.

Ruth said...

That is great. I love it! What a great idea for Christmas gifts.


Anonymous said...

My grandchildren are so lucky! Love, MOM

Bailey said...

LOVE it!

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JulieMom said...

That is beautiful! Love the design and the colors. Great for a boy. Well done!

Julie Bagamary said...

Your fabrics are fun and make a bold statement. Nicely done.

Kitt said...

Thanks for your comment on my chicken, Chrissie. I love your quilt! That zoo print is very cool.

Patti Erickson said...

Love the colors...very happy!

luci said...

i love the colours in this, funky and bold and bright. the zoo print is fab. x

Kelly Warren said...

this is fabulous! i love the colors. sounds like a fun pattern!