Saturday, May 24, 2008

Fresh Squeezed!!!!!

Here's my Fresh Squeezed jelly roll project all sewn together and waiting for the borders. As I was arranging all the blocks I was really second guessing my decision to use this pattern for this Jelly Roll but I'm loving it now! I can't get borders until next week but in the meantime I can think long and hard about which fabrics I want to use. Oh, I almost forgot....this pattern is called Keyholes and it's in "On A Roll Again" by Anka's Treasures.

I must stop sewing for tonight and go to bed. I'm already planning my next project so come again soon. :-)

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In Friendship!

33 comments:

Andrea said...

Wow - I love this. Great fabrics and what a lovely simple pattern. I need to make a couple of "man" quilts and I think this pattern would be just the ticket.

Deb said...

auhhh, don't you just love that fabric line. Love the pattern you used, looks great.

Stephanie said...

Awesome. I have that book and love that pattern. Great fabric choice.

Carol said...

What a great quilt. I love that pattern...I've looked at it for a jelly roll several times and haven't gotten around to it. You did a great job.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Darlene the quilt looks great, I have been thinking about buying this range and after seeing your quilt, I might just do a little bit of shopping tomorrow...

Vicky said...

I love that pattern. I made one for Kimberly out of At Water's Edge, and it as really fun to make. Darlene, those colors are perfect! Great fabric choice! (Hugs)

Candace said...

Sometimes, I feel a little like being the queen of squares and rectangles is not such a good thing, but then I see a quilt like yours that is so pretty, and I stand up straight and tall. I am trying to branch out a little though. Great quilt and gorgeous colors.

Wendy said...

I think a tall glass of lemon aid on a sunny garden patio with that quilt on the table would make me feel relaxed and cool. Nice job, wonderful pattern.

Pat said...

Love the pattern and your fabric choice. Great job, well done!

Cindy said...

This is so cool, I love it!!

Mar said...

LOL, looks like you are "On A Roll Again", cute!

Juliann in WA said...

I feel warm just looking at this fun quilt.

Ginger Patches said...

What a fun happy quilt! It makes me want to go make up a big pitcher of O.J.! I have a few of her books but not that one. I'll have to add it to my list :)

Linda said...

Just gorgeous, so fresh and crisp looking.

Hannies Annies said...

oh Darlene I love it! awesome!

yellowfarmhouse said...

BOY is that a cute and happy quilt. Good choice - her patterns are always so nice.

Hugs - Karen

Knot Garden said...

I love the colours, so citrus-y and summery!

Teresa said...

Cute quilt..I had not seen this patter before. Looks like it would be a fun one to make.

Red Geranium Cottage said...

I love it Darlene!!! So happy and colorful!!!

Hanne said...

Lovely quilt Darlene :-)
I have to see if I can duplicate it in EQ6.

cher said...

fun and bright quilt- love it

Sonnja said...

What a beautiful quilt!
Kind regards,

Sonnja & Beertje Zonn
from the Netherlands

Carole said...

Oh I love it! I'm so glad one of us is getting some quilting done! I did manage to piece the top of the French cottage garden minus the panels. I still have a tiny bit of wool applique to do on them. Now, if I could only find that wool piece! What a mess! Thanks for sharing your cheerful quilt! hugs!

Cheryl said...

Wow that fabric looks great done in that pattern! You have been one busy person! Could you pass some productiveness over to me please :-)!

AJ said...

What a vibrant quilt! I love the fabrics.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I love it. Thanks for the pattern name. Its just darling. It is my kind of quilt.

Kathy Wagner said...

This is beautiful - fresh and pretty!

Kris said...

Ooh, I love that quilt. I'm loving orange in a big way! I think all the fabric in my shop will be orange soon! LOL!

Thanks for introducing yourself!!

Sweet P said...

Love it!

Karen said...

Orange is the "in" color this year. Great quilt.

Nan said...

Ooh, how I love that quilt! The fabrics and the pattern are perfect together! Nice job as always, Darlene!
H'moosies!!!

Tamara said...

I already had a fresh squeezed jelly roll and did not have a pattern I liked for it, until I saw your top. I also realized that strawberry lemondade would look good made up in key holes. Your quilt is just FABULOUS!!!!!

mrscjallen said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Can't wait to see it with the borders.

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