Saturday, August 07, 2010

Schnibblemania
#7
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#7 - Little Red in Fresh Cottons

This is Little Red made with Fresh Cottons by Moda. I showed it to you a couple of weeks ago without borders. I really like the yummy caramel brown border. :-) That's our buddy Cooper!
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I'm starting to sound like a broken record however I really do appreciate that you stop by to visit. And, your comments and compliments are very special to me. :-)
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Don't forget to stop by tomorrow - Frolic will be the star of the show! LOL
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In Friendship!

32 comments:

Béa said...

I really love this pattern.......OK ! all patterns from Miss Rosie :))
and this collection.

Michelle said...

Gorgeous, I really must source myself the book! I keep drooling all over my keyboard!

Fiona said...

I am loving them all and have just ordered the book. Hugs, fEE XXX

Stina said...

Really really love this one.. it looks so good in the fresh cotton fabrics..:o)

Carol said...

Love Little Red...the caramel border is absolutely perfect...so warm!
Look at that sweet Cooper!

rockgranny said...

Gorgeous!!!

Diane said...

Oh Cooper is a cutie! The quilt is cute too, of course.
Did you make all these quilts one right after another?

Quilt Hollow said...

You've done such a fanastic job making all of them...I haven't quite figured out my favorite just yet.

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

I think that may be my favorite pattern in the book. It looks so pretty with Fresh Cottons. The caramel border is lovely -- you know I have a thing for brown.

Quilter Kathy said...

This is a cool block...I was trying to figure out how to make it from the photo. And Cooper is adorable...a perfect "Vanna" for your quilts!

Cindy said...

You may say Frolic will be the star tomorrow but I think Cooper was the star today...LOL

Yvette said...

Love Cooper!

Seriously, I don't know how you do it. This is another great one.

Wendy said...

The fresh cottons are so soft and delicate, I love the caramel colour as well. Great looking quilt. Cooper is wanting a piece of the action.

Laura said...

Another great quilt Darlene! Can't wait to see Frolic tomorrow. I have two layer cakes of that line sitting around waiting for something to be done with them.

CaraQuilts said...

Gorgeous!

Carol said...

That's so cute, Cooper helping you out with your photo. I like how the there are little pinwheels in the centers of the blocks. Beautiful quilt Darlene. I'm so enjoying your quilt parade.

Cathy Burk said...

Your quilts are so lovely! You must work quickly, yet your quilts look perfectly constructed. Thank you so much for treating us to this wonderful show!!!

Dresden Quilter said...

I love the freshness of this quilt.

AnnieO said...

Ooh, pretty! This book is on my ever growing list of must haves. I love your version of this quilt, and the border looks lovely.

Loris said...

Love those fabrics! Little Red is on my list to make too.
It looks beautiful!

call me crazy said...

Oh gosh another beauty! I don't know how you managed to make all of these and keep it secret until you were done! I'm in awe~ truly!! :-)

sweetbabies00 said...

I'm so inspired by your quilts. Great job!

Kim G said...

I love what you have done with these patterns!! What an inspiration to get piecing and quilting! I don't know if I have a favorite, love them all.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Fresh Cotton looks lovely Darlene!

Mira said...

Gorgeous quilt!

Michelle said...

BEAUTIFUL!

Kaaren said...

The colors remind me of salt water taffy.

I'm having a real hard time deciding which is my favorite because I love them all!

You're the best!

Allie said...

So pretty! Looks like there's some great room for innovative quilting on this one!

QuiltSue said...

I have a problem! Every time you show one of these quilts I think "that's my favourite", then, next day, you show another one which I think ... well you get the idea. When, oh when will this book be available in the UK - I'ts been unavailable for ages and I am desperrate to get it and make some of the quilts.

julia said...

Darlene, I know I don't tell you something new - but this one is sooo beautiful! I imagine it hanging on a front porch, swinging lightly in a fresh breeze ;o). A wonderful combination of fabric and pattern.

Huisvlyt said...

I love this one...Makes me think of Hot Chocolate, or how about just chocolate...YUM!
Elzaan

Denise in PA said...

Looks great! I love all the Fig Tree Fabrics o:) Cooper sure is a cutie!

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