Sunday, March 2, 2008

The pink quilt

When I saw this quilt (scroll down to the October 21, 2007 post) Manda made for her daughter over at Tree Fall Design, it reminded me of the quilt my mom made for me when I was little. Mine was made with lighter pink fabrics and lots of frills, but the over the top girlyness was just the same. With Christmas around the corner, I decided to make one for Asha. I pretty much copied everything Amanda did, except I didn't have quite the variety of liberty fabrics (at $35/yard, it is a little hard). My mom helped me piece the top when she was here for Quinn's birth. She also paid for the long-arm quilting as a Christmas gift to me. I finished the binding with little time to spare before Christmas.
Asha loves the quilt. She has thanked me many, many times. I see the same twinkle in her eyes as I had in mine thirty years ago when I was wrapped in pink.

Fabric used:
Anna griffin-Evelyn collection-Pink Paisley (right-bottom corner in the first pic)
Moda Uptown-Daisy Days, Red/Cream (orange fabric used for the back)
Amy Butler-Lotus Collection- Full Moon Dot, Cherry (binding)
Free Spirit-Follow Your Imagination-Big Starburst, Pink/Melon (orange circles and pink sunbursts)
Liberty of London-Tana Lawn collection-Kinnear, Pink (shown next to Asha's right arm)
Heather Ross-West Hill collection, Flower Stripe White (shown next to Asha's right shoulder)
Amy Butler-Belle collection-Coriander, Pink (shown on the bottom right corner of the last pic)
Moda-Seaside Rose-woven pink (pale pink gingham)
Robin Pandolph-Wild Rose Farm collection-pink paisley (paisley with roses)


twoplustwins said...

They are all so beautiful, you are very talented! I am so glad you started this blog and I can't wait to see your other projects!
Love, Kim

Allison said...

Marie, Thanks for sending me your site. Your quilts are gorgeous! I can't wait to see more!

Marie' Campbell said...

Thank you for stopping by. I can't wait to see your creation, too!

Thank you. I can't wait to sew with you again some day.