Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Farm Girl Quilt

Hi friends!
I pinned on another row of blocks on the bottom of my vintage farm quilt.
Now I only need a border, but I can't find anything I want to put on it.
I have plenty of the green left so thinking of just using it . It's hard to find some thing that can stand up to all these  colorful blocks.
I dumped some more fabric in my quest to clean up my book cases and pilled up smaller pieces to be cut up. I cut them tumbler sized and three inch squares and two inch squares.
I won a 100 block magazines from Belinda  from  blue ribbins designs. A great magazine of different block made by the experts. I always enjoy this magazine.
Have a good one


Jeanna said...

I am so jealous!!! You already have your Farm Girl blocks put into a top. Great job, Barbara!

Julierose said...

Oh this is gorgeous Barbara!! Borders are always hard I think, especially if there are a lot of colors going on in a quilt. I have trouble with them as i make a ton of scrappy things...This is really good work hugs, Julierose said...

I love that green. Congratulations for the win. I need to work on my farmgirl blocks.

Rosa said...

Fabulous top and congratulations for being a winner and sure more to come.

Can´t wait to see your borders.Happy sewing!

Ioleen said...

That green is stunning!!! Congrats on the win, I just purchased the magazine about an hour ago.

Needled Mom said...

Those blocks look great together.

margaret said...

quilt looks great think the green will work really well as a border. Lots of scraps cut up ready for your next make.

sewyouquilt2 said...

your farm quilt came together fast with the larger blocks. mine will take a bit but thats ok. congrats on your win!