Top of the morning quilty friends! Hope you each had a wonderful weekend filled full of whatever makes you giggle. I didn't get to stick to my weekend plan of quilting on the frame. As soon as I touched my quilting machine ...she broke. Oh well what can you do but whine to Mr. Podunk, ask him to fix it and move on. This was the perfect opportunity to work on a UFO. There's plenty to choose from in various stages of completion. But the one below caught my eye.
A cute little stack of 50 or more mini dresdens.
If you've been hanging around my blog for awhile you probably remember my Daisy quilt. Not sure why this one became a UFO because I LOVE IT. It might have been the applique. Due to the little dresdens being randomly placed on the quilt top over seams it's a little bit of a pain to machine stitch them to the quilt. It was a even trickier to glue baste them in place as the quilt hung on the wall.
All basted and ready to stitch.
Awe now look at that, so springy and cute. Why did I ever stop working on this?
~ Lea Anne ~
I love this quilt! I believe it was why I started following your blog. Glad to see it's out of the UFO box.ReplyDelete
This is so cute! It certainly deserves a finish with Spring around the corner.ReplyDelete
This quilt is so fun! Fantastic design. You are so creative!ReplyDelete
WOW! This quilt is beautiful...just screams SPRING!!ReplyDelete
it looks lovely trouble is we get distracted by so many other quilts etc that we feel we must make NOW. Hope DH has fixed the machineReplyDelete
This is just beautiful! Is there a pattern for this quilt?ReplyDelete
I love your work and play with color and basic shapes. So much fun to see. So inspiring.ReplyDelete
I am so glad you started working on it again, yes it is the most adorable spring quilt out there!!ReplyDelete
love it so cheerful!!!ReplyDelete
WOW I love that!ReplyDelete
Love!! Perfect for spring!ReplyDelete
LOVE this quilt! It is so spring like...what a beauty!ReplyDelete
OH YES! I've been waiting to see what you were going to do with these sweet daisy blocks. I LOVE this quilt! You have mad skills!ReplyDelete
I love the fabrics and the circle shapes! Your piecing is always beautiful! I love how this makes me feel.... giddy!
God bless you and your mama.
I would buy this pattern if you plan to sell it!
such a beautiful quilt. I'm glad you picked it up and started working on it again. That way we got to see it as well.ReplyDelete
The little dresdens are so cute. Can't wait to see it finished. Just in time for spring.ReplyDelete
It will be a finish in no time! I always love your quilts and this one is no exception. Those mini Dresden flowers are just adorable. Have fun finishing this one....I hope Mr. Podunk gets your quilting machine fixed fast!! Thanks for sharing on MCM. :)ReplyDelete
What a bum deal about the machine. I hope it gets restored to good health. Those mini Dresdens are adorable, and the top is even more so. I can understand why appliquéing them would be a beast, but it's going to be worth it.ReplyDelete
This seriously looks like a lot of work. It is very pretty indeed.ReplyDelete
Love this!! I guess the machine "knew" your attention was needed elsewhere!!ReplyDelete
This is so pretty and makes me wish spring was here right now!ReplyDelete
Cute, CUTE Daisy quilt!!!!!ReplyDelete
Cute, CUTE Daisy quilt!!!!!ReplyDelete
Your daisies are wonderful, so bright and summery spring like.ReplyDelete
I've taken on the 365/366 circle challenge but now I see dresdens calling my name...but I think I'd best ignore them and admire yours!
THAT is the most WONDERFUL top I have seen in a LONG time ! Stunning !ReplyDelete
Why indeed? That is a really cute quilt top, and so springy!ReplyDelete
That is a stunning quilt in the making. Who know why we put one project down and work on something else. Do we just forget or what.ReplyDelete
Hi Lea Anne! I love love this! So beautiful and the dresden flowers are adorable! Also your colours with lot of white are perfect! x TejeReplyDelete
Those Dresden daisies are such a great project to be working on at this time of year. So springy! Glad to see you are finishing this one up!ReplyDelete
So Sweet and happy! Looking forward to see this beauty all stitched up and quilted.ReplyDelete
Love, love this. So bright and happy.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, fresh and bright, just right for spring!ReplyDelete
This is a gorgeous quilt - a breath of fresh air for spring.ReplyDelete
This is lovely - you must be very happy to be working on it again. The top picture of all the dresdens is just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Delightful daisies! What a wonderful UFO ... soon to be finished :)ReplyDelete
Why did you stop? (I do the same thing...we stop because life interrupts us...) It's so adorable!!! Can't wait to see the finished product!!ReplyDelete
Oh how lovely! It's gorgeous! :)ReplyDelete
I absolutely love this quilt! I think I might have overdosed on Dresden plates as a child or something because they don't speak to me very often. But this is so fresh and is the shot of Spring that is needed about now. Thanks for sharing it with us.ReplyDelete
Oh, I love the daisies quilt. What a creative use of the Dresden design. Such a bright and cheerful quilt :)ReplyDelete
Whatever reason made you put it aside -- it is a refreshing harbinger of spring. This is too darn cute. Thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
I agree with everyone here. It's delightful sewing, and makes me think spring is on its way. Thanks for the revival!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful and cheerful quilt!! I love the bright colors against the white background!ReplyDelete
It's such a happy quilt and this is the perfect time of year to finish it!ReplyDelete
Spring has sprung! And what a joyous spring it is. Those are the cutest little Dresdens.ReplyDelete
What a happy quilt. I really like the layout. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!ReplyDelete
Why indeed - glad you are getting back into it though. Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesday!ReplyDelete
It's a beautiful quilt, perfect for this time of year!ReplyDelete
I adore this quilt!!!ReplyDelete
I would really, really LOVE to do this pattern. Will you be doing a tutorial or pattern?ReplyDelete
All of your hard work is paying off with a beautiful spring quilt. Thank you for sharing it with us.ReplyDelete
So Springy! I was drawn to your quilt because the colors are so beautiful. Great job!ReplyDelete
This quilt is adorable. I see you have lots of posts asking for a tut or pattern on Etsy. This little old lady would love to make this quilt.ReplyDelete
Please consider sharing your talent.
I'll put it on the list of patterns to write. Thank you for reminding me of this one. It's still needs to be quilted!Delete
Thank you so much,you made my day!Delete
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