Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Marmalade

The Oranges Lemons and Limes quilt is finished.

Finished quilt measures: 40.5 inches x 40.5 inches

The quilting is done.


The binding is on. It is a really lovely red/orange check fabric from the fabric range "Paper Dolls" by Windham Fabrics.


And a view of the back - pieced of course, with fabrics to compliment the front.


Now for sale in my Etsy Store. Feel free to email me if you have any questions.

You can find this quilt for sale in my Etsy Store. SOLD

I hope that you have enjoyed the parade of citrus colored fabrics being turned into a quilt this week. What's next?

50 comments:

  1. Wow! I love this. What a great quilt to make in the summer. Your quilts are amazing!

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  2. Love your quilt and the name perfectly describes it. Nice job!

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  3. It looks wonderful, all those citrus colours. The backing and binding are fabulous too.

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  5. This quilt is divine. I love the binding too. I didn't know it came in that colour. I had some in blue and green and just loved it!

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  6. Great Colors - so refreshing! Question: what is the name of the fabric with the light green background and white daisies with yellow centers? I know I have seen it before but can't name it - any help would be great!

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  7. You are amazing. Love followering your blog

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  8. Such an appropriate name! The colours are big, bold and beautiful, this cot is sure to make ANY screaming baby smile!

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  9. OMG! It looks good enough to eat! Such a happy quilt - absolutely amazing.

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  10. lovely quilt..love the binding...
    cheers

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  11. LOVE IT.!!!....Great Binding too.
    cheers

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  12. This quilt is so very bright and cheery. I love it.

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  13. That came out beautifully! I love that last pic of the green with white dots!

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  14. Beeeeaautiful! And let's see...now that you've done citrus, berries must be next?

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  15. This is beautiful. I am in awe of how much you achieve!

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  16. Orange is not my favorite color, but I absolutely love it in this quilt!

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  17. Such a beautiful fresh quilt, I love it!

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  18. I love the colors on this! You and your quilts are so inspiring! Thanks :)

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  19. What a beautiful quilt! I love the colors:)

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  20. This quilt is great.
    Lovely colors, and great layout.

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  21. Wow! It is so nice and sunny! Looks like summer for me :)

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  22. What's next? More quilty goodness I'm sure!!

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  23. I love the binding you chose, I think I'm going to have to go and get me some!!!
    What is the big green dot on the backing? It's gorgeous.

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  24. Oh yes Rita, you have inspired me to keep thinking of how I'm going to make a quilt with these colours...thank you. And your binding doesn't disappoint (as if it ever would)!!!....perfect! xo

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  25. Oh yes, and I love the name you have chosen for it too...yummy xo

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  26. I love the colors you chose, and that is saying a lot because I don't gravitate towards summery colors. You've inspired me to recently purchase some oranges to add to my stash

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  27. I love it!!! And what a perfect name for the quilt as well!

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  28. Love the colors in this quilt! So bright and happy! Would you mind telling the name of the red scroll-y on white fabric in the 3rd and bottom row? Thank so much!

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  29. as always this is gorgeous...i love the colors!

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  30. Thank you for all these really lovely comments, they are always very much appreciated and I read them time and time again!

    Here some answers to Questions asked:

    To Craftnosis - the fabric that I think you are referring to is from the Flea Market Fancy range by Denyse Schmidt and is called Bouquet in green.

    Mimi - the fabric that I think you are asking about is from the Pretty Please range by Jennifer Paganelli as in this link: http://www.fabritopia.com/jennifer-paganelli-pretty-please-fabric-jp22-sally-oran22.html

    What's next? I am have fun playing with the scraps in my overflowing scrap bin!

    Rita

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  31. I love the binding. But the color is not that much good.


    RITA PIT

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  32. Beautiful! I am amazed at your quilting. HOW you are able to get the stitching so flat without puckers? It's wonderful!!

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  33. This is beautiful!! I love all the colors you chose together!

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  34. I like your quilt and the perfectly describe your hard work.

    RITA

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  35. It's so very, very cute and simple! Love it!

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  36. You are the Quilting Queen....I love this quilt...the colors are fabulous.

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  37. Nerdy-Person-Question:

    Do you eyeball all your fabric color proportion? OR do you commit to certain proportions per project? This may be completely over-analyzing.... :) Thanks!

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