Tuesday, January 11, 2011

NEW QUILT DESIGN

Most of you know that a few months ago my sister Jeanette of Inchworm Fabrics got a new logo for her blog. I loved this logo sooo much....


That I set about making a quilt...and this is what I came up with. Once again, no backing fabric...for once I have batting and no backing fabrics,what is up with that????

Now before some of you comment on how much I am doing, I had the top made in Samoa...I just got busy traveling and packing that I didn't have time to do the borders...... I decided to go simple with the borders and hope it is not too busy.



Notice my new signature? Naomi from Nome's brag-a-long did a post on signatures and I so loved hers and commented that hers was so much better than my kindergarden signature...before I knew it, she had sent me a signature.... I just love it...now I just need to get my signature heart on there.

I always would leave my son David a note if I was leaving before he got up and always sign my notes with love mom and then the heart with eyes and mouth. One day he left me a note, signed David and a heart...I chuckled to myself and cherish that note, I probably still have it.

27 comments:

  1. Oh Barb that is fantastic~ You are so creative. I'm going now to check out that link about signatures.

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  2. Love your cute "Inchworm" quilt. I bet your sister will too.

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  3. That little quilt is sooo darling, Barb! You are so creative. And your signature is fantastic...gonna have to go over to Naomi's and find that post...and yes, you definitely need to add your little signature heart!

    XOXO,

    Cyndi

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  4. That quilt is so cute! Love you new signature too! :0)

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  5. I love the little heart story and the quilt top is adorable...love your imagination!

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  6. I like the borders as you have them. Very cute quilt!

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  7. I love it! It's completely darling!

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  8. This is just too cute! I love it and love your signature too. The story is great too. Now, get out and go get some backing fabric! Are you still cold or did you turn your heater up????

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  9. That is adorable! Are you going to sell the pattern? That would make an adorable baby quilt. I will be checking out the signature.

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  10. Oh, so cute! I love the inch worm quilt! This has baby quilt written all over it. Happy quilting!

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  11. That worm is so cute, Barb. Did you make this for your sister or are you keeping it?

    I like the signature too. I'll check out the post on how to make them. Thanks :)

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  12. Your new signature and inchworm quilt are just adorable. It looks perfect to me.

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  13. Very cute quilt! And I have that green fabric you used for the outer border. It rocks!

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  14. Barb, you are amazing!! It is sooo cute!!!

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  15. Love the new quilt--love that "cool" inch worm--
    and thanks for the link to the signatures--that was one of my to do things for this year--get tired of typing it in all the time--
    I think I have it right--it's on todays post!!
    Hugs, Di

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  16. Barb.that is so cute. I love it. You did a fantastic job!

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  17. Oh I love your inchworm quilt. It is just darling!

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  18. What an adorable quilt!! I assume it's for your sister??

    Like the new signature as well!!

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  19. That little quilt is really really cute!!

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  20. I do love Jeannette's new logo, very much. But this quilt is spectacular. Barb...it is a wonderful quilt design, but also is an inspirational design that I think could, and should, be turned into a children's book. You and Jeannette really need to collaborate. This cute little worm has a story to tell.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  21. I just love the quilt, it is fantastic.

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  22. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Jeanette's little worm!! And your quilt is amazing!!

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  23. Jeanette's worm is adorable, as is the little quilt you made from it :0)

    Crispy

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  24. Look at all Your cool buttons there on the left.......how do we have time to sew when we have so many friends to visit?

    the inch worm is too cute.

    Happy Sewing

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  25. Fabulous inch worm....really cute and your quilt...wow...

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  26. Busy catching up on blogs today lol.

    I love your Inchworm quilt. When I think of colors I enjoy, those are it. They remind me of kids and summer and all things happy.

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