Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Rrribbet by Barb Tourtillote

Remember me posting about this fabric over at Inchworm Fabrics

I told you how much I so loved it.....





So I got to thinking (we all know how dangerous that is)....and

kept thinking (ya smelling the smoke yet)?

and soooooooooooooo I


took pictures of this....



and this....



and this.....



and this......



and came up with this.....




I need to stitch around the fishing poles, fix the string. I wish I had put the brown in the center square and where I had two frogs fishing, I wish I had put them on the other side so the end frog's pole could go over to the other square. But oh well....I think it turned out pretty cute....even if I say so myself.


I was going to quilt this tomorrow but....it is THIMBLEBERRIES DAY!!!! I think I might make it to this one...anyone else joining us?






33 comments:

  1. Oh Barb, that is just perfectly cute and delightful. You come up with the best ideas! Have fun with the Thimbleberries!

    XOXO,

    Cyndi

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  2. I wanted to be the first to comment. I love the quilt is is awesome. You come up with the best ideas. I love the fabric;)

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  3. What a terrific froggy quilt. It is very unique. You did great.

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  4. It is very cute Barb. Love little froggies.

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  5. That's a brilliant idea! No more searching for applique designs..just look at the fabric! By the way, the fabric is too cute. I don't think I would have the heart to cut into it!

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  6. you rock Barb! love the froggies!

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  7. Cute quilt Barb, looks perfect just the way it is.

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  8. Very cute fabric. Makes me think of a Chinese proverb about a man fishing. Hmm. Going to have to check with my friends in China to see if they'll refresh my memory. Great story/proverb {more than teach a man to fish}.
    Love your froggy quilt. Still amazed how much you can accomplish in a day. When are you going to start sharing your organizational tips ? Or admit there are multiple Barbs?

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  9. Hello Barb, love your froggie quilt.....Hugs Lyn

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  10. Barb, you make the cutest quilts and your creativity is so unique. I love it!

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  11. You're so good! That's adorable! :0)

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  12. Can see why you like it so much!

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  13. Always fun catching up with you! I love the little froggie quilt! And... WOW! You can see a big change in the photos of your son! He does look much more confident. Enjoy your time with him :o)

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  14. Love your froggies! So cute.
    I'm joining! I'm joining! Finally I can join in. I found my Thimbleberries UFO and I'm pumped.

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  15. You KNOW I love this quilt. Clever girl to use that fabric for inspiration!

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  16. I love it! So so cute and so creative! I love using motifs.

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  17. Very cute, Barb. I still love that fabric.

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  18. That is great. I am sure some kid is gonna love that.

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  19. Very clever Barb...such a good idea...Move over Martha!
    Warm regards from sunny south Africa!
    Jennifer

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  20. What a cute quilt Barb!! On the next one you can do the design changes :0)

    Crispy

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  21. So cute, I didn't realize these were frogs until you did this. I need glasses, I thought they were ballerinas! Ha, I guess not, huh!? Too cute though, I love it...

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  22. Adorable! I'm not a big fan of real frogs but I do love stuffed froggies and froggie fabric. Sounds like your mind has been racing with quilting ideas.

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