Wonderland Finished Quilt


Posted on May 4th, by Amy in finished quilt. 40 comments

Basic Ease

I love polka dot bindings and could not resist this shot – or a couple of others over in my flickr. I took pictures of the entire quilt but realized that on the computer it looks the same as the unquilted picture – so I took some close ups! Loop-de-loop quilting adds to the whimsy of the fabrics – at least I think so :)

Basic Ease

For the back I chose the patchwork print, in jam. It has lots of teal and green, along with mulberry, yellow, brown, red and the mauvey pink of course!

Basic Ease

And because Owen was patient while I took pictures this afternoon – he got in with the quilt too! My kids love seeing themselves in the window after I have taken their picture :)

Basic Ease with Owen

While stitching down the binding this morning I was brainstorming up a use for the scraps – I have a bag in progress. Hopefully tomorrow I can share it with you :)

Are any of you Utah locals planning to go to the HMQS Show this weekend?? I have Joe committed to Saturday afternoon, and I won a ticket from Barbara at Quilt Soup! I will have fun on my own, but thought I would see if anyone wants to meet up. Leave me a comment or email me from my profile :)

Hope you are having a great evening.
Blessings~
Amy





40 thoughts on “Wonderland Finished Quilt

  1. Looks beautiful! I’m actually working on a Wonderland quilt myself. Hopefully it will turn out as nice as yours.

  2. It looks so pretty!! I love the binding! And the quilting! Probably a rookie question, but how do you do your quilting?

  3. oh it looks so lovely!!
    did you take any of the whole thing?? i would love to see it like that
    i love momos wonderland!! and i think the quilting is whimsical

  4. Absolutely wonderful! i love all the different polka dots! :) And what a cute helper. ;)

    I’ll be going to the show on Thursday… but if it’s so great that I need to add another day, I’ll let you know! :)

  5. This is a great fun quilt. My favorite bindings are from plaids or stripes (cut on the bias) or polka dots. They’re distinctive and interesting.

  6. Absolutely love the Wonderland quilt. I have some that I have to make decision what to make and I just can’t yet.

  7. Oh my gosh that is adorable! I love the polka dot binding too.

    I wish I were going to be in Utah, I would totally meet up with you.

  8. Love that Wonderland!

    Thanks for posting about that Quilt Show … I think I will try to go to it! How can I pass up “sizzling hot deals” in the Friday Night shopping frenzy!!?? ;)

  9. Turned out so cute. Love that polk-a-dot binding. If I didn’t have to work (at a quilt store) Sat I would find a way to come. But my family will spare me for my quilt-fetish for only so long on a Saturday. Have fun!

  10. The binding looks fab. I love to see a quilt-top once it’s been quilted. Your little boy looks a cutie.

  11. Love it! That fabric is so different, I love the whimsy-ness of it (is that a word?) And Owen, well, you know my thoughts on him…. ;-)

    Polka dot and stripes for bindings are my favourite looks.

  12. This is sooooo great!! I have resisted buying any of that fabric line cause I just don’t need any more fabric. But this quilt is making me rethink that!

  13. Love this quilt! It’s really beautiful, Amy! Love the fabrics you used and the pretty binding and the loop-d-loop quilting is fantastic!! I’m sure this quilt will be deeply loved and enjoyed!

  14. Your quilt is gorgeous! I need to learn how to do the loop d loop you mentioned. The colors of the fabric are so fun and vibrant!

  15. Bright and happy and fabulous! I love the loopy quilting– it works so nicely. You make me want to finish something! :)

  16. Looks gorgeous.
    I’ve got a Wonderland jelly roll and 2 charm packs just waiting to be cut into.
    Can’t wait!!
    Andi :-)

  17. Great color combos, nice and bright and cheery and I absolutely love the polka dot binding! Very inspiring.

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