Friday, April 13, 2012

Can I Get a Whoop-Whoop?? A Whirly Garden....

Hi, all!


It's Friday, and time to get your whoop whoop on!!!  Are you ready?  Well, even if you're not ready yet, you have until Sunday night to link up!!  Here's what I've been working on this week...




It's not completely finished - just a flimsy right now - but I had so much fun piecing this top!  The pattern is a soon-to-be-released Kate Conklin design called Whirly Garden.  Kate asked me to join a group of fellow quilters in proofing her pattern, and said it was ok to use it to make this quilt even though it hasn't been released yet.  I needed a quilt for a 12-year old girl with a rare disease called EBA, and I think this will fit her just perfectly!  Watch for the pattern to come out - it's awesome!!


So now it's your turn!!

What have you been working on this week?

It doesn't have to be a finish - 

Just something you're happy about!!

Share, so we can "whoop" you on!

Hugs!

Sarah

25 comments:

  1. BEAUTIFUL!!!! I love the colors! so happy :)

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  2. THis is a wonderful girl quilt. Love the border treatment - really adds to the whole element of it.

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  3. What a happy quilt! Kate has some great patterns:)

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  4. Whoop Whoop on you, Sarah! Cute pattern, love the border :-)

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  5. Such a sweet pattern, and you've used absolutely beautiful fun colours!

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  6. The 'Whirly Garden' quilt is gorgeous ...luv the border. Perfect quilt for the 12 year old girl, it will make her heart sing. I made an oops in the linky link up. Sarah will you please delete #15. An error came up when I posted #14 so I did it over again and they both appeared...sorry. Have a great weekend!!!

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  7. Looks like a little girl quilt. I know it will put a smile on her face. Really like that pattern, I'll have to watch for it to come out. It would be perfect for a quilt that I have been asked to make.

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  8. Love the colors--they are sure to brighten her days. The border adds so much! It will be a lovely quilt!

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  9. Such a cute little girl quilt. I know it will put a smile on her face. I really like that pattern, I'll have to watch for it to come out. Would be a great pattern for a quilt that I have been ask to make.

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  10. Such a cute little girl quilt. I know it will put a smile on her face. I really like that pattern, I'll have to watch for it to come out. Would be a great pattern for a quilt that I have been ask to make.

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  11. Love your springy rendetion of Kate's design.

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  12. That pattern looks like a great one and one to watch for, for sure! Your rendition is colorful and perfect for a sweet little girl.

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  13. I love your quilts. I make I Spy Quilts. I just started a blog come on over and join me. www.sewcraftykathy.blogspot.com

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  14. Wow, so beautiful. Great colors and fun blocks ..
    My favorite today :-)

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  15. That looks so fun and I really like the outside row all the way around. That looks complicated. Your colors are fabulous!

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  16. I love the Whirly Garden quilt, especially the border!

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  17. I love the border. Thanks for hosting the link up. Looks like a great group of blogs to visit.

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  18. Awesome whirlygig quilt! My linkup looks like a "one of these things are not like the other"! I just haven't finished any quilt projects lately!

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  19. Your Whirly Quilt is so cheerful! Love the colors.

    Happy quilting!

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  20. That is such a fun and beautiful quilt, Sarah! I love the pattern and the fabric you used.

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  21. What a cute pattern! I especially love the pieced border!

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