Friday, March 30, 2018

Can I Get A Whoop Whoop? Triangles for Baby!

Hi, all!

Another week has flown by, and it's Friday again - and that means it's time to get our whoop whoop on!  Are you ready?  I actually was ready early this week - a miracle, I know - so let's get started!!

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Here is my newest quilt, a simple triangle quilt made using the colors in the curtains of my great-niece's future bedroom!  I'm really thankful for that little color strip on the selvage of fabric and my Kona color chart....


I used the leftovers from the front to piece a scrappy back...


...and it shows off the diamond straight-line quilting really well! It's hard to see, but I used a variegated purple and green thread for both top and bobbin.  I love it when I have the perfect match in the stash! 


And here's one last shot of it, just for fun!  Most of my pictures were horizontal - it was very windy - but this one just shows a gentle breeze!

And it's done before the baby is born!  Hooray!!

So - - - can I get a whoop whoop?

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And now it's your turn!

What's making you whoop it up this week?

What's got you dancing a little happy dance?

Share!  We want to dance right along with you - 

And it's always more fun to dance with friends!

The party will stay open until Sunday midnight.

Hope to see you there!

Hugs!

Sarah

21 comments:

  1. Love the colors with this pattern - very soft. Great use of the left overs on the back.

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  2. I love it. A triangle quilt is on my to do list!

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  3. Question for you, Sarah. What is your favorite batting to use in a baby quilt? And it is quite lovely, by the way, wind and all!

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  4. The quilt looks great. And that bunny graphic makes me giggle!

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  5. i love it! ��❤️. do you use accuquilt dies for cutting or rulers?

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  6. What a sweet quilt. I love the colors.

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  7. Your triangle quilt is so nice. The straight line quilting was a perfect choice. She'll love it. I think the windy shots help show the texture of the quilting and adds interest, too. No need to apologize. Let us think you staged it that way.

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  8. Love your triangle quilt. Makes me want to pull out my solids and play.

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  9. beautiful spring colors in your triangle quilt! :)

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  10. I ♥ your triangle quilt with the matching backing!

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  11. That quilt reminds me of Necco wafers, but only the good flavors! And the pole dancing bunny GIF cracked me up!! :D

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  12. That is so simple and fresh! I'd have a hard time parting with it for a gift, lol.

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  13. It's beautiful. The colours are wonderful. I, too, had difficulty getting photos in the wind.

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  14. Really like that triangle quilt, and the rabbit pole dancer - made me smile, big time! Happy Easter!

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  15. Great triangle quilt, love the colour you used.

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  16. Excellent finish on the triangle quilt! It's a beautiful quilt.

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  17. It will look great with her curtains. I also really like the scrappy back.

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  18. That quilt is going to look so good with the matching curtains. Your great-niece will love it. By the way, how do you get the wind to blow just right for your photos? lol

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  19. The colors in this are so nice. :) I'm still in the acquisition phase of my longarm thread stash, so unless I need a pretty standard neutral, I don't get lucky very often yet. The thread you had sounds perfect. :)

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  20. That's great! I may have to try that for a baby soon.

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