Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Picnics and Such

I had a chance to 
finish up this quilt...
I had all the blocks done... a few months ago but it got set aside!

It's a pattern called Picnic Petals by Whole Cloth Quilts.
I just loved making this Flowering Snowball styled quilt.
I can see doing it again... king size!

Another picnic quilt... 

Here is another quilt top I finished using Little Ruby
called Vintage Baskets. The pattern is by Cotton Way (Bonnie)

This fabric is a collection of the sweetest little prints that
Bonnie and Camille could come up with yet!
I already want more Little Ruby... before it's all gone!

I actually have a little finishing up to do.
on the cherries... and then decide on a border. 
I was thinking of a print from the Bonnie and Camille group Vintage Picnic
Any ideas???

Here is my Fig Tree Frivols quilt that I finished up...

I love Strawberry Fields Revisited just as much as I did the first 
edition of Strawberry Fields!

I also want to say that I am miffed about losing my photo editor. 
I have always used Piccasa but now that is gone... and please tell me that I am jusy
 left with
Google Photo!

What do you use?
Please lead me to a good program that is user friendly!
I need help!

This is a group that I recently cut into... a Holiday line by Kate Spain.

It has really unusual prints/colors in this group...
but that makes it fun.

I will be returning to this one... but I wanted to dive into a summer
project right now.

I am using Farmhouse fabric to make Summerville!


Image of Summerville pattern- PDF pattern 192

I took one last photo of this quilt. Chicken Feed
using Thimble Blossoms fabrics.

I gave it away last weekend along with another quilt...
birthday quilts for a couple of women .in my extended family.

I can't keep them all can I?


carol fun said...

Oh my ...each one is more beautiful than the next!!! As for photo editors have you tried picmonkey ? I just use the free version...there are more deluxe features but I haven't played with them. I love all the quilts you've shown and yes you can keep all of them! happy stitching-

Hildy said...

Yes, you can't keep them all. But on the other hand giving quilts away is great too because people enjoy getting them.
Love all your quilts! I love the print with the big flowers from Vintage Picnic and think it'll look great on your quilt (55125) perhaps in red.

Malen said...

Preciosos Quilts.Saludos.

Dorian said...

What gorgeous quilts! you have been busy for sure :) I have used Photoscape for years, it's a great program.

Needled Mom said... can keep them all. How would you choose which beauties to keep and which to go??????

Jeanna said...

So much eye candy in this post. I love them all!

I have used PicMonkey and Photoshop Elements...but I take horrible pictures so nothing helps :)

Cathy said...

Lots of eye candy today. I love all your quilts. I use fotor for my photos. Hugs

QuiltSue said...

I didn't know Picassa had disappeared, but i often use PicMonkey anyway. You've shown some lovely quilts today, especially the first one.

paulette said...

Gorgeous...ALL of them!! WOW! Thanks for the eye candy!

Kris said...

Get outta town!! How do you do it? And work full time too???
xo Kris

Patty D from NC said...

Beautiful quilts! Congrats on all the beauty. (And you can keep using picassa, google just isn't going to support it anymore. So as long as it keeps working for you - go for it!)