Monday, 31 January 2011

Jelly Breakfast

At the start of the holidays I decided to try and finish some of the quilt tops I started last year. This one is Jelly Breakfast designed by  Joanna Figueroa of Figtree Quilts. 

  
The fabrics are Whimsy (also by Figtree Quilts) and Figtree cream.


As it is quite big, I hung it on the clothesline to take these pictures. 


With a gentle breeze blowing, it was tricky trying to snap at just the right time!



Oliver (aka Mr Sticky Beak) was, of course, close by.




Now to find some backing fabric.




Now I'm eagerly awaiting the next installment of the Figtree Club ... this time we receive a kit in the new Buttercup fabric range.


22 comments:

  1. Very nice! How did you find the pattern? Ive got it and a mill house inn jelly roll, but havent braved it yet.

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  2. Very, very nice pattern and quilt. Is it still one jellyroll?

    greetings, Jeannet

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  3. Your quilt is just so lovely, Christine - hope you're bringing it tomorrow so I can have a closer look!

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  4. Beautiful! I used the same pattern to make a baby quilt for a newborn girl in our church! Lovely and easy pattern isn't it?

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  5. "GLOM"...what a mouth-watering top!! Perfect fabrics and execution! Great job. Tiziana...with great envy!

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  6. Oh my goodness! Your quilt turned out beautiful! I have been wanting to make that quilt too... I just love yours!!!

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  7. That's gorgeous!! You should be super proud... it's so beautiful!! How exciting to get lovely kits in the mail! :)

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  8. Oh....Wow.....Oh....Wow....Christine it is gorgeous..

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  9. WOW!! Looks wonderful! Can you believe I have the same pattern, and same fabric for this! Couldnt decided on Jelly Breakfast or Jelly & Jam HAHAHA
    x Sarah

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  10. Love your jelly breakfast hanging on the line. Makes me want a laundry line.I might just have to do something about that :-)!

    Great job,

    Joanna
    Fig Tree

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  11. Christine...
    Your quilt is beautiful and looks so yummy hanging on the line!
    It gives me spring fever and makes me miss my garden.
    Here in the USA...we will have to wait a few more months for hanging quilts out!
    xx
    Lori

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  12. Ahhh...lovely as always... Loved the look on the clothline...looked so "summerish"

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  13. Oooooh, it's a beauty! Just lovely, Christine. Can't wait to see how you finish it.

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  14. Hermoso trabajo!!! Me encantaría poder hacerlo pero no me doy cuenta cómo es el bloc.Podrías explicarlo? Un beso muy grande!!! Silvia.

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Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate your thoughts.

Christine