Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Beachside Bungalow #2

This is one of the quickest strip quilt patterns I have ever made and yet it has a complex look.


Just for the sake of comparison...the purple version...


Corinne and Cécile think I should be make a third one for some gifting...which would really mean making a third and fourth one! I certainly have enough fabric in my stash to do that!

So this is how a quilter copes with being alone for almost a month...she makes two quilt tops. Hubby gets home tomorrow so quilt production will drop...that's a good thing.

9 comments:

CecileD said...

I was kidding !! Of course...no !
So I let a comment a few hours ago and ...I have to do it again ! Wow !!
Debbie, you are working as the speed oh light !! :)))
But your quilt is awesome ! Bravo !!

Ramona said...

I don't know which color combo I like better. They are both gorgeous!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

that sure is a pretty pattern

Kathryn Sullivan said...

Two gorgeous quilts! Great to hear it's an easy pattern because, you're right, it looks complicated. I know you talked abt the pattern before but could you tell us again? Was it from a book? I'm having brain freeze here in Boston!

Kate

Cocopatch said...

great!! you are kind!!!you can make it mini! your sewing machine need a calm time!

Suz J said...

The old saying "make hay while the sun shines" comes to mind. Great design, and doesn't it look different with the alternate colourways!

carol fun said...

Both of these are beautiful! I have this book and have contemplated doing this one. I like your fabric choices a lot. Need to look at my batik stash. Happy stitching!

Donna quilts said...

The new Tidal Pools is beautiful too! Now I don't know which one I like better!

LynCC said...

It's so pretty, too - terrific choice for the surrounding fabric. I couldn't believe how fast you said the center came together!