Triangulation

Chopsticks

My Chopsticks top is sewed, the sides have been cut and it is ready to go to the quilter's. I have been practicing my FMQ but we still are not getting along. I am still trying to convince my DH that, that would be a great thing for him to do. I decided to leave off border, because the quilt felt finished. The original pattern does not have borders either. I also tested it out on my dh (he's good for a lot of things) and it is a good lap size for him. I am linking up with Can I Get A Whoop Whoop at Confessions of a Fabric Addict and to the Virtual Sewing Room at Amylouwho.

Comments

Ariane said…
It looks wonderful!! You are on a roll!! You've finished so many quilt tops!! You are doing great!!! I need to get back on the bandwagon and finish some projects!! Do you still want to go to the fibre arts show tomorrow?
I love this layout - it's really eye catching!
Michele Pacey said…
oh ya, no need for borders. it's perfect as is!
CitricSugar said…
Lol - you'd think more men would gravitate towards free-motion quilting when it involves putting pedal to metal, punching holes at a fast pace and working without directions…. (Terrible stereotyping! Bad Carly!)

It's just gorgeous. Good call on the borders.
Jennie said…
It's a really nice finish. How did you find the pattern? I have it and I need to make it. Any pointers, or is it pretty straightforward?

Can't wait to see the finished quilt. You are right - it doesn't need a border.
Sue Daurio said…
what a great quilt! love the fabrics and agree completely, skip the borders.
M-R said…
It looks great! Love those colours!
Sarah Craig said…
Oh, I love this pattern, and your choice of colors is perfect! Whoop whoop!!
Love the colors in this. And I like the idea of talking DH into doing the quilting. Gotta try that myself. :-)
it looks great!! ...and i love your comments on skipping the borders. ;-)

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