Thursday, May 27, 2010

Modded Brown Completed!

Binding Complete!  Modded Brown is washed, dried and ready for it's new home!  Right now it's right here but it'll probably find a home with my sister soon.

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Sitting pretty in my son's room.  A front view.

Modded Brown as been a work in progress since the beginning of April.  It's been almost 2 months since the design stages of this quilt and now it could finally be called completed.  Here's a view of the full front and full back of the quilt.  Sorry about the lighting.  It's been nasty and rainy here in Northern California the last few days and I don't have a chance to get good lighting inside and not willing to get this quilt wet by going outside.  Hopefully the flash and the little bit of light coming through the window will be enough.  Most of the pictures I was able to put right next to the window for some nice shots :).

The quilt front:
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I had to take some quick shots of the floor while my two sons were inching to climb on the quilt!  Haha talk about working in harsh conditions :P.


The quilt back:

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Definitely did not show up will with the lighting.  I actually really really like the quilt back...maybe even more so than the front.  In person the color strips really shows and it looks really awesome against the brown.

Here's a few shots to show off the quilt a bit more :)

The back and front of the quilt together:
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 Another view of the beautiful back:
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Folded and ready to go:
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I really enjoyed making this quilt and I think it turned out pretty darn good :).   Definitely will be trying this design with a few more color schemes.  I hope it finds a good home soon.

I'm also sharing this completed quilt on Amy's Sew-n-Tell Fridays:


Quilt Info:
Modded (Brown)
Front: 100% Cotton Print Fabrics
Batting: Warm & Natural 100% cotton
Backing: Same solids and prints as the front
Completed Dimension: ~47"x60"
Quilting Method: Free-Motion Machine Quilting
Binding: Machine Sew to Front and Hand Sew to Back

14 comments:

Annika said...

Oh, love at first sight :) Gorgeous!

Q said...

Thanks you so much Annika.

Leslie said...

first of all i do love this quilt...but about the 12 days of Christmas...i have been eying it for so long and i just could not resist it anymore. what is it about this fabric that it is converting people to Christmas fabric? i hope that our quilts turn out as great as we hope.

tracylee said...

I love this quilt - its like the one I just submitted to the quilt festival but in browns!

P. said...

That is absolutely gorgeous. It looks so inviting and cozy and modern in an understated way. I love it, and just about everything else on your site!

Sarah Craig said...

Mmmmmmm....... very pretty, both front and back!!

pinksuedeshoe said...

Very pretty, you've got a great blog.

Gale's Goodies said...

Q, I love the way you used only four fabrics to make this. It is a very handsome quilt. I like the back as well!

Michelle said...

Gorgeous! The color scheme is TDF!

Ivory Spring said...

Definitely a beautifully boyish quilt. The back is stunning.

Lauren said...

Great job, I love the colors. You asked about the pattern for the purse on my blog, sorry the link wasn't working here it is: http://verypurpleperson.com/2010/04/making-reversible-bag.html It's very easy :)

Kim D. said...

Very pretty and a nice finish!!

Lappedamen said...

I love your color scheme. The quilt looks wonderful.

Diane said...

This is beautiful!

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