Bright Little Pears

By: Jill Finger

Jun 30 2015

Category: Uncategorized

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liliesI frequently make quilts (especially wall hangings) just because I like the pattern or because I want to try a new technique.  The pear quilt, in a bed size version, was  on display at the Country Living Fair last year.  The pattern and the fabrics it was made from appealed to me, so I bought the pattern, intending to hunt for similar fabrics.  Fast forward one year and the Connecting Threads catalog has the pattern, but in small, wall hanging size, as a kit, for a very reasonable price.  One week later, I was working on it and I finished the binding this week.  Unfortunately, I made a mistake in the checker board border, that I didn’t notice until after it was partially quilted. Being it took me so long to notice it, I hope no one else ever notices (except for Bonnie, who spotted it right away) so I didn’t correct it. (It would have been a major PITA to fix)  Bonnie has it now, in all it’s imperfection.  It is a happy little wall hanging anyway. 

The lily picture is a group I pass on my morning walk.  They are just gorgeous and smell good enough to eat. raindrop decorations

And, with it raining again yesterday, of course, there had to be a rain drop picture.  When the sun comes out, I’ll be sunk for blog pics.

One comment on “Bright Little Pears”

  1. I LOVE IT! Thank you! 💖

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