Saturday, August 2, 2014

Sea Breeze Mini Quilt-Along Reveal

This is my version of the Sea Breeze Mini Quilt (pattern by Canoe Ridge Creations), with the quilt-along organized by Angie of Gnome Angel.More details here.

I started this in Minnesota and finished it at the airport in Seattle.
They have high-backed rocking chairs in their open and sunny central terminal!

And back home...

Our grandchildren love this white rocking chair. But I think it makes a great photo prop.

This was a fun project. Thanks, Angie, for organizing it! You can read a little interview she did here, with answers to some fun questions. I hope you will check out all the other versions of this sweet mini.


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Archie The Wonder Dog said... #

It's lovely!

Susan said... #

Your version is great! The pastels against the black make it a little Amish...

Mary on Lake Pulaski said... #

Very nice Cindy! I was very lucky to see it in person during construction!

Terri said... #

Cool finish! Love how it turned out. I'm impressed with how fast you put it together.

Vicki said... #

Is that the new Oakshott? Absolutely beautiful. I'm really liking all the minis that I'm seeing.

Needled Mom said... #

It looks terrific. That backing is so much fun.

Anne / Springleaf Studios said... #

Very sweet little quilt Cindy.

Unknown said... #

Beautiful - sweet with just enough drama!

Katy Cameron said... #

Love the contrast of the Oakshotts with the black, and the zipper bag in the last post was very cute :o)

Quilting Stories said... #

Very beautiful little Amish quilt! I love your last picture!

Clair said... #

Nice work. It does remind me some of the Amish quilts. Working with solids does feel different than using so many patterned fabrics.

OPQuilt said... #

I love this little quilt, Cindy--so terrific! I love the white chair for a backdrop, but who can beat that photo of the quilt near the airplane? Wowsers!


Laura said... #

Very coolCindy :)