Monday, November 7, 2011

Salt Air

Do you remember the tsunami I had in my sewing room recently?  Well here are the results beautifully displayed in Moda's booth.   Don't you just love the old sewing machine and Julie's little mermaid?
Salt Air by Cosmo Cricket
It was a ton of work to get these done. In fact, two of them were cut out, pieced, sandwiched, basted, quilted, and bond all in a matter of four days. My machine was smokin'!   

Here is each one individually:
Beach Balls and Umbrellas


Clam shells

and Ripple

It was so fun working with Julie's new Salt Air line.  Watch for it in shops this spring.

11 comments:

  1. That is smokin'!!!!!!! Great finishes and it looks like a really fun line of fabric.

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  2. That is quite the accomplishment in just a few days! Great quilts that would also be useful in using up scraps.

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  3. I can't wait for this line - from what I've seen of it, it's a must-have for our house!!! Your quilts are gorgeous....

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  4. Wow what an accomplishment in such a short time. They look great!

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  5. Love those quilts and love that fabric line!

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  6. Wow! Smokin' indeed!! Awesome Em! Wonderful quilts!

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  7. Woo-hoo for you! The quilts look great.

    ps--Did you get the package of goodies dropped off at your house last Friday?

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  8. love the name and pattern on beach balls and umbralles.... great!

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  9. These are gorgeous!!! I'm giving away 4 fat quarters of Salt Air on my blog! You should all come and check it out!!!

    Arianescrafts.blogspot.com

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  10. Fun quilts. Perfect names and designs for the fabric line.

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  11. I love the fabric and the colors...and I am in awe of ripple...it has to be hard to sew....and keep pieces in right place....lol....for me? My fave if I were to make one ...would be clam shell.

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