Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Something Fishy Quilt

My Something Fishy quilt has been done for a while.... I was waiting for a good day to take pics... Then I found out we were headed for the coast soon... So I waited and took my fishy quilt with me!

Something Fishy Quilt

I didn't make the entire pattern. The pattern has flying geese for a border...

Something Fishy Quilt

Wanting to put a big dent in my WIP's.... UFO's... Projects started and never Finished... Pile... I decided to stop with just the fishies and turn it into another baby quilt....

Something Fishy Quilt

I will definitely be making this pattern again someday. It was tons of fun!

The pattern is Something Fishy from the book Cut the Scraps! by Joan Ford and published by Taunton...

36 comments:

KaHolly said...

Very, very pretty! Looks like a lot of work. The pictures are perfect! Good job.

Cille said...

Love your quilt... and the beach pictures too :) It loooks like lots of tiny pieces so I Imagine it must have been quite a project.

Debby said...

What a perfect setting for your quilt, beautiful and fun!

Jojo said...

That is a beautiful piece and especially beautiful by the water.

Kiera Vanella said...

Just beautiful! I really like that pattern and the fabrics you chose.

Toni said...

So pretty! I love the colors you used and what a perfect spot for a photo shoot!

trish @ notes of sincerity said...

Your fishy quilt is so cute Jodi! :o)
Have a great week. hugs, Trish

Ellyn said...

cute quilt & great pictures on the beach!

prsd4tim2 said...

Very cute!

randi--i have to say said...

This is a lovely quilt! Loving the colors!

Katherine said...

I love this. Something like this would be great for my parents beach place!

Pen Pen said...

Beautiful!!! Love the pics at the ocean too.

jirons42 said...

Your colors are perfect for a fish quilt. Very beachy!

Katie Fleming said...

I love this quilt! It is adorable and I love the colors.

- Katie Fleming

Needled Mom said...

It is beautiful and I love the colors.

Betty Lou said...

Cute quilt and colors, perfect background setting.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

So pretty, now get that off the sand!!

Amber said...

I love, love, love this quilt too. Beautiful colors!

Amber

Lee D said...

looks heavenly...the quilt and the coast. I will have to wait until August to see a coastline

Tracy said...

So pretty, love the colors, also love the setting by the ocean, ahhh....

Cherie said...

What a cute quilt pattern! Love the colour scheme it's very ocean like =D

Becky said...

Perfect back-drop for your quilt! I am a little envious. Really miss the beach. I would love to make one of these, only a lap-size for my son-in-law. It's really pretty.

Sherri said...

This is a great quilt...I think I might need to get this book!

sunny said...

It's beautiful! What a great photo op.

blop said...

Beautiful...but I agree...get it off that dang sand, girly!!! xo

Chenille Cottage said...

What a delightful backdrop for your Fishie Quilt!
Love this, my friend!
Blessings,
Carolynn >)))> >))> >)))>

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Susanne said...

This quilt is awesome! Love the colours you chose!
Susanne

Wendy said...

What a beautiful quilt! It must have taken hours to do all those hsts!! Well done on making a dent in the to-do pile, mine is enormous!

Anina said...

So lovely! The photos are perfect for the quilt too. :o)

Becky said...

Love it! I swear I may be 52 but I am so considering having a baby so you'll make me a quilt ;) Just kidding friend!

Perfect photo op too.

Joan Ford said...
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Joan Ford said...

I'm so glad to see this in an opposing color-way. Love it. Thanks for all your nice comments about the book!

marcia e said...

Love the colorway you chose-so beachy and fresh! Thanks for sharing :)

Lynda said...

It is beautiful! Love the grays and blues and greens together.

Talin's Corner said...

Very pretty. I love the colors in this quilt.

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