Tuesday, June 28, 2011

New Wave Finished

One of my summer goals is to finish up on some of my quilt projects that got set aside for various reasons.
New Wave just needed a binding.
I really enjoy the hand work of sewing bindings down.

This was a fun and easy pattern designed by Elizabeth Hartman of Oh Fransson.
I made the lap size (51" X 55)
At first Elizabeth offered this as a free pdf download. Now the expanded version is available on her web site.

I was so happy to use some of my favorite Kaffe Fassett fabrics in my stash.

Machine quilted with an all over design by the nice ladies at Quilted Works in St. George, Utah.


Lynette said...

The Kaffe looks terrific in this pattern!

Needled Mom said...

That really looks fabulous. One of these days I want to make one.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

love the "wave" looks like a great piecing project.

Char said...

Great quilt. Thanks so much for sharing. I had seen this on Elizabeth's site awhile back. I have been stumped as to what to make from this Sugar Snap fabric I have and this will work nicely.And it's so easy. Thanks again.

Nanette Merrill said...

Elizabeth is pretty amazing isn't she. Love this. Tumblers are great.

Sara said...

Love the fabric voice! I have done 2 New Wave quilts now and just love the pattern. So fun and easy.

Cindy said...

Another beautiful quilt Nedra. You are truely an artist. I checked the link you sent me, she has some fun quilts. She had a fun hex quilt that I liked too. So many fun projects!

Caro said...

It's just crazy -- I just finished one of these for a baby quilt yesterday. Love your fabric choices.