Wee Wanders finish

This week I managed to get a proper finish on one of my old wip quilt tops…finally.

wee wanders quiltThis darling quilt has been made for a friend’s daughter who lives on a horse ranch.  When I saw the fabulous fabric I knew I had to make her a quilt with these horses on it..

horse detailThe block I used is a modern interpretation of a classic block.  You can see my original post about starting this project from July last year, which includes a link to the block pattern HERE.

wee wanders detailMost of the fabric is from the Michael Miller Fabric’s Wee Wanders by designer Sarah Jane with a number of different blenders thrown in.  I love the warm colour palette floating on the crisp white background.

wee wanders detail 2I must admit it was pouring rain this morning when I photographed this quilt, which means I did not get as many shots as I wanted.  The quilt and the photographer were getting way to wet!

wee wanders backI did manage to get a quick shot of the quilt back which uses some of the left over pieces of Wee Wanders and Kona Snow.   To finish up I used Kona Flame, a wonderful tomato red, for the binding.

quilt bindingQuilt Details:

Pattern:  Rolling Stone – traditional and paper piecing
Fabric:  Wee Wanders by Michael Miller
Size:  55 inch x 55 inches

18 thoughts on “Wee Wanders finish

      • Oooh! So exciting! I just went to Spotlight and spent my birthday gift card on some gorgeous solid jewel colour fat quarters for my niece’s wedding quilt, and I thought of you as I picked up the violet, pink and burnt orange!

  1. Gorgeous! I love having actual full-sized quilt finishes! 🙂 This is a gorgeous one. I am on the hunt for a pink baby quilt pattern to make for my sister-in-law who is pink-obsessed AND expecting a baby girl in early summer. I may have to borrow this idea 😉

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