TGIFF – Wee Wander

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It’s a Wee Wander finish for me today! Wee Wander is such a pretty line of fabric – I bought both colour ways but tackled the pink first. Scarlett of course helped out on whenever she could.
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I just love the panel…

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I went with some loop the loop quilting to kind of suggest the firefly flight paths (and the birds, and the falling blossoms) and did S’s in the darker blocks, as the recipient’s name starts with an S.
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I used O-Sew-Soft poly wadding and feathered the sides fairly heavily, to practice my feathers.

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And here is the finished quilt!
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20 Comments on “TGIFF – Wee Wander”

  1. I was happy to see this quilty finish today! It’s fun to see how you used the bottom panel — it’s just not something I’ve considered before. Your thick raspberry borders remind me of the quilt that’s on my sewing table now, which has thick red borders. I’ve been hesitant to start the quilting — I’m convinced I’m not going to like it! — but seeing how your quilted borders work compels me to dive in. Thanks!

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