Saturday, June 07, 2008

In The Pink

Natalie at Cinderberry Stitches is doing five days of color. Today's color is pink. I don't have a lot of pink in my house, unless you count corals and rose as pinks. Then a lot of my clothes are in the pink range. Here are some photos of pink quilts made by me or my DIL.

This is a close up of the quilting on my Pink Finity quilt. This quilt was made with Moda pink FQs in 2006.
Here's a photo of the completed quilt. This quilt lives on the loveseat in my living room.
My DIL made this quilt for the youngest niece when she was born. It also uses some of the Moda Pink fqs I used for Pink Finity.
And, just in case you were wondering how many quilts I can make with those Moda Pink FQs, here's another quick quilt I made this spring. I still have enough pinks leftover for another small quilt the next time I get in the pink mode.
And last, but not least, here's a photo of my in my jammies. This photo was taken in our old condo. I didn't have a pink coffee cup then, but I do now!

4 comments:

Candace said...

I like pink. The quilt on my sewing room bed is very pink, and even though I keep thinking that I will get away from the same old colors next time, pink seems to follow me around and sneak in when I'm not looking.

Sandra said...

OOOooooooooooooOOOOOOOOO lovely pink quilts - I love pink, and have been saving fabric for a pink string quilt - I probably have enough fabric already, but I need to find time to sit down and "sew pink"!

You look very comfy in your pink jammies - maybe you need to get a new photo with a NEW CUP! LOLOL!

Kim said...

That's alot of pink. Not one of the colors I have alot of anymore. Been making too many breast cancer quilts. The cancer that keeps rearing it's ugly head in my circle of friends. But your quilts are all lovely.

pincushionpoints said...

I'm loving the pink! I was planning to mix some pink scraps with some blue and purple for a baby quilt, but I think I might hold onto them a little longer until I have enough for an all pink lap quilt after your pictures. Thanks for sharing.