Thursday, March 20, 2014

Soupçon Part 6

The FPP is finished, yippee! I have even removed all the papers and that means that Soupçon part 6 is finished. Now I just have to decide if this project is finished or if I want to continue adding borders to make it bigger. Karen of Faeries and Fibres did a great job with this Mystery QAL and I certainly learned a lot and am pleased with the results. Thanks Karen!

 

 

13 comments:

Rachaeldaisy said...

That us such a wonderful top!! The pattern is wonderful and your colours are beautiful! I'll be curious to see if you add more more borders.

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

beautiful

Every Stitch said...

Great variety of different techniques there Heather- you've done a beautiful job as ever!

Sheila said...

Looks fabulous Karen, so fresh and sharp. Did you decide yet whether to make it bigger with your large print?

Aunt 'Reen said...

Beautiful Heather!
Love your fabrics and colors too.

sunny said...

It's beautiful Heather. I love the colors you chose.

Michelle May-The Raspberry Rabbits said...

My gracious! It's gorgeous!!!

audrey said...

Great colors! LOVE your colors!

Karen said...

So beautiful!! I think it needs something lighter for the final border. The dark seems too heavy. Just my opinion, I haven't seen it in person and I'm not sure how big it is. But it's gorgeous :).

Cathy said...

Wow!! Such a beautiful quilt.Hugs

What Comes Next? said...

I think it looks beautiful just the way it is! But, more borders would make it more beautiful, if you choose to go that route!

A Nudge said...

Love it, Heather! I'm undecided about adding to it - gorgeous the way it is, but depends on how you are going to use it - wall hanging, bed--??

Karen H said...

Heather - you've done a great job of this quilt and I am so happy that you added your own personal touches. The quilt is gorgeous and I am so honoured that you decided to spend time sewing along with me. Thank YOU!

I am just about to post my first suggestion for making the quilt larger. There'll be more ideas to come!