Finish #10

All it required to get it finished was binding but it’s done.

If anyone notices — I see that my stamp still says 2009.  I didn’t realize I hadn’t made one for 2010 on this computer yet.  I’ll do it later . .

Anyway, this quilt is Blueberries & Cream with no borders at all.  It’s about 60″ x 84″ and will go to the Houma, Louisiana guild for donation to a local orphanage.

Comments

  1. 1

    says

    I love that Blueberries and Cream quilt. That’s it. It’s going on my to do list. Many thanks for the pattern.

  2. 2

    says

    Yep, this one is on my list too, I’ve loved it since you posted the peach one. I need another boy baby quilt, an adaption of this would be perfect!

  3. 7

    Ruth Landon says

    Another lovely quilt Judy. You are very generous with your quilt donations.
    Ruth

  4. 9

    says

    Love it!! What a great quilt for a boy. Great for a girl too, but it seems harder to come up with boy quilts.

  5. 10

    says

    Love the quilt, love the name of it. Being from the Pacific Northwest on the eastern side of Oregon, I would call it Huckleberries and Cream. Did you know that there are blue huckleberries (mountain) and red huckleberries (lower elevations, coastal). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huckleberry and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaccinium_parvifolium Interesting… to me anyway. 🙂 The “family” home (my sister owns it now) has the red huckleberries growing on it. Mom always made huckleberry pie. UMMMM!